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July 23, 1993 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-23

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Janice Charach
Epstein
Museum/Gallery
Patron Fund

Israel Stages
Mock Raids

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israeli jets
and helicopters staged mock
raids over Lebanon as Israeli
military and political
leaders continued to con-
sider options for responding
to attacks last week that left
five Israeli soldiers dead.
Israeli officials declined to
comment on reports from
Beirut of a continued mas-
sive buildup of Israeli troops
and military equipment in
the border security zone
Israel maintains in southern
Lebanon.
Lebanese reports described
the Israeli mock raids, in
which illuminating flares
were dropped over Palestin-
ian refugee camps, as
"dummy bombing raids
designed to panic the local
population."
Israeli officials did note
with satisfaction media
reports that the Lebanese
government, in agreement
with Syria, had ordered Pa-
lestinian leader Ahmed
Jabril of the Popular Front
for the Liberation of
Palestine-General Com-
mand to leave the country
immediately and that he
had, in fact, already return-
ed to his headquarters in
Damascus.
His group claimed respon-
sibility for at least one of two
attacks on Israeli troops last
week that together left five
Israeli soldiers dead and
eight wounded.

Cabinet ministers have
warned that Israel is con-
sidering sharp counterblows
against the Islamic funda-
mentalist Hezbollah and Pa-
lestinian guerrilla groups in
southern Lebanon responsi-
ble for the latest escalation
of fighting in Lebanon.

Earlier this week, Israeli
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin sent a message, via
visiting U.S. Middle East
envoy Dennis Ross, to
Syrian President Hafez
Assad, warning him to rein
in Hezbollah and Palestin-
ians.
Mr. Jabril, dressed in an
army uniform and armed
with a Kalachnikov rifle,
met with his supporters at a
base in the Ein Hilweh refu-
gee camp near Sidon and
later spoke with reporters.

Lebanese papers said it
was the first overt public ap-
pearance by a senior Pales-
tinian leader on Lebanese
soil since the 1982 war in
Lebanon, when Palestinian
guerrillas were driven out of
the country. Li

The Janice Charach Epstein Museum/Gallery has been established as the fine arts showplace in the Jewish
Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit. The Museum/Gallery is dedicated to providing a forum in which the creation,
interpretation and education of visually oriented media are presented for our diverse audiences.
The Museum/Gallery exhibits works of art created by Jewish artists, including art which addresses Jewish issues
on a national and international level. The Museum/Gallery features a variety of special exhibits as well as significant dis-
plays from other cultural institutions.
We need your support. Your charitable contribution on a yearly basis to the Janice Charach Epstein
Museum/Gallery will help provide quality arts programming at the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit.

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