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May 26, 1989 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-26

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NEWS I

Settlers Riot
In Hebron,

Jerusalem (JTA) — Several
hundred Jewish settlers from
Kiryat Arba rampaged
through Hebron last week,
firing weapons in an admit-
ted pursuit of revenge for _a
spate of rock-throwing at-
tacks on Jewish vehicles.
The 300 to 500 settlers
smashed windows, burned
cars and tried to set fire to
Arab houses in the largely
Arab city of 70,000.
A large contingent of the
Israel Defense Force rushed
to Hebron and • gradually
restored order. The troops pro-
mptly closed the road to
Kiryat Arba,. the Jewish
township that overlooks
Hebron.
Soldiers opened fire on
Arab youths after being
struck by stones. A 17-year-
old Arab struck in the head
by a bullet was taken to
Mokassed Hospital in East
Jerusalem, where he was
reported in serious condition.
Relations have long been
tense between the Arabs of
Hebron and the Jews of
Kiryat Arba, a stronghold of
the militant Gush Emunim
settlers movement. This is
partly because Jews from
Kiryat Arba have established
their own heavily protected
enclave in the heart of
Hebron.
The Jewish settlers have
also made retaliatory forays
against Hebron Arabs many
times in the past.
People "who feel their lives
are in danger shoot," one set-
tler said. "We have no other
choice than to take the mat-
ter into our own hands."

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