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August 07, 1987 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-07

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Think

NEWS

Back-to-School

diane hubert

Greg

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38

FRIDAY, AUG. 7, 1987

Organization claimed respon-
sibility for the attack.
Army sources said they did
not think Tal had been a
planned target for the attack,
but rather a "random" vic-
tim. Israeli troops are fre-
quently the targets of stones
or gas bombs thrown by West
Bank and Gaza Strip
residents, but the shooting of
soldiers is rare. The last fatal
attacks in the Gaza Strip
were in May when terrorists
killed an Israeli taxi driver
and an Arab policeman.
The entire Gaza Strip was
sealed off immediately after
the attack and no entry or
exit was allowed either by
land or sea. Gaza fishermen
were not allowed to put out to
sea and scores of thousands of
Gaza Strip Arabs who nor-
mally go to work in Israel
were forced to stay home until
further notice. An estimated
60,000 people travel from
Gaza daily to work in Israel
and some 50,000 Palestinians
in the area depend on the
local fishing industry for a
living.

Inventors of the famous RIPPLES Sole

Cover-Up

— CUSTOM ORDER

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin and
senior army officers warned
last Monday that there will
be a security crackdown on
Gaza Strip after an Israel
Defense Force officer was
killed in the city of Gaza by
a Palestinian terrorist.
The officer was identified as
Captain Ron Tal, 22, of
Zahala near Tel Aviv. He was
laid to rest in the military
section of the Kiryat Shaul
cemetery on the outskirts of
Tel Aviv. He had served for
the past four months as head
of the military police unit in
Gaza.
Tal had been driving his car
through the town and slowed
down at an intersection to
make a sharp left turn. A
man who had apparently
been standing unobtrusively
near the intersection ap-
proached the slow-moving
vehicle and fired several shots
point blank through the win-
dow and fled. Troops search-
ed the area and arrested
dozens of Palestinians. Hours
later, the Palestine Liberation

971-5244

The Great

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PLO Claims Credit For
Killing Officer in Gaza

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(South of 14 Mile Road)

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U.S. Judge Reduces Iran
Arms Deal Charges

New York (JTA) — Four
Israeli arms merchants
charged with conspiracy to
sell U.S. weapons in Israeli
stockpiles to Iran without
U.S. government approval
face substantially reduced
penalties after a U.S. District
judge here ordered the
dismissal of 46 of the 50
counts of the indictment last
week.
The Israeli defendants,
Guri and Israel Eisenberg,
Gen. Avraham Bar-Am and
William Northrop who is a
temporary resident of Israel,
are all in Israel awaiting
their trial, scheduled to begin
here in October. Thirteen
other people or companies are
named in the indictment in-
cluding alleged middleman,
Samuel Evans, the British
attorney for Adnan Khashog-
gi who the U.S. government
relied on in conducting its
own covert sales of arms to
Iran.
The decision by U.S. Dis-
trict Judge Leonard Sand
came only a day after At-
torney General Edwin Meese
testifying on Capitol Hill in
the Iran/Contra hearing was
specifically questioned by
Sen. Warren Rudman (R.,
N.H.) about his knowledge of

this case. But the reasons for
the dismissal given had no
connection to recent revela-
tions about the case by
investigators or the press.
Instead, a Supreme Court
decision on an insurance
scheme in Kentucky set a
new precedent which proved
decisive in this case. The 46
counts which Sand dismissed
charged the defendants with
using the United States
government or the U.S. mail
to defraud the U.S. govern-
ment. The 46 counts charged
specifically wire and mail
fraud in attempts to deceive
the United States Munitions
Department into approving
the resale of American
weapons which had been
transferred to Israel.

AZYF In Israel

New York — A record 6,500
Americans are in Israel this
summer under the auspices of
the American Zionist Youth
Foundation, exploring the
country, picking fruit in kib-
butzim, studying Hebrew and
working on archeological
digs.

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