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May 06, 1988 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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down the Hebrew periodical
Derekh Hamitzoz, which is
known for its extreme left-
wing views. Its editors were
arrested on suspicion of
security offenses.

NBC Defends
Incursion Report

New York (JTA) — An NBC
news executive Tuesday
defended his network's deci-
sion to interrupt Monday
afternoon programming with
a special bulletin on Israeli
troop movements into
Lebanon.
The urgency of NBC's treat-
ment of the story, in which an
estimated 500 to 2,000 troops
crossed into Lebanon in
search of terrorist
strongholds, seemed at odds
with the way the story was
handled in subsequent
reports by other networks and
newspapers.
Unlike NBC, neither ABC
nor CBS broke into regularly
scheduled programming or
ran the Israeli incursion as
the top story on their nightly
newscasts.

Vanunu Penalty
Harsh: Lawyer

New York (JTA) — The at-
torney for Mordechai
Vanunu, who was sentenced
last week to 18 years in
prison for leaking informa-
tion about Israel's alleged
nuclear capabilities, says that
the sentence imposed is too
harsh and without proportion
to the magnitude of the
offense.
Avigdor Feldman, a lawyer
specializing in civil rights
who took over Vanunu's case
after the first lawyer, Amnon
Zichroni, resigned, said in an
interview here that in his
view, the reaction of the
Israeli government to the
whole case was overblown.

'Underground
Is Desperate'

Jerusalem (JTA) — A new
series of instruction leaflets
circulated in the West Bank
and Gaza Strip April 29 by
the clandestine Palestinian
underground were seen by
Israeli observers as a
desperate effort to retain the
momentum of the uprising.
According to the Israelis,
the Arab population in the
territories is weary and in
financial distress, Increasing
numbers of Arab day laborers
are reporting for work in
Israel proper each day despite
threats and exhortations by
the underground leadership.

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9 to 11, 1 to 3
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May 13 Erev Shabbat, both locations
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Call 357-5544 for more information.

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