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May 08, 1987 - Image 121

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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could participate only if it
renounces terrorism and ac-
cepts United Nations Securi-
ty Council Resolutions 242
and 338 which imply recogni-
tion of Israel's right to exist
within secure borders.


Israel Bombs
Terrorist Base
In Lebanon

Aviv (JTA) — Israel Air
Force planes bombed a ter-
rorist base near the Mia Mia
refugee camp south of Sidon
in Lebanon last week. A
military spokesman said the
targets were headquarters
buildings where raids on
Israel were planned and
Meanwhile, in a develop-
ment at the United Nations,
Lebanon claimed that the
situation in south Lebanon is
"explosive" and charged that
Israel "is likely, at any time,
to launch a major military at-
tack" north of the security
zone it maintains inside
Lebanese territory. The war-
ning was issued in a letter
from Lebanese Ambassador
to the UN Rachid Fakhoury
to Secretary General Javier
Perez de Cuellar.
The Lebanese Ambassador
did not request the convening
of the Security Council to
discuss the situation. Tbnsion
on the Israeli-Lebanese
border, observers here noted,
has increased recently follow-
ing violent confrontations
between terrorists trying to
infiltrate Israel and Israel
Defense Forces in the region.

Israel Child
Doing Well
After Transplant

London (JTA) — Moran
Kadosh, a four-year-old Israeli
girl, was in serious but stable
condition last week in a Cam-
bridge, England, hospital
after receiving a liver trans-
Kadash's case has attracted
nation-wide attention here
since passengers on her El Al
flight from 'Ibl Aviv to Lon-
don spontaneously collected
45,000 Pounds Sterling on
hearing that she and her
mother were among them.
The 450 tourists, who had
just celebrated Passover and
Easter in the Holy Land, in-
cluded leading members of
Britain's Jewish community
active in fund-raising.

Kadash's mother, lbva, 28,
had brought her hurriedly to
Ben Gurion Airport on hear-
ing that the British hospital
might be able to save her life
by giving her a new liver.

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