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February 09, 1996 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-09

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Israeli Aided
Cali Cartel?

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smuggling billions of
dollars worth of mari-
juana and cocaine from
Colombia to North
America and Europe.
Roni Mann, 50, has
been jailed in Israel
since December await-
ing trial. His remand
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days.
A day earlier, Israeli
police disclosed that
they had arrested Mr.
Mann on suspicion of
being a contact between
people in Europe and
the Cali cartel leaders
in Colombia.
Police said the case
could be the largest
drug smuggling case
ever uncovered in Is-
rael. They said Mr.
Mann was allegedly in-
volved in the cartel
Roni Mann sits handcuffed at the Tel Aviv
since 1980.
Mr. Mann is also sus- mgistrates court.
pected of laundering
revenues from the illegal drug immigrants from the former So-
sales in Israel, with the help of viet Union.

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srael's deputy foreign minis-
ter said that Palestinian
leader Yassir Arafat has de-
cided to convene the Pales-
tine National Council on April
12 in the Gaza Strip to discuss
amending those sections of the
Palestine National Covenant
that call for the destruction of
Israel.
Deputy Foreign Minister Eli
Dayan said that Mr. Arafat had
mentioned the April date when
the two met in Stockholm.
Mr. Dayan added that Israel
views the amending of the
anti-Israel clauses in the
covenant crucial to any further
progress.
Meanwhile, the secretary
of the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization's Executive Com-
mittee, Jamal Sourani, was
quoted as saying that the 18-
member committee would con-
vene to set a date for the
meeting of the Palestine Na-
tional Council, the so-called
Palestinian parliament-in-ex-
ile.
Mr. Sourani also said the
committee would discuss
whether the covenant would be
abolished altogether, or if only

the anti-Israel clauses in it
would be revoked.
A two-thirds majority of the
540-member Palestine Nation-
al Council is needed to change
the covenant.
Under the terms of the Is-
raeli-Palestinian agreement
signed Sept. 28 in Washington,
the PNC must convene no later
than two months after the in-
auguration of the 88-member
Palestinian Council, which was
chosen in the Jan. 20 elections,
to revoke the clauses.
Israel has threatened to
freeze the peace talks if the PLO
does not live up to its end of the
accord.
After the Jan. 20 elections,
Prime Minister Shimon Peres
voiced the warning that the
peace "train will stop," if the
covenant is not amended.
Mr. Peres also said that Is-
rael would allow All members of
the PNC — including those af-
filiated with the groups that re-
ject the Israel-PLO peace
accords — to enter the au-
tonomous areas to attend the
meeting and vote on the
covenant. ❑

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