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May 21, 1993 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-21

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Palestinians
Wound Two

Jerusalem (JTA) — Palestin-
ian militants staged a dar-
ing raid in the West Bank,
stabbing and wounding two
Israeli soldiers in the center
of Nablus and escaping with
the soldiers' guns.
One soldier was seriously
wounded, while the other
suffered light wounds during
the attack.
The soldiers reportedly
struggled with the at-
tackers, but the Palestinians
succeeded in stabbing them
in their faces.
The army clamped a
curfew on downtown Nablus
and started a search for the
attackers.
Lt. Gen. Ehud Barak, the
Israel Defense Force chief of
staff, described the attack as
"very serious," but express-
ed confidence that the army
would deal with the situa-
tion. -
Lt. Gen. Barak said the at-
tack showed that the army's
fight against the Palestinian
intifada is not over. But he
said the government's deci-
sion six weeks ago to seal off
the territories had con-
tributed to the safety of
Israeli citizens.
He said that more than 80
wanted Palestinian activists
and gunmen had been cap-
tured or killed during this
period.
In Nablus, the Islamic
fundamentalist Hamas
group claimed responsibility
for the attack, saying it was
carried out in retaliation for
the army's killing of six
Hamas activists who had
tried to cross into Egypt
from the Gaza Strip.
The wanted Hamas ac-
tivists were killed in two
different clashes last week.
The army said it had
stepped up patrols on the
border after several cases in
which wanted terrorists had
fled to Egypt, following the
closure of the territories.
In the latest incident, an
army patrol chased three
men trying to escape into
Egypt near Har Keren
before dawn, the army
spokesman said.
After one of the fleeing Pa-
lestinians hurled a hand
grenade at the soldiers, the
soldiers opened fire and
killed the three.
A second group of three
terrorists were killed in the
same area one day later.
All six carried false pass-
ports and Israeli and Egyp-
tian money, some of it forged
currency.

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