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August 19, 1988 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-19

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NEWS

STREET WISE

Israelis Injured
In Gaza Riots

Jerusalem (JTA) — The en-
tire Gaza Strip was under
curfew by order of Israeli
security forces after riots by
Arab residents injured six
Israelis, including four
children. The large-scale
riots, which were held to coin-
cide with the Moslem New
Year, culminated Sunday
with a petrol bomb attack on
the Israelis as they drove in a
van on Gaza's main road.
At least 13 Arabs were
wounded by gunfire as the
Israel Defense Forces sought
to quell the rioting. Rioting
was not reported in the West
Bank and Jerusalem.
In other developments,
Salah Khalaf, known by his
nom de guerre, Abu Iyad, and
considered the number two
man in the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization, said in an
interview with a Paris news-
paper that he is ready to start
discussions with Israel.
Khalaf said he is ready to
recognize Israel on the basis
of United Nations Resolution
181, with mutual recognition
between Arab and Jewish
states called for by a new
Palestinian provisional
government that would be
"wholly different from the ac-
tual PLO's national coven-
ant."
Resolution 181, passed by
the General Assembly in
1947, partitioned Palestine
into two states, Jewish and
Arab.

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