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March 19, 1993 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-19

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Washington (JTA) — In yet
another demonstration of
growing concern here in the
wake of the World Trade
Center bombing in New
York, Rep. Charles
Schumer, D-N.Y., this week
introduced legislation aimed
at cracking down on do-
mestic terrorism.
Mr. Schumer, who serves
as chairman of the House
Judiciary subcommittee on
crime and criminal justice,
introduced his bill at a sub-
committee hearing examin-
ing whether recent events
possibly tied to terrorism
were isolated incidents or
part of a growing trend.
The proposed legislation,
the Terrorism Prevention
and Protection Act of 1993,
would "establish a new fed-
eral offense for domestic ter-
rorism and another for pro-
viding material support to
terrorists," Mr. Schumer
said in a statement.
Currently, there is no
separate federal offense for
engaging in domestic terror-
ism. Mr. Schumer's bill
would make such crimes
punishable by death when
they result in death.
The bill would also require
"taggants," or easily iden-
tifiable chemicals, to be used
in all explosives manufac-
tured and sold in the United
States. This would aid in
tracing explosives like
dynamite, in the event of a
terrorist bombing.
And the legislation would
establish "pre-inspection
stations" in international

airports to help keep illegal
aliens out of the country.
Mr.Schumer said in the
statement that his concern
was sparked by the World
Trade Center late last mon-
th, the recent killings of CIA
employees outside CIA
headquarters in Virginia
and reports of Middle East-
ern terrorist groups
operating in the United
States.
At the hearing, witnesses
disagreed on whether the
events were part of a larger
trend toward increased do-
mestic terrorism. FBI Direc-
tor William Sessions played
down the events as isolated
incidents, while James Fox,
head of the FBI's New York
office, suggested more of an
ongoing trend.
The attack at the trade
center, Mr. Sessions said, is
not "the opening act in a
coming wave of terrorism."
But Mr. Fox said that the
incident was "organized by a
large, well-known terrorist
group." He added, without
naming the group, that "it's
a group that knows what
they're doing. This was not a
group of ad-hoc terrorists."
Mohammed Salameh, the
first suspect charged in the
trade center bombing, is a
Jordanian citizen of Pales-
tinian origin who is
suspected of having funda-
mentalist ties. He has been
linked to a New Jersey
mosque headed by an Egyp-
tian cleric who openly sup-
ports violence in the name of
Islam.

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Maj.
Gen. Arm-am Mitzna, a pop-
ular if controversial Israel
Defense Force general who
retired from his military ca-
reer last week, has announc-
ed he will run for mayor of
Haifa.
Maj. Gen. Mitzna said he
would decide within the next
few days whether to compete
in the Labor Party primaries
for the mayoral candidate or
whether to run as an in-
dependent.
Maj. Gen. Mitzna attracted
national attention as a
colonel during the war in
Lebanon when he wrote a

letter to the army's chief of
staff asking that he be
suspended from his duties
because of his "lack of con-
fidence" on the political
level.
The letter, which was
subsequently leaked to the
news media, was clearly re-
ferring to then-Defense Min-
ister Ariel Sharon.
In parting interviews this
weekend, Maj. Gen. Mitzna
said he took some of the
credit for Mr. Sharon's
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leveled at the defense estab-

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