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January 22, 1993 - Image 124

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-22

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Budapest (JTA) — Jewish
memorial plaques were
damaged and removed from
a building here last week,
the second time such an a.7.t
has taken place.
Unidentified vandal
removed three memorial„
plaques from the building on
Vadasz Street in downtown;
Budapest that during the
Holocaust housed the Sw-;.-.;
Embassy's mission for rescu-
ing Jews.
From 1944 until the Rus-
sians entered Hungary oils
Jan. 17, 1945, the mission,
provided protective papers to
thousands of Hungarian
Jews and sheltered some
1,000 refugees.
Once, the Hungarian
Nazis broke into the
building, dragging away and
killing several Jews.
The plaques were placed
on the building to keep alive
the memory of the martyrs,
and recall the help given the
community by the Swiss.
The removal of the plaques
can only be regarded as an
act of anti-Semitism, just
like the previous such van-
said Gusztav Zoltai.)
acting manager of tht..
Hungarian Jewish associ.
ation.
In the earlier incident, a
memorial tablet was remov-
ed from the side building of
the main synagogue here,
near the plaque whici,
memorializes the birthplace,
of Theodor Herzl.

Israeli Guard
Seriously Hurt

Jerusalem (JTA) — And
Israeli guarding a gasoline
tanker truck in the West
Bank town of Beit Sahur
was shot and seriously in-
jured in an apparent ter-
rorist attack.
The guard, Yoram
Fahima, 22, was accompany=')
ing the truck driver to the
gas station office after the
station's tanks were filled.)
The attacker appeared
from nearby, shooting th.P/
guard at pointblank range.
The assailant then tried tc \
shoot the driver as well, but
failed to do so because his
pistol malfunctioned.
The attacker escaped from
the scene with the guard's,
pistol, apparently with the`
help of an accomplice. The(
Israeli army clamped a
curfew on Beit Sahur, a
predominantly Arab Chris-
tian town near Bethlehem,
and the manhunt for the at-
tacker continued.

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