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October 29, 1993 - Image 126

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associate rabbis at Con-
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Diego, admitted to having
an extramarital affair with
each other. They subse-
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positions.
More than a year before
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senior rabbi, Robert
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An Arab American
Named In Indictment

Jerusalem (JTA) — An Arab
American citizen arrested
here in January has been
named in an indictment as
the world commander of the
military arm of the Islamic
fundamentalist Hamas
movement.
Mohammed Salah had
been detained briefly by
Israeli authorities in
February on charges of
distributing money to
Hamas activists in the ter-
ritories.
According to the charges,
the money was to go to the
purchase of weapons and the
strengthening of the ter-
rorist organization in the
wake of the deportation to
southern Lebanon last
December of 415 of its
leaders.
But, according to reports
here, a recently revised in-
dictment submitted to the
military court in Ramallah
now names Mr. Salah as
Hamas' military com-
mander.

Mr. Salah allegedly
organized training sessions
in the United States for
young Hamas activists. The
sessions included classes on
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damentals of Islam and the
art of making explosives.

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name of Abu Ahmed, is
charged with establishing
the military infrastructure
of Hamas during his first
visit here in 1987.
The indictment also claims
that Mr. Salah was respon-
sible for helping plan an
assassination plot against
Sari Nusseibeh, a Palestin-
ian philosopher and key
supporter of the peace pro-
cess.

The plot was never carried
out.
The new charges in the in-
dictment against Mr. Salah
came as a result of inter-
views with Hamas activists
who were recently ar-
rested. 117

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