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November 21, 1986 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-21

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1986 Israeli Chassidic Festival

Monday, December /1, 1986

He quickly discovered that
while some of this informa-
tion directly involved very
serious threats to Israel, it
was not being passed along to
Israel through official chan-
nels. Pollard, on his own, de-
cided to give it to Israel.
Through a friend in New
York, he was introduced to
Sella later in 1984. Sella was
then on leave from the Air
Force studying at New York
University. It was Sella who
subsequently introduced Pol-
lard to Yagur and Eitan.
Eitan, who until the mid-
1970s was a high-ranking
Mossad operative and who
had been personally involved
in the capture of Adolph
Eichmann, later became the
head of LEKEM, the Defense
Ministry's scientific
intelligence-gathering unit
which has since been dis-
banded.
Eitan, forced out of his in-
telligence job after Pollard's
arrest, is today head of Israel
Chemicals, the largest
government-owned firm in
the country. Yagur, also
forced out, works for Eitan
there.
Pollard, arrested by the
FBI outside the Israeli Em-
bassy in Washington on Nov.
21, 1985, after he and his
wife had sought political
asylum but were turned away
by Embassy officials, pleaded
guilty last June 4 to the U.S.
government's espionage
charges. He is currently in
jail, awaiting formal sentenc-
ing.
His wife, who pleaded
guilty to a lesser charge of
unauthorized possession of
classified documents, is also
awaiting sentencing. She,
however, has been released
on bail. Formal sentencing
for both has been repeatedly
postponed. There is no indica-
tion when the judge will
reach his final decision on
the matter.

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Israel Hits
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ml Aviv (JTA) — Israeli
helicopter gunships protected
by jet fighters attacked ter-
rorist targets near Sidon in
south Lebanon last Monday
and returned safely to their
bases, a military spokesman
said.
The attack was a follow-up
of the previous day's air raid
on the same area. The target
was reportedly a -naval base
where terrorists trained.
Reports from Sidon said
two aircraft and an unspeci-
fied number of helicopter at-
tacked a stone two-story
building in the Ein Hilwe
refugee camp on the outskirts
of Sidon. Other reports said
. helicopters attacked Palestine
Liberation Organization
bases in the Mir Mia and Ein
Hilwe camps.

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