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January 10, 1986 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Maintain Your Dignity
and Independence
in your own Home.

THANK f YOU

TO ALL MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOR
THEIR WONDERFUL. SUPPORT DURING
RECENT ILLNESS. I KNOW I COULD
OT HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOU.

That sentiment prevailed
among doves as well as hawks.
The only differences 'were over
when and holk reprisals should
be carried out by Israel.
Labor MK Micha Harish
cautioned that reprisals must be
carefully timed and, ideally,
should be coordinated with other
international action against ter-
rorism. He said the events in
Rome and Vienna gave Israel an
opportunity to mobilize an in-
ternational crackdown on ter-
rorists.
Rabbi Haim Druckman, a
hardliner of the religious party,
Morasha, proposed assassina-
tion. "We have to try to kill Abu
Nidal since we know he was re-
sponsible for what happened,"
Druckman said, adding "he is
just an animal and deserves to
be killed." The rabbi was less
certain whether Israel should
also "punish" Libya for harbor-
ing Abu Nidal.
Matityahu Peled, a leading
dove of the Progressive List for
Peace party, agreed that Abu
Nidal personally should be
punished. He rejected assasina-
tion but suggested the terrorist
leader could be appprehended by
Israel.
Meanwhile, Austrian radio
and television reported last
week that the three terrorists
who attacked the EL AL termi-
nal at Vienna airport were
planning to comandeer an Is-
raeli plane, take the Israeli pas-
sengers hostage and fly to Israel
to carry out a terrorist attack.
The Austrian television said
that the two surviving terrorists
the third was killed in the
shootout with the Austrian
police while trying to escape
told investigators that this was
their plan. They said that this is
why they had not made any
•- preparations for their escape.
They comandeered a car after
the attack and were captured by
the Austrian police.
Elsewhere in western Europe, •
condemnations of the terrorists
and of "all those who back
them" continued to pour in last
week. In Strasbourg, tlie 21,-
nation Council of Europe con=\
demned the attacks and reaf-
firmed its determination to fight
international terrorism.
In other news, the presence of
a notorious Arab terrorist leader
at a breakfast in December with
President Alan Garcia of ?ern
and other top officials in Litha's -
presidential palace has been-
vigorously protested by rep-
resentatives of the American
Jewish community.
In a special meeting with
Ambassador. Alberto Montana,
Peru's Consul General in New
York, Rabbi Morton Rosenthal,
director of the. Latin American
Affairs Department of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, and. Yehuda
Hellman, executive vice chair-
man of the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jewish
Organizations, expressed "shock
and disappointment" at:the invi-
tation extended to Farouk Kad-
doumi, head of the political de-
partment of the'Palestine Liber-
ation Organization.

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Friday, January 10, 1986 21

ELDER
HOME
CARE

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LOVE, ARLENE






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