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August 07, 1992 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-07

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Six
Israel Defense Force
soldiers, three of them offi-
cers, were found guilty of
negligence in the wake of a
daring raid by Arab ter-
rorists last weekend into
Israel's Civil Administra-
tion headquarters in
Hebron.
The terrorists set afire two
army vehicles and smeared
nationalist slogans on the
• walls before managing to
escape undetected and
unhurt.
Two IDF soldiers were in-
jured during efforts to extin-
guish the fire.
The attack on the head-
quarters in Hebron was the
latest in a series of incidents
that reflected a lack of
discipline among IDF
soldiers. One such case
resulted in tragedy when a
member of the one of the
crack commando units that
work undercover in the ad-
ministered territories ac-
cidentally killed a fellow
soldier during an operation.
This latest instance of poor
discipline prompted the
military command in the
West Bank to take
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The six soldiers charged
with negligence two
lieutenants, one second
lieutenant, one sergeant and
two reserve soldiers —were
sentenced to military jail for
• a period of 21 to 70 days.
The attack was especially
disturbing in light of the fact
that the military head-
quarters in Hebron are stra-
tegically located on top of a
hill overlooking the town,
well protected by a surroun-
• ding fence.
According to the army's
investigation, several Arab
terrorists, probably mem-
bers of the Hamas Moslem
fundamentalist movement,
arrived at the perimeter of
the headquarters early in
the morning. They cut
through a fence at the
military garage and entered
the garage area. They had
brought with them con-
tainers of gasoline.
They spilled the flam-
mable materials on two
jeeps, set them afire,
smeared nationalist slogans,
and took off. It was only then
that the soldiers on duty
awoke and extinguished the
fire, preventing further
damage.
Army sources said it was
lucky that the terrorists had
not taken advantage of the
disorder in the army camp
following the attack and
opened fire on the soldiers.

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