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December 16, 1988 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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Terrorist Cells
Are Exposed

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's in-
ternal security service, the
Shin Bet, has exposed 93
Palestinian terrorist cells
responsible for killing and
maiming civilians in Israel
and the administered ter-
ritories, as well as attacks on
military targets.
The top secret agency ac-
complished this in two
months — from Oct. 1 to Nov.
30 this year — according to a
letter of congratulations from
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin to the head of Shin Bet,
whose identity is classified.
The roundup resulted in the
arrests of 610 suspects, 17 of
them in Israel proper.
Half the gangs are believed
to have been local ad hoc
groups. The rest were evenly
divided between members of
El Fatah, the terrorist arm of
the mainstream Palestine
Liberation Organization con-
trolled by Yassir Arafat, and
members of other PLO
Two of the outrages at-
tributed to the gangs were
the firebombing of an Egged
bus near Jericho on Oct. 28,
in which an Israeli woman
and her three small children
were burned to death, and a
grenade attack on the Nordau
Street pedestrian mall in
Haifa last July. A 9-year-old
boy lost a foot and 24 people
were wounded.
The 13 suspects in that at-
tack were arrested only
recently. All are Israeli
Bedouins, including two who
served in the Israel Defense
Force and two women. The
suspects range in age from 18
to 27. rIbn lived in Ibtin
village east of Haifa, two in
the neighboring village of
Kabiya and one is from Umm
Haifa Police Chief Joseph
Levy said the suspects were
members of a PLO cell.
In addition to the Haifa
mall attack, they are charged
with eight attacks and
atempted attacks on soldiers
and civilians. The gang
leader visited Greece several
times to get instructions and
money from his PLO handler,
the official said.
Other crimes attributed to
the various cells include
grenade attacks on IDF
soldiers; planting an ex-
plosive charge near the apart-
ment owned by Minister of
Commerce and Industry Ariel
Sharon in the Moslem
quarter of Jerusalem's Old Ci-
ty; and the assassination of
Arabs suspected of col-
laborating with the Israel


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