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July 29, 1988 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-29

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Preventive measures were
taken in both Jerusalem and
the administered territories
to restore order. About
100,000 Palestinians in
Nablus, the largest city in the
West Bank, found themselves
under curfew for the first
time in recent months.
Meanwhile, Israel's Su-
preme Court ruled Sunday to
uphold a lower court decision
allowing the Israeli Defense
Force (IDF) to confiscate a
private apartment in the
West Bank Arab village of
Halhoul to use as an observa-
tion post. It is the first time
the army has taken over an
Arab home for military pur-
poses.
In other developments, Gen.
Ehud Barak, IDF deputy
chief of staff, said that 211
Palestinians in territories
have been killed during the
seven months of the uprising.
Of that number, 170 were
shot by security forces. The
others were killed in various
"incidents, not all of them
clear," Barak told the Knesset
Foreign Affairs and Defense
Committee.

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'Ferry Victim
Of Hidden War'

Athens (JTA) — A Danish
newspaper report widely cir-
culated in Europe this week
maintains that passengers
killed and wounded July 11
aboard the Greek car ferry Ci-
ty of Poros were victims of the
hidden war between Palesti-
nian terrorists and Mossad,
Israel's secret service.
Nine people died and 88
were wounded when gunmen
opened fire with automatic
weapons and hand grenades
while the vessel was on a one-
day cruise in the Saronic
Gulf, with 471 passengers
aboard.
A car loaded with ex-
plosives blew up on a coastal
road near Athens at about the
same time.
According to the newspaper
BT, Massad agents in Greece
learned that terrorists of the
Abu Nidal group planned to '
drive an explosive-laden car
aboard the crowded ferry and
hold its passengers hostage
for the release of Palestinian
prisoners by Israel.
Mossad then blew up the
car, the paper said. When the
terrorists aboard the ferry
found out, they panicked and
opened fire indiscriminately,
setting the vessel ablaze.
Mossad agents aboard the
ferry killed the terrorists, div-
ed into the sea and were pick-
ed up by a speedboat that had
been following the ferry, the
newspaper account said.

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