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May 03, 1991 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-03

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Palestinian
Is Freed

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israeli
military authorities have
released Dr. Sari Nusseibeh,
a Palestinian activist held
for three months in ad-
ministrative detention.
Mr. Nusseibeh, accused of
spying for Iraq during the
Persian Gulf war, was or-
dered incarcerated for six
months. But the High Court
of Justice, citing the paucity
of evidence against him,
directed that his term be
reduced by half. He was
released last week.
Israeli security authorities
alleged the university pro-
fessor was informing the
Iraqis where Scud missiles
fired at Israel landed. They
said they did not press for-
mal charges against him
"for security reasons." Mr.
Nusseibeh denied the ac-
cusations.
Mr. Nusseibeh, who holds
a Ph.D. from Oxford Univer-
sity, teaches philosophy at
Bir Zeit University in the
West Bank, which has been
closed by military au-
thorities since the start of
the intifada. Israeli au-
thorities claim the univer-
sity is a source of agitation.
The 42-year-old academi-
cian arrived at his mother's
home in east Jerusalem
looking well, but appeared to
have lost weight. He is the
son of the late Anwar
Nusseibeh, a former defense
minister of Jordan who died
in the 1980s.
While his father was a
close aide to King Hussein of
Jordan, the younger
Nusseibeh is regarded by the
Likud government as a sup-
porter of Al Fatah, the
largest PLO faction.

Intourist Opens
In Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv (JTA) — In-
tourist, the Soviet state
tourist service, opened its
first bureau in Israel.
The assistant manager,
Anatoly Petrushenko, was
present for the opening. The
Israeli daily Ma'ariv quoted
him as saying that the office
would promote Israeli
tourism to the Soviet Union
and assist tourists from the
Soviet Union arriving in
Israel.
Intourist already has
agreements with several
large tour organizers in
Israel, he said.
The new office on Tel
Aviv's Allenby Road, a
major business thoroughfare,
will be headed by Valery
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