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November 24, 1989 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-24

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I NEWS

Lurie Family
To Emigrate

1989 HONDA CIVIC
HATCHBACK

From

$

13697*
3697

* per mo

.

1990 CADILLAC
SEDAN DE VILLE

From

$ 511 379

* per mo.

'Lease pymt. based on approved credit on,48 mos. closed end. 60,000 total mileage w/100
per mile extra charge. To get total amt. multiply pymt. times 48. Subject for 4% use tax.
1st. mo . in advance, sec. dept. equal to 1st mo. pymt. plate cost extra.

42355 GRAND RIVER

Killers Pose
As Orthodox

Just East of Novi Rd., Novi

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1989

New York (JTA) —
Leading Moscow Jewish ac-
tivists Judith and Em-
manuel Lurie have received
permission to emigrate, ac-
cording to the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, the
Long Island Committee for
Soviet Jewry and B'nai
B'rith International.
Judith Lurie, formerly an
English teacher, is head of
Jewish Women Against
Refusal, or JEWAR, a soli-
darity group of Soviet
Jewish women denied per-
mission to emigrate that has
staged demonstrations and
hunger strikes.
Her husband is a research
chemist who was relegated
to agricultural work follow-
ing the family's first refusal
for permission to leave in
1980.
The Luries were actually
granted permission to im-
migrate to Israel in
December 1979 and were
scheduled to leave the Soviet
Union two months later.
But the permit was
rescinded in February 1980,
when authorities of the
OVIR emigration bureau
decided that Emmanuel's
involvement in allegedly
classified research 17 years
earlier was a security risk.

354.6060

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Two
Palestinians posing as Or-
thodox Jews kidnapped and
murdered Israeli soldiers
Avi Sasportas and Ilan
Sa'adon earlier this year,
the military prosecutor
charged.
He identified the pair as
Mohammed Nasser, 28, and
Mahmoud Mabhouh, 30,
both former residents of the
Jabalya refugee camp in the
Gaza Strip.
Both use the title "sheik"
and belong to Hamas, the
Islamic fundamentalist
organization active in the
Gaza Strip.
Although the two killers
fled the country and
reportedly found haven in
Libya, the Israel Defense
Forces have in custody vir-
tually the entire leadership
of Hamas, including the men
who recruited and instructed
them for the murder opera-
tions.
The arrests were made in
May, about the time Saspor-
tas' buried remains were
discovered, not far from
where he was abducted. No
trace of Sa'adon has been
found yet, but the IDF is
convinced he met the same

fate, at the hands of the
same killers.
IDF personnel have long
been alerted not to accept
rides with suspicious-
looking drivers. The two
Hamas killers therefore put
on kippot and donned the
traditional garb of religious
Jews, the prosecutor said.
They picked up Sasportas
at the Hodaya junction in
southern Israel, near the
Gaza Strip, on Feb. 16. He
was on leave and seeking a
ride home to Ashkelon.
According to the pros-,
ecutor's reconstruction of
the crime, the car traveled a
short distance when Nasser
turned and fired at Saspor-
tas, mortally wounding him
in the head and chest.
They buried him near the
Hodaya junction, only a few
hundred yards from where
they picked him up. His re-
mains were not found until
May 7.

I SINGLE LIFE I

CFF Schedules
Charity Auction

The third annual Beauty
and the Beast Auction, a
singles fund-raiser benefit-
ting the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation-Metropolitan
Detroit Chapter, will be 6:30
p.m. Nov. 30 at the Southfield
Radisson Hotel.
Auctioned off will be 28
dates with eligible Detroit
men and women. Auctioneer
will be Robert Levy of Nor-
man Levy and Associates.
Bidders become eligible by
collecting donations from
family and friends.
There is a charge for
tickets. For information, call
the CFF office, 354-6565.

Social Singles
Set Dinner, Film

The Jewish Community
Center Social Singles (40-60)
will meet for dinner and a
movie, 6 p.m. Nov. 28.
Dinner at Bill Knapps will
be followed by a movie at The
AMC Old Orchard Theater.
Reservations deadline is Nov.
25. Call Fern Fine at
356-2265.

25-45 Singles
Plan Games Night

Card and board games are
scheduled by the Jewish Com-
munity Center Singles (25-45)
for 6 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Maple-
Drake Building.
Participants are invited to
bring their favorite games.
Refreshments will be served.
For more information, call
661-1000, Ext. 347.

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