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July 28, 1995 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-07-28

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Two Jet Fighters
In A Crash

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destination charge). Lease payment for the 900 S is $298.80 per month for 36 months, totaling $10,756.80. The customer
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Israelis Killed
At Wadi Kelt

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Two Israel
Air Force officers were missing
and presumed lost after their F-
16 warplane collided with an-
other F-16 just off the coast of
Nahariya.
Lt. Col. Rami Shlomi, 36, a
squadron leader from Mishmar
Ha'emek, and Lt. Yuval
Binyamin, 24, failed to eject from
their plane after the collision.
The crew of the second jet
fighter bailed out safely into the
sea and were picked up by a navy
rescue craft.
The commander of the IAF,
Maj. Gen. Herzl Bodinger, set up
a commission of inquiry to in-
vestigate the incident.
He told reporters that the
cause of the accident clearly
seemed to be human error by one
of the pilots.
The two planes were not en-
gaged in any difficult maneuvers
when the collision occurred,
Bodinger said.
The accident came just hours
after eight soldiers were hurt in
an explosion during a training ex-
ercise in the Negev near Yero-
ham.
The Israel Defense Force chief
of staff, Lt. Gen. Amnon Shahak,
ordered a cessation of ground
training exercises throughout the
army until safety regulations
were revised.

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Two young
Israelis were shot and killed at
Wadi Kelt, a popular hiking spot
located between Jerusalem and
Jericho.
Oren Shahor of Ra'anana and
Ohad Bachrach of Beit El, both
in their 20s, were hiking in the
area and had stopped to eat. They
were apparently fired upon from
some distance; one was subse-
quently attacked with a knife as
well.
The two victims had been
known to be carrying side arms
at the time — but these were
gone by the time their bodies
were found.
Wadi Kelt is one of the most
impressive spots in the Judean
Desert, about a 20-minute drive
from Jerusalem. For years it has
been a popular hiking area, par-
ticularly for Jerusalemites,
Maj. Ilan Biran, the comman-
der of the central region, which
includes the West Bank, said the
killers were probably members
of the Islamic fundamentalist
Hamas movement or another
militant group opposed to the
peace process.
Government sources said the
killers were clearly intent on dis-
rupting the peace process at this
delicate time.

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