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December 12, 1986 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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New York (JTA) — Three
Zionist organizations have
formed a coalition to provide
a voting bloc in the World
Zionist Congress scheduled to
be held in December 1987 in
Jerusalem.
The bloc, the United
Israel-Zionist Coalition, com-
prises Herut, Tehiya and
Tami, "three American
Zionist organizations that
share a desire for Israel's
peace and security, settle-
ment of Judaea and Samaria,
and a dynamic free enterprise
economy," according to a
statement issued by the
Herut Zionists of America
which also announced the
formation of the coalition.
The coalition also includes
the Betar and Tagar youth
movements.
Harry Taubenfeld, chair-
man of Herut's U.S. election
committee, said the coalition
"is a unique and historic
agreement — the first formal
alliance of American Zionist
organizations. Away from the
.pettiness of partisan Jewish
struggles, the coalition indi-
cates Herut's desire to unify
efforts to promote peace and
democracy for the State of Is-
rael, as well as the integrity
of Jews worldwide."
Election of delegates to the
Zionist Congress will take
place in May 1987. All
Zionist organizations in the
U.S. are now preparing for
those elections by placing ads
in the media, holding public
forums, and conducting direct
mailings and personal can-
vassing.

Computer
Fraud Fined

I 29°

P er

Zionist Groups
Form Bloc

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NEWS

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Friday, December 12, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jerusalem (JTA) — A 17
year old who used his exper-
tise with computers to plant
a false story in the mass cir-
culation daily Yediot Ac-
hronot, was given two years
probation by a Haifa youth
court Tuesday and ordered by
Judge Aharon Melamed to
donate his computer
hardware and software to the
National Center for the Deaf.
He was also ordered to
teach the deaf how to operate
computers in lieu of a prison
sentence.
The youth, who was not
identified because of his age,
managed last June to access
the computer line of Yediot
Achronot's New York corre-
spondent, Yaacov Eilon. He
planted a story, ostensibly
from Eilon, that a former
teacher of his and another
Haifa resident headed a large
drug smuggling network in
the U.S.
The story made the front
page of the newspaper. When
it was shown to be false, the
police were called in and
traced the young expert who
had also accessed the lines of
other computer users.

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