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July 20, 1990 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-07-20

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East Germany
Helped PLO

Bonn (JTA) — One of the
Palestinians who allegedly
masterminded the 1972
massacre of Israeli athletes
at the Olympics in Munich
was given safe haven by the
ousted Communist regime in
East Germany, according to
a top official of the country's
new conservative regime.
Interior Minister Peter-
Michel Diestel disclosed in a
newspaper interview
published Tuesday that Abu
Daoud was assisted and pro-
tected by East German au-
thorities after the massacre,
in which 11 Israeli athletes
and a policeman were killed.
Diestel's revelation was
the latest of several reports.
Another whom the East
Germans assisted was the
Venezuelan-born terrorist
known as Carlos, alleged
mastermind of the June
1976 Air France hijacking
to Entebbe, Uganda. Carlos
also received protection from
the former Communist
regime in Hungary, that
country's interior minister,
Balzas Horvath, disclosed last
month.
Diestel said the East Ger-
man Communist regime
maintained close contacts
with the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization almost to
the end of its tenure, supply-
ing the PLO with equipment
and training.
When this assistance was
cut off late last year. PLO
chief Yassir Arafat sent an
emissary to East Berlin to
try to convince the new
government to resume the
aid, but it refused.
Arafat's foreign policy ad-
viser, Farouk Khadoumi,
reported to the PLO leader-
ship that the new East Ger-
man government was stan-
ding by its decision to stop
helping the PLO, Diestel
said.
But under the old regime,
Diestel said, terrorists seek-
ing sanctuary in East Ger-
many received medical
treatment and were accord-
ed various privileges, in-
cluding the right to stay in
the country and help in ob-
taining forged passports.
That situation prevailed
for more than 10 years,
through the late 1980s,
Diestel said, adding that it
could not have occurred
without the knowledge and
direct intervention of East
Germany's former leader,
Erich Honecker, and the top
Communist Party hierarchy.
Honecker has denied the
charges.
Diestel says he will provide
evidence.

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