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April 17, 1987 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-17

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Tension Rises
Over Bombing
In West Bank

Jerusalem (JTA) — A ter-
rorist fire bomb which killed
a woman and severely burned
her husband, three children
and a family friend in their
car on a road in the West
Bank last Saturday, raised
tensions to a fever pitch be-
tween Jewish settlers and the
local Arab population. It trig-
gered a new confrontation
between settlers and security
forces, with possible political
repercussions for the shaky
Labor-Likud unity coalition
The victims were Ofra
Moses, 35, who was trapped
in the car and burned to
death; her husband, Avra-
. ham, 37; their children, Mil, 5,
Adi, 8, and Nir, 14; and their
friend, Yosef Lallo, 14, all of
whom were hospitalized with
first degree burns.
The bomb struck the car on
the way from the Moses'
home settlement of Alphe-
Menashe to Petach Tikva.
Shortly afterwards, furious
Jewish settlers descended on
the largest nearby Arab town,
Kalkilya, smashing windows
and vehicles, stoning the
mayor's home and setting fire
to fields and orchards. The
settlers justified their attack
on grounds that the security
forces failed to protect Jews.
A curfew was imposed on
Kalkilya, Hable and another
small village in the area.
Israeli troops shot dead a
Palestinian and wounded four
others Monday during pro-
tests at Bir Zeit University.
The Defense Ministry subse-
quently ordered the universi-
ty closed for four months.

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Rabbi Proposes
Civil Marriage

Tel Aviv (JTA) -- Religious
circles expressed astonish-
ment at a proposal by. Tel
Aviv Chief Rabbi Chaim
David Halevy to institute
civil marriage in Israel and,
as a logical consequence, civil
Halevy made the sugges-
tion during a conference on
oral law April 8. He said civil
marriage might solve the
problems of what he called
"permissiveness" in Israeli
society, where an increasing
number of Jewish 'couples
live together out of wedlock
or simply cohabit.
He stressed that non-
religious weddings would_still
have to conform to halachic
standards. The couple would
have to prove they were not
previously married and if
they were, that their divorces
were religiously acceptable.

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