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August 19, 1988 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-19

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Peru To Try
Abu Nidal
Members

New York (JTA) — Peruvian
authorities will try three
members of the Abu Nidal
organization allegedly in-
volved in a plot to to attack
Israeli and Jewish interests
there. The men, who were ar-
rested in Lima, had compiled
extensive information on
Israeli and Jewish offices and
synagogues, as well as de-
tailed reports on the
schedules of American and
British embassy personnel.
They also reportedly had
followed employees of the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization office there and had
maps of its offices.
The group's leader, Hocine
Bouzidi, 36, who was carrying
Algerian papers, is the sub-
ject of an Interpol report. He
is believed to have planned
the 1985 hijacking of an
Egyptair jetliner to Malta
and the simultaneous ter-
rorist attacks on El Al Israeli
Airlines counters at the Rome
and Vienna airports in De-
cember of that year.
However, Peruvian officials
said last week that they will
not try Bouzidi for these
crimes, but for conspiring to
attack the targets in Peru.
The other two men were
identified as Mohamed Abed
Abdelrahman Ibrahim, 19, of
Egypt and Ahmad Assaad
Mohamad, also 19, of
Lebanon.

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Jewish state.
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