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August 13, 1993 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-13

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Israeli artillery soldiers cover their ears as cannons fire on Lebanon.

Gaza Attack
Takes Its Toll

Jerusalem (JTA) — One
Israeli was killed and five
persons wounded in a ter-
rorist attack in Gaza de-
scribed as a reprisal for
Israel's weeklong shelling of
southern Lebanon.
Armed terrorists who were
apparently members of the
Muslim fundamentalist
organization Islamic Jihad
commandeered a bus
operated by the United
Nations Relief and Works
Agency for Palestinian refu-
gees and then deliberately
smashed it into two cars
belonging to the Israeli Civil
Administration.
According to reports, the
terrorists had loaded the bus
with explosives, which failed
to detonate in the collision.
An Israel Defense Force
bomb squad subsequently
dismantled the explosives
safely.
Authorities believe that
four masked attackers were
involved in seizing the bus,
although only two of them
were on board when it col-
lided with the two vehicles.
The incident took place
near the Sheik Ajlin neigh-
borhood of Gaza City.
Yitzhak Amir, 46, an
Israeli tax collector for the
military government in the
Gaza Strip, died in the colli-
sion.
Five people who were
employees of the military
government were wounded
and taken to Soroka
Hospital in Beersheba,
where two were reported to
be in critical condition.
It was not until after the
attack had taken place that
the driver of the UNRWA
bus reported that the bus
'had been taken by force.

Police suspect that the
driver had collaborated with
the attackers, and he was
held for questioning.
About a half hour after the
incident took place, the
Islamic Jihad publicized a
communique claiming
responsibility for the attack
as an act of revenge for the
shelling of Lebanon.

Manning Trial
Set For Sept.

Los Angeles (JTA) — Robert
Maiming, who arrived here
last week after losing a two-
year battle against extradi-
tion from • Israel, has been
scheduled to stand trial
Sept. 14 on charges con-
nected with the 1980 mail-
bombing murder of a
California secretary.
During a brief arraign-
ment in federal court, Mr.
Manning entered a plea of
not guilty. The case was
assigned to U.S. District
Judge Dickran Tevrizian.
Mr. Manning, who holds
dual Israeli and American
citizenship, is accused - of
mailing a booby-trapped
device to a local computer
company in 1980.
Judge Tevrizian presided
over the trial of Mr. Mann-
ing's wife, Rochelle, on iden-
tical charges in January
1989. The jury deadlocked in
her case and she returned to
Israel, where she is fighting
a U.S. request for extradi-
tion to enable a retrial.
Robert Manning has so far
been denied bail. But his at-
torney, Richard Sherman,
said he will shortly submit a
motion asking that Mr.
Manning be released on bail.

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