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November 15, 1985 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-15

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Friday, November 15, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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West Bank Paper Closed,
Rabin Charges Incitement

Jerusalem (JTA) — Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin last
week ordered the closure of the
West Bank Jewish publication
Alef Yod after Attorney General
Yitzhak Zamir charged it with
incitement to revolt.
Rabin acted against the bi-
weekly only hours after Zamir
stated there were grounds to
suspect that an article entitled
"Judaea and Samaria Will Not
Fall Again," signed by M. Ben-
Yisrael and published Nov. 1,
constituted incitement to revolt,
a crime under the penal code.
Zamir added that Alef Yod,
based in the West Bank town of
Ariel, was published without a
license, in violation of Article
Six of Military Command order
101 which prohibits incitement
and hostile propaganda. The ar-
ticle urged Jewish settlers in
the West Bank to fight by any
and all means a purported plan
of the government to relinquish
parts of the West Bank and
Gaza Strip in exchange for a
peace settlement with King
Hussein of Jordan and the
Palestinians.
In other news, a Jewish set-
tler was slightly wounded when
his car was ambushed in the
Hebron area Saturday night.
Gabi Bartal, 30, a resident of

Beit Hagai, was treated at
Hadassah Hospital in Jerusaem
for bullet wounds in his hand
and leg.
According to police. Bartal left
his home at about 10:30 p.m. to
drive to Kiryat Arba and was
ambushed near the Hebron-
Beersheba road intersection. His
assailants opened fire with an
automatic rifle. Although
wounded, he drove for several
hundred yards and summoned'
help on his car radio. Security
forces searched the area for the
attackers.
An official delegation repre-
senting the Jordanian Ministry
of Agriculture visited Israel re-
cently and spent four days talk-
ing to Arab farmers in the West
Bank, Deputy Minister of Ag-
riculture Avraham Katz-Oz dis-
closed Friday. He said it was the
fourth such visit by an agricul-
tural working group from Jor-
dan.
He said the visitors crossed
the Jordan River bridge and re-
ported formally to the Israel
government and to the West
Bank Military Governor before
embarking on their tour of Arab
farms in the territory. Katz-Oz
met with them in his official
capacity.
Jordan still maintains nomi-

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