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December 02, 1988 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-02

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I NEWS I

The Sounds of WINDHAM HILL Records

William Ackerman

Conferring with the Moon

A WINTER'S SOLSTICE II

WINDHAM HILL ARTISTS

IDF 'Dies
To End Intifada

Jerusalem (JTA) — An
Israel Defense Force effort is
underway to end the Palesti-
nian uprising in the West
Bank and Gaza Strip, known
as the intifada, before its one-
year anniversary on Decemn-
ber 9. According to reports
last week, the intention ap-
parently is to convince the
Palestinians they are paying
too high a price in blood, with
nothing to show for it.
Arab
13-year-old
A
youngster, Ammar Khalail,
died of wounds sustained in a
violent clash with IDF
soldiers in Beita village, near
Nablus.
Although an escalation of
disturbances connected with
Yasir Arafat's proclamation of
an independent Palestinian
state seems increasingly
unlikely, the IDF is continu-
ing to impose selective
curfews. They are aimed at
"forestalling disturbances,"
the military says.
The IDF also has been con-
ducting almost daily pre-
emptive raids on Arab
villages, such as the one on
Beita.
Security sources said the
large show of force by the IDF
during the first half of the
month, prompted the Arabs
to reevaluate the situation in
view of their collective ,
suffering.
Gen. Amram Mitzna, com-
mander of the central sector,
which includes the West
Bank, said that the IDF in-
tends to take advantage of its
successes of the past 10 days
to keep the territories quiet
and further reduce violence.
This probably means that
mass arrests of activists,
curfews and pre-emptive raids
will continue.
Apparently, there have
been excesses by IDF troops.
A paratroop company com-
mander was sentenced to two
weeks in jail after he was
found responsible for
reprisals by several soldiers
against Arabs in the Kalan-
diya refugee camp.

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J10 © Copyright 1988 Charles E.S. Goldstein

Out Of The Frame Philip Aaberg

Past Light
Conferring With The Moon William Ackerman

She Describes Infinity Scott Cossu

Tibetan Tantric Choir Gyuto Monks

Breakfast In The Field
Aerial Boundaries
Live On The Double Planet Michael Hedges

Film Music Mark (sham

Available Light W. A. Mathieu

Walking A Changing Line Ian Matthews

Heresay Paul McCandless

Tears Of Joy Tuck & Patti

Close Cover
Whisper Me Wim Mertens

Valerian Philippe Saisse

One Night in Vienna Schonherz & Scott

The Queen's Minstrel Therese Schroeder-Sheker

Windham Hill Sampler '81
Windham Hill Sampler '82
An Evening With Windham Hill Live
Windham Hill Sampler '84
Piano Sampler
A Winter's Solstice
Windham Hill Sampler '86
Guitar Sampler
Soul Of The Machine — Electronic Sampler

Various Artists

Autumn
Winter Into Spring
December George Winston

Fair Play Puck Fair

Morning Walk Metamora

Modern Mandolin Quartet Modern Mandolin Quartet

Sign Language Montreux

United Tim Story

Something Of Time Nightnoise

Ballads And Blues George Winston

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