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August 30, 1991 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-08-30

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''''•••••ml NEWS I

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Never See
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Can't See
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Trailers Provoke
Hebron Arabs

Jerusalem (JTA) — A
move by Jewish settlers to
set up living quarters for
yeshiva students in the
heart of Hebron has enraged
Palestinian Arabs in the
West Bank town.
Some vented their anger
Aug. 22 by hurling a gaso-
line bomb at an Israeli vehi-
cle in Hebron. The bomb
missed its target, causing
neither casualties or
damage.
But it was a clear indica-
tion that the Arab popula-
tion is seething over the
placing of 10 mobile homes
inside a former bus station
in downtown Hebron, which
has been converted into a
military base.
The trailers will serve as
dormitories for 120 students
of the Shavei Hebron
yeshiva. The yeshiva's prin-
cipal, Aharon Domb, sees no
provocation.
He said the homes were
placed on Jewish-owned land
with the approval of the
Israeli authorities and
would serve as temporary
quarters for the students un-
til the new yeshiva building
is completed.
But Mustafa Natshe, a
former mayor of Hebron who
was deposed by the Israeli
authorities, said, "We were
surprised by the decision of
the Defense Ministry to ap-
prove deployment of the
mobile homes." Mr. Natshe
recalled that the Israel
Defense Force seized the bus
terminal for security reasons
after a recent stabbing. But
now, he said, "they have let
civilians into it. This means
that the residents of Hebron
were cheated."

Germany May
Deport Neo-Nazi

Bonn (JTA) — Karl
Polacek, a 56-year-old neo-
Nazi from Austria, will face
deportation proceedings
soon, the interior minister of
Lower Saxony said.
Mr. Polacek, whose ex-
tremist political activities
have been centered in the
central German city of Got-
tingen, was recently
sentenced to eight months in
prison for injuring left-wing
demonstrators.
According to the interior
minister, his conviction pro-
vides the legal grounds for
expulsion. Several earlier
attempts to oust Mr. Polacek
from Germany failed in
court.

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