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October 24, 1986 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-24

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Arab-Jewish
Violence Rises

Jerusalem (JTA) — Arab
terrorist attacks and appar-
ent reprisals by Jewish milit-
ants raised tension in Israel
and the administered ter-
ritories during the Succot fes-
tival.
Three Jews were accused
Monday of assaulting two
Arab sanitation workers in
Bat Yam, south of Tel Aviv.
One was released after ques-
tioning. Another Arab street
cleaner was slightly wounded
by a knife attack in Ashdod
Sunday and police are inves-
tigating to determine if Jews
were involved. They a -e also
investigating suspected arson
at an Arab school in Acre
last Thursday.
The Arab victims of attack
are all residents of the Gaza
Strip where two Jews from
Ashkelon were fatally stab-
bed in recent weeks. Anti-
Arab sentiments flared anew
after the grenade attack on
Israeli soldiers and their
families in the Old City Oc-
tober 15 which killed one
man and wounded 69 soldiers
and civilians.
Leaflets hailing the gre-
nade attack and the downing
of an Israel air force Phan-
tom jet over south Lebanon
were distributed in several
towns in the West Bank over
the weekend. Border police
dispersed rock-throwing stu-
dents in Rafah in the south-
ern Gaza Strip Sunday. On
Mondays, school children
burned tires and blocked
roads near Rafah. Palestinian
youths stoned Israeli vehicles
near Nablus.

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Demjanjuk
Appeals Ruling
On Custody

Jerusalem (JTA) — Nazi
War Crime suspect John
Demjanjuk appealed to the
High Court of Justice last
week the decision by a lower
court to hold him in custody
until the end of legal pro-
ceedings against him.
The Jerusalem District
Court ruled that Damjanjuk
would remain in detention,
after the state charged him
last month with mudering
thousands of Jews at the
Treblinka death camp in
Poland during World War
Two.
66, was ex-
tradited from the U.S. last
February. He has continuous-
ly argued that he was not the
Nazi criminal known as "Ivan
the Thrrible," and that he had
never been to 1Yeblinka. In
the petition filed at the High
Court, his lawyer, Mark
O'Connor, said he could not
present the full arguments
against his client's continued
detention, because he was not
presented with all the evi-
dence against Demjanjuk.

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