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September 29, 1995 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-29

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Washington (JTA) — The Israeli
government will send a group of
retired generals to the United
States in upcomin.g'weeks in an
effort to bolster American Jew-
ish and congressional support for
the peace process.
The generals will devote most
of their time to explaining secu-
rity arrangements negotiated
with the Palestinians to members
of the Jewish community, some
of whom "are not fully aware of
the details of what's going on and
deserve to be briefed," said an of-
ficial at the Israeli Embassy,
which is organizing the visit.
Eight retired Israeli generals
who are supportive of the peace
process will visit 15 cities as they
crisscross the country.
The visit is timed to coincide
with the expected signing of an
agreement between Israel and
the Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation to expand Palestinian self-
rule in the West Bank.
The visit of the generals comes
at a critical time because Con-
gress will be considering the re-
newal of legislation that allows
U.S. funds to flow to the Pales-
tinian Authority.
The measure, known as the
Middle East Peace Facilitation
Act, is due to expire at the end of
the month.
The generals' visit also comes
on the heels of a similar showcase
of hawkish Israeli reserve gen-
erals who recently came to Wash-
ington at the invitation of the
Jewish Institute for National Se-
curity Affairs. At a public forum
here, the generals spent most of
the time criticizing the peace
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Jerusalem (JTA) — Three gun-
men from the fundamentalist
Hezbollah movement were killed
in clashes with Israel Defense
Force troops in the southern
Lebanon security zone.
The gunmen were on their way
to carry out an attack against
IDF and South Lebanon Army
soldiers, Yaliot Achronot report-
ed.
The incident reportedly oc-
curred when the IDF troops came
upon a squad trying to enter the
security zone.
Two gunmen were killed in the
exchange of fire, and the third af-
ter a chase, Israeli sources said.
Israeli Capt. Uri Polack sus-
tained moderate injuries.
The incident was part of a se-
ries of encounters in recent
weeks in which IDF troops killed
some 20 gunmen in southern
Lebanon during operations and
clashes.

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