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February 17, 1989 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-17

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I NEWS 1

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1989

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
Foreign Ministry has called
on the United Nations
peacekeeping authorities in
southern Lebanon to dismiss
a Norwegian officer it accuses
of making slurs against
Israel.
According to Ministry of-
ficials, Col. Jan Erik
Carlsson, commander of the
Norwegian battalion of the
United Nations Interim Force
in Lebanon, has, despite pro-
tests, continued to liken the
behavior of the Israel Defense
Force in Lebanon to the Nazi
occupiers of Norway in World
War II.
After the initial furor when
his remarks came to light last
weekend, the IDF acted on
the advice of the Foreign
Ministry and played down the
incident.
A spokesman, Alon Liel,
noted that the Norwegian
government has expressed
reservations over Carlsson's
remarks and Marrack
Goulding, the U.N. under-
secretary general, has
apologized to Israel's
representative at the United
Nations in New York,
Yohanan Bein.
Carlsson told a group of
Israelis and other officers last
weekend that they were in-
humane and reminiscent of
what the Nazis did to Jews in
his country during the war.
In a later interview with an
Oslo newspaper, the colonel
said he had "helped turn the
spotlight on the expulsion of
innocent inhabitants of south
Lebanese villages."
He also said he was "over-
joyed" by the support he has
had from public opinion in
Norway.
The Israelis have lodged
another protest with UNIFIL
concerning Carlsson.

Halt Vigilantism
Is IDF's Aim

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Israel Defense Force moved to
head off vigilantism and
reprisals by Jewish settlers in
the West Bank, furious over
the deteriorating security
situation.
Maj. Gen. Amram Mitzna,
commander of the central sec-
tor, held meetings for most of
the day with settler represen-
tatives, who vented their
anger and frustration over
the IDF's failure to heed their
demands for "improved
security measures."
In the meantime, a group of
settlers, together with two
Knesset supporters, Geula
Cohen of Tehiya and Michael

Eitan of Likud, cornered the
Arab mayor of Kalkilya, Ab-
dul Rahman Abu- Sneineh, in
his office Sunday.
They demanded that he and
other local Arab leaders take
measures to end attacks on
Jewish vehicles. If not, they
hinted, they could expect the
settlers to react in their own
way.
But Abu-Sneineh was the
wrong party to approach. Ap-
pointed to office by the Israeli
military government, he is
seen by the townspeople as
Israel's "puppet" and his in-
fluence with local trouble-
makers, is nil.
Meanwhile, two Knesset
members have charged that
paramilitary organizations of
Jewish settlers are carrying
out systematic reprigals
against Palestinians in the
West Bank, and are prepared
if necessary to confront the
Israel Defense Force.
Settler leaders promptly
branded the charges
"nonsense."
The allegations were made
by Yossi Sarid and Dedi
Zucker, Knesset members of
the dovish Citizens Rights
Movement, in a memoran-
dum to Attorney General
Yosef Harish that became
public Monday.
They urged Harish to take
measures to dissolve the
militias before "the situation
in the territories deteriorates
into an all-out war."
The militias share missions,
coordinate their activities
and possess "a versatile
arsenal of weapons."

I SINGLE LIFE I

Singles
Service

The Jewish Community
Center and Temple Kol Ami
will host a singles service and
oneg Shabbat on March 3, at
8 p.m. at Temple Kol Ami.
Services will begin at 8 p.m.
followed by a seminar on
"Developing Healthy Rela-
tionships in the 90's." Rabbi
Norman T. Roman and social
worker Jill Davis will discuss
how to utilize your potential
and acquire meaningful
relationships.
The service and oneg Shab-
bat is open to singles of all
ages. For further information,
call 661-1000, Ext. 343.

Singles
Sabbath

A singles Sabbath will be
held at the Birmingham Ibm-
ple, on Feb. 24, 8:30 p.m. on
"Being Single and Being
Happy."

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