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June 18, 1993 - Image 136

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-06-18

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Israeli
security officials have an-
nounced the arrest of 120
suspected Islamic funda-
mentalist militants, in-
cluding a Jerusalem gang
responsible for the murder of
several Israeli police officers
and civilians.
The government said that
the captured gang of four
men in eastern Jerusalem
had confessed to the kidnap-
ping and killing of a
policeman last December
that prompted the deporta-
tion of 415 fundamentalist
activists to Lebanon.
According to Israeli offi-
cials, the four arrested Pa-
lestinians became linked to
the armed wing of the
Islamic fundamentalist
Hamas group, only after the
kidnapping and murder of
Sgt. Maj. Nissim Toledano in
December.
The Jerusalem gang also
admitted it had murdered
two traffic police officers
who were sleeping in their
patrol car in Israel proper on
March 30. And they confess-
ed to running down and kill-
ing two Israeli settlers stan-
ding on the side of a road in
the West Bank on March 15.
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin said the arrests were
a big blow to Hamas. Mr.
Rabin, who also serves as
defense minister, once again
defended the government's
controversial expulsion of
the Hamas activists last
December, a move that was
condemned by the U.N.
Security Council.
Mr. Rabin congratulated
the Shin Bet, Israel's do-
mestic security agency, for
its success in cracking the
network. The capture and
interrogation of the suspects
is expected to aid intel-
ligence efforts in
penetrating the remaining
operations of Hamas cells
and other extremist Pales-
tinian groups.
But Mr. Rabin and Lt.
Gen. Ehud Barak; the Israel
Defense Force chief of staff,
warned against complacen-
cy, saying the threat of ter-
rorism continues and the
fight against it will remain
constant.
"Even tonight armed ter-
rorists can carry out terror
acts despite this successful
operation," said Lt. Gen.
Barak.
Police Minister Moshe
Shahal said the operation
dealt "a severe and damag-

ing blow" to llamas, but
that the territories had not
been cleared of llamas ac-
tivists and the hunt was on
for others.
According to Mr. Rabin,
the eastern Jerusalem gang
was able to use Israeli iden-
tity cards and Israeli license
plates to help it carry out its
crimes.
The arrested men are also
suspected of being involved
in a number of car bombings,
including one in the West
Bank that killed the bomber
and a Palestinian worker at
the gas station where it ex-
ploded.
The car bomb went off next
to two buses used to carry
Israeli soldiers, but the
soldiers were not inside at
the time.
The arrested men are also
suspected of having planned
a number of thwarted car
bombings in major urban
centers.
Mr. Rabin, Lt. Gen. Barak
and other security officials
said the arrested men con-
firmed that the army's move
to close off the West Bank
and Gaza Strip more than
two months ago had made it
more difficult for them to
carry out their operations.

Lebanon Attacks
The Galilee

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israelis in
Upper Galilee slept in air
raid shelters over the
weekend, following a flurry
of Katyusha rocket attacks
from Lebanon last week.
No further missile attacks
were reported over the
weekend.
The Katyusha barrage
came a day after Israeli
soldiers killed two guerrillas
and wounded three others in
a clash inside the southern
Lebanon security zone.
No casualties or damage
was caused by the rocket at-
tack, the Israel Defense
Force reported.
There were also no
casualties among the Israeli
soldiers in the clash with
guerrillas, who appeared to
be a combined force of Hez-
bollah and a previously
unknown Palestinian group.
Israeli gunners responded
to the Katyusha volleys with
a heavy concentration of fire
at suspected terrorist targets
in the Majdal Salim region,
from where the rockets were
apparently fired.

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