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December 27, 1985 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-27

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Friday, December 27, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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DEC. 2
Gordon (Susan Blase) of South-
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DEC. 10
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DEC. 5
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the birth of a son, Shlomo Lipman,
brother to Nachum Aryeh.
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U.S. To Press Iraq
For Abbas' Extradition

Washington (JTA) — The State
Department said last week that it
will ask Iraq to extradite
Mohammed Abbas if the high-
ranking Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization official, believed to
have masterminded the hijacking
of the Italian liner Achile Lauro,
is in the Arab country.
But State Department deputy
spokesman Charles Redman said
the United States has no "confir-
mation" that Abbas was in Iraq
after the hijacking, except for
press reports, and doesn't know
where he is now.
In addition, Redman said that
the Iraqis "have indicated pub-
licly that they don't believe Abbas
is subject to extradition under the
U.S.-Iraq extradition treaty."
Secretary of State George
Shultz, on his way to Yugoslavia
last Tuesday, reportedly accused
Iraq of appearing to give safe
haven to Abbas, but rejected a
suggestion that Iraq would be
again listed by the U.S. as a coun-
try that supports terrorism.
"People like Abbas move from
one country to another," Redman
quoted Shultz as saying. "We're
not going to put every country he
goes to on the terrorist list."
Redman said that "we have put
the Iraqis formally on notice that
we will formally request Abbas'
extradition if we obtain confirma-
tion that Abbas is in Iraq."
Redman referred to Shultz'
statement at a press conference in
Belgrade last week in which the
Secretary pounded a table in
anger after Yugoslav Foreign
Minister Raif Dizdarevic said that
in speaking of terrorism "one
must also view the causes that
lead to it." Shultz had earlier ex-
pressed "disappointment" that
Abbas had been allowed to go
through Yugoslavia.
"I'd like to add a point, if I may,
on the question of causes," Shultz
said interrupting the Foreign
Minister. "Hijacking the Italian

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ship, murdering an American,
torturing and holding a whole
bunch of other Americans, is not
justified by any cause that I know
of. There is no connection with
any cause. It's wrong."
Shultz then pounded on the
table twice and added, "And the
international community must
step up to this problem and deal
with it unequivocally, firmly, de-
finitely. There must be no place to
hide for people who do that kind of
thing."
Meanwhile, Redman said that
both the State Department and
Justice Department still had "un-
der review" demands by private
groups for the Justice Depart-
ment to indict PLO leader Yasir
Arafat for the murder in 1973 of
Cleo Noel, U.S. Ambassador to
the Sudan and his charge d'af-
faires, George Moore. There are
reports that the U.S. has tapes
and other information that the
terrorists did not murder the two
diplomats in Khatroum until they
received a coded message from the
PLO headquarters in Beirut
where Arafat was at the time.
The effort was begun by
Charles Lichenstein, a former de-
puty U.S. Ambassador to the Un-
ited Nations, who is now a senior
fellow at the Washington-based
conservative think tank, the
Heritage Foundation. He raised
the issue with Attorney General
Edwin Meese.

New Struggle

Tel Aviv (ZINS) — Israeli jour-
nalist Danny Rubinstein recently
wrote in Davar that Israeli Arabs
are now fighting for equal rights
and cultural independence in Is-
rael. "Their public struggle," he
wrote, "has long since lost its par-
ticular character as a struggle on
a nationalist background."

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