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September 15, 1989 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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radical Palestinian elements
are the prime suspects in that
bombing, the researchers
noted, it was not claimed by
any Palestinian organization
and may well have been car-
ried out under contract to
Iran in retaliation for the
downing of the Iranian air
bus.
The primary focus of all
Palestinian groups this year
seems to be related to the
intifada.
According to Anat Kurz, ac-
ting director of the Project on
Low Intensity Warfare and
primary contributor to the
pamphlet, there was a 15 per-
cent rise in overall interna-
tional terrorist activity dur-
ing 1988 over the previous
year, with 433 incidents being
perpetrated by 53 active
organizations as opposed to
377 in 1987. A total of 626
people were killed by terrorist
attacks in 1988, including
269 in the Pan Am explosion.
The favored terrorist tactics
continued to be bombings and
arson, accounting for 49.5
percent of the incidents. Arm-
ed assaults, including
murder, accounted for 28.2,
percent.
The Palestinian terrorist
group responsible for the
most attacks in 1988 was Abu.
Nidal's Fatah Revolutionary
Command, with 18.
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