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December 04, 1992 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-04

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Soldier Wounded
in Lebanon

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Contrary
to initial reports, an Israeli
soldier was injured in an at-
tack on an army post in
southern Lebanon that
- couched off an eight-hour ar-
tillery exchange.
Daniel Mann was hit in
the chest by shrapnel while
pursuing gunmen who
directed fire from light
weapons and rifle-propelled
grenades at an Israeli posi-
tion in the eastern sector of
the Israeli-controlled securi-
ty zone.
Initial reports said there
had been no casualties
among Israeli troops or the
,allied South Lebanon Army
in the attack near Nabatiya.
The Iranian-backed Hez-
bollah denied it carried out
the attack on the Israeli
position. Reports from Leb-
anon said variously that the
gunmen were members of a
group called the Syrian Na-
tional Party Upper Council
of Lebanon, headed by
Ana'am Raid, or of the Na-
tional Resistance group of
the Lebanese Communist
Party.
Two roadside bombs were
discovered in the area of the
clash and dismantled
without causing damage.
The two Hezbollah ter-
rorists killed in the
exchange brought to three
the number killed in clashes
with Israeli and South Leb-
anon Army troops within a
period of 36 hours.
U.N. peacekeepers, mean-
while, apparently averted
another attack on Israel.
Members of the United
Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon discovered and
dismantled two Katyusha
launchers in the Tyre re-
gion, north of the security
zone. Both had been aimed
at Israel. A timing device
attached to the rocket laun-
chers was set to go off an
hour later.

Jews Arrive
From Abkhazia

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Jerusalem (JTA) — A group
of 54 Jewish refugees from
the restive breakaway prov-
ince of Abkhazia, in the
formerly Soviet republic of
Georgia, arrived in Israel on
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