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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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Palestinians Fighting
Deportation In Court

Jerusalem (JTA) — Specu-
lation that the Palestine
Liberation Organization may
declare an independent state
and establish a government
in exile has moved Palesti-
nian lawyers to pursue all
legal means to prevent the
deportation of 25 Palestinian
activists.
Israeli leaders have
reiterated their conviction
that the planned deportations
are justified and in
accordance with all national
and international laws. If
allowed, this would be the
largest deportation of Palesti-
nians since 1967.
But Palestinian lawyers
have vowed oppose the depor-
tation in court. Whereas
potential deportees refrained
in the past from appeals, or
withdrew them in the middle
of the process, now all 25 have
decided to exhaust all legal
means to prevent deportation.

Palestinians say the new
legal approach indicates an
awareness that never before
has the Palestinian uprising
enjoyed such widespread in-
ternational popularity.
For the moment, the ap-
peals process against the
deportations has been
delayed because Arab lawyers
refuse to travel to the central
prison in Nablus, where some
of the potential deportees are
being detained while the city
is under curfew.
But even if the military ad-

visory boards in Gaza and
Nablus reject the appeals of
the accused, as they have in
almost all previous deporta-
tion cases, the potential
deportees still have the option
of appealing to the High
Court of Justice, Israel's
supreme court.
Despite the threat of depor-
tations, the situation in the
territories has changed little.
A quarter of the residents of
the West Bank and Gaza
Strip 'spent the weekend
under curfew.
Security forces last week
closed the offices of the Union
of Welfare Societies, a jour-
nalists' club and trade union
offices in East Jerusalem.
These measures were taken
in line with a general offen-
sive by the authorities aimed
at the organizers of the
uprising.
Last Sunday, the Cabinet
approved the importation of
thousands of foreign workers
to replace Palestinians in the
work force. Defense Minister
Yitzhak Rabin supported the
decision to import some 3,000
foreign workers to replace the
Palestinian work force.
Labor and Social Affairs
Minister Moshe Katsav sug-
gested that importing 500
workers would be sufficient.
He warned against flooding
the economy with foreign
workers, particularly at a
time when unemployment
among Jewish laborers is on
the rise.

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Police
are saying last week's
firebombing of a building in
Or Yehuda was an act of pro-
vocation by Jews and not a
reprisal by Arabs for the
death of three Arab workers
in that town.
One of the suspects is a
member of the family whose
house was attacked Sunday.
The seven Arab laborers who
were arrested shortly after
the attack were released last
Wednesday.
The attack took place early
Sunday, as three firebombs
and a smoke grenade were
thrown into the yard of Julia
Maslawi in Or Yehuda. Only
one bottle ignited, causing
slight damage.
At first the local police
assumed that the attack was
an act of revenge by Arabs
following the arson of a hut,
in which three Arab laborers
were burned to death in their

sleep earlier this month.
Three Jewish suspects were
brought last Thursday to the
Tel Aviv magistrates court:
Baruch Maslawi, a member of
the family whose yard was at-
tacked; Binyamin Saade; and
Yaacov Batash. All are
residents of Or Yehuda.
The judge, who ordered
their remand be extended for
five days, noted that beyond
the severity with which one
should deal with the case,
"there was special public sen-
sitivity about harassment of
Arabs working in Israel?'
According to the police,
Maslawi himself threw the
bottles and the smoke
grenade, after he was con-
vinced by the two others to
commit the crime. The other
two supplied Maslawi with
the firebombs and the
grenade.
The three could be charged
with conspiracy to commit

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