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February 25, 1994 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-25

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neighboring Palestinian villages
and breaking residents' win-
None of the settlers were ar-
rested until they got into a vi-
olent confrontation with
security forces, and then a few
were taken away.
Security officials are warn-
ing that there may be worse ter-
ror to come: some of the Fatah
Hawks, who are ordinarily loy-
al to Yasser Arafat and have,
for the most part, set aside their
attacks on Israelis, have gone
over to Iz a-Din el-Kassem.
This was confirmed by a Fa-
tah Hawk leaflet distributed in
the Hebron area. Iz a-Din el-
Kassem has been making a lot
of noise in the Hebron area as
well, putting out leaflets, writ-
ing on walls and announcing by
loudspeaker that local residents
had better stock up on food be-
cause a major act of terror is
due, one that will keep them un-
der curfew for a long time.
The army is trying at once to
reassure the public that Israel
is striking back, but without
raising expectations too high.
Mr. Barak, whose soldiers have
repeatedly wiped out Iz a-Din
el-Kassem cells, was quoted as
saying these latest terror gangs
will eventually be caught. But,
being a realistic man, he added,
"other gangs will take their

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UN Leader
Invites Israelis

United Nations (JTA) — An
Israeli proposal to establish
a field hospital as part of a
U.N. peacekeeping force in
Africa has been welcomed by
Secretary-General Boutros
Boutros- Ghali.
Possible locations for the
field hospital are Angola,
Mozambique and Rwanda,
said Boutros-Ghali during a
Feb. 18 meeting with Israeli
Deputy Foreign Minister
Yossi Beilin and Ambas-
sador Gad Ya'acobi.
"We believe it is time to
have an international role
for Israel," Beilin told the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations, shortly
before his meeting at the
United Nations.
Providing medical services
for U.N. activities, said
Beilin, takes advantage of
Israel's large number of doc-
tors, a result, in part, of the
mass immigration from the
former Soviet Union.
"I believe this is an impor-
tant signal to the kind of role
Israel will play in the future,
when peace prevails." 0

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