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October 18, 1985 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

SLA Thwarts
Car Bomber

Tel Aviv (JTA)
A military
roadblock in south Lebanon
Sunday intercepted and deto-
nated a car bomb before it
reached a checkpost at the bor-
der of the zone.
The white Mercedes (a model
alniost invariably used by car
bombers) failed to halt when or-
dered to do so by South Lebanon
Army personnel as it ap-
proached the Beit Yahun
checkpoint. The - SLA soldiers
fired at the car and the vehicle
explosed, killing its driver.
SLA soldiers said the deep
crater left in the roadway indi-
cated that some 150 kilograms
of high explosives had been
packed inside the vehicle. It was
the 12th car bomb to have
exploded at the northern edge of
the security/ zone or at the
roadhlockileadinto the belt
t
Lebanon ear-
, —dince irDrIeft
lier th. year.
Me nwhile, at the same Beit
Yahun post, an SLA soldier was
killed and another wounded last
Thursday, when terrorists
opened grenade fire at the
checkpost.

Reps Criticize
Israeli Raid

Washington — A group of six
Congressmen, including Michi-
gan Reps. John Conyers (D-
Detroit) and George Crocket
(D-Detroit), has urged President
Reagan to investigate Israel's
use of American-made weapons
in its raid on a Tunisian PLO
base earlier this month.
In an Oct. 4' letter to the
President, the Congressmen
chastised the Administration for
calling the raid an act of "self
defense" and stated their belief
that Israel's use of U.S. weapons
during the operation was a vio-
lation of the Arms Export Con-
trol Act of 1961.
In addition to Reps. Conyers
and Crocket, the letter was
signed by Reps. Walter Faun-
troy (P-D.C.), Parren J. Mitchell
(D-Md.), Mervyn Dymally (D-
Calif.) and Ronald Dellums (D-
Calif.).

AJC Rep Hits
Reagan - Plan

Washington -- Hyman Book-
binder, Washington representa-
tive of the American. Jewish
Committee, urged rejaction of
the reported plan of the Reagan
Administration to seriously cur
tail the present affirmative ac-
tion regulations affecting gov-
ernment contractors, in a tes-
timony presented to the Con-
gress Sept. 19.
Bookbinder said that while
there has been significant pro-
gressin equal employment
nity, "it has not been
opportu
enough to permit a dismantling
of the tools we have developed
to achieve that progress."

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Sunday, October 20, 1985
2:30 p.m.

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Friday, October 18, 1985

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