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November 01, 1985 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pain Management & Rehabilitation Associates

NEWS

MARK F. ROTTENBERG, M.D.

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Over half of
an estimated 7,000 soldiers con-
sidered deserters — most of
whom had failed to report for
reserve duty when caller up —
voluntarily turned themselves
in at IDF depots during a just-
completed two-week space
period.
Of the 4,000 surrendering
deserters, 362 have already been
sent to prison following trials,
350 are now awaiting trial, and
others were fined. Some 250
were forgiven because of medi-
cal and other social reasons.
The deserters who gave them-
selves up had apparently be-
lieved, when the appeal for
them to surrender was first
made by the authorities, that
they would be pardoned if they
turned themselves in during the
two-week period. The IDF
Command, denying they had
promised the deserters amnesty,
said they had merely indicated
that soldiers found to be des-
erters after the two-week space
period ended would be subject to
severe disciplinary measures.

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security forces detained for
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found in the vicinity. Police said
the bomb appeared to have been
planted by terrorists.

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files containing evidence the
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
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