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Arab Injures 11
Jerusalem (JTA) — A Gaza
Arab who injured 11 people
when he rammed his Volks-
wagon into a crowded suburban
Jerusalem bus stop last week
managed to stab two police of-
ficers in an attempt to escape
from custody a short time later
and was himself shot and
wounded by a third policeman.
The bizarre incident capped
two days of bombings and knife
assaults in Jerusalem, the West
Bank and Afule, most if not all
of them terrorist-related, accord-
ing to the authorities. The up-
surge of violence was believed
triggered by the 19th anniver-
sary of the start of the Six Day
War on June 5 and the celebra-
tion of the reunification of
Ibrahim Jamil, 34, of Gaza,
deliberately veered his car into
the bus stop in Kiryat Yovel.
Seven of the 11 injured are
children and two of them were
reported in serious condition.
Police who arrived at the scene
found a knife in the car and took
Jamil to police headquarters in
the Russian Compound for ques-
tioning. His handcuffs removed,
the suspect grabbed his knife
and plunged it into the stomach
of his guard, police officer Yit-
He escaped from the building,
stabbing another officer, Moshe
Rababchi, who tried to stop him.
Officer Shlomo Cohen chased
him down the street, opened fire
and wounded Jamil in the shoul-
der. The police have opened an
investigation of the incident.
An Ethiopian immigrant from
Kiryat Arba was stabbed in the
back in the Hebron Arab
quarter while shopping.
Another Israeli was shot and
slightly wounded in a Nablus
shop. A curfew imposed there
remained in effect. Also, a bomb
exploded in a Jerusalem super-
market, slightly injuring two
women. Agence France Presse,
the French news agency, re-
ceived an anonymous telephone
call from a man who told them
in Arab-accented English that
the bombing was the work of
"Force 17," a terrorist gang af-
filiated with Al Fatah.
An explosive described of
medium size detonated in the
Jezreel Valley town of Afule,
causing neither casualties nor
damage. The explosive had been
placed near a gasoline station
adjoining the local police pre-
cinct house. It was the 10th
bombing in Afule in the past 12
New York — Leaders of the
Synagogue Council of America
and the Lutheran World Federa-
tion have agreed upon a number
of consultations to deal with such
current issues as terrorism, nu-
clear disarmament, the emerging
new anti-Semitism in Germany
and poverty and hunger.