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June 19, 1987 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-19

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CUSTOM
MIRRORS
BY

Israel Appeals
For News Of
POWs In Lebanon

ml Aviv (JTA) — Syria and
various terrorist organiza-
tions operating in Lebanon
have given no information on
the fate of three Israel
Defense Force soldiers miss-
ing for five years, and Israel
holds Damascus responsible
for their welfare, Maj. Gen
Natan Vilnay, head of the
IDF's manpower branch, said
last week.
Vilnay was seated with the
parents of two of the missing
soldiers, Zecharya Baumel
and Zvi Feldman. Both tank-
men, they were captured in
Lebanon in June 1982. They
were believed to have been
taken prisoner by Syrian
troops or Syrian-backed ter-
rorists.
Three other IDF soldiers
missing at the same time
have been accounted for.11;vo,
Arik Lieberman and Hezi
Shai, were taken prisoner and
returned to Israel in prisoner
exchanges. The third, Zohar
Lifschitz, was killed. His body
was subsequently recovered.
Yona Baumel, an immi-
grant from the US., and his
wife Miriam are residents of
Jerusalem. He said they have
"travelled close to 100,000
miles on four continents" in
their efforts to get informa-
tion on the fate of their son.
He said eyewitness reports
since Zecharya's capture in-
dicate that both soldiers are
alive and under Syrian control.

Police Question
Israelis Who Met
With PLO Group

Aviv (JTA) — Members
of a 15-person unofficial
Israeli delegation that met
with Palestine Liberation
Organization leaders in Bud-
apest were greeted last week
at the airport by Israeli
police.
The delegates were told to
report to police stations
within the next few days for
questioning about their
meetings. Under a recently
passed law, Israelis can be
sentenced to three years in
prison for meeting with PLO
personnel. But the head of the
leftwing delegation, MK
Charlie Biton (Communist), en-
joys parliamentary immunity.
The delegation met with
PLO Executive member Abu
Mazeb and seven other PLO
officials. A lawyer who ac-
companied the Israelis is ex-
pected to explain that the
open and announced meeting
was not subversive, and was
intended to establish contacts.

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