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November 15, 2002 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-15

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attack on an Israeli kibbutz is
believed to be named Sirhan Sirhan,
according to Israeli officials.
The officials initially said they
believed he was a relative of the
assassin by the same name who killed
U.S. Sen. Robert Kennedy in 1968,
but they later withdrew the claim.
Relatives of the suspected kibbutz
attacker, who comes from Tulkarm,
said they had no blood ties to the
Kennedy assassin, who came from
the predominantly Christian village
of Taiba in the West Bank.
The Sirhans in the Tulkarm camp
are Muslims.

Israel Dismantling
Many Outposts

Jerusalem/JTA — The Israel Defense
Force dismantled 23 illegal settle-
ment outposts in the past month,
according to Israeli Defense Minister
Shaul Mofaz.
Speaking before the Knesset,
Mofaz also said three outposts are
currently being evacuated and that
the High Court of Justice will soon
decide the fate of six others, Israel
Radio reported. Mofaz added that
the IDF is currently investigating the
status of 35 other settlement out-

Pat Robertson
Is Criticized

New York/JTA — A U.S. Muslim
group condemned televangelist Pat
Robertson for lashing out at Muslim
attitudes toward Jews.
In a recent broadcast, Robertson
said Muslims want to kill Jews and
that any hope of negotiating a peace
agreement by giving Muslims territo-
ry was an illusion.
"I wish the Jews in America would
wake up, open their eyes and read
what is being said about them. This
is worse than the Nazis. Adolf Hitler
was bad, but what the Muslims want
to do to the Jews is worse,"
Robertson said.
The Council on American-Islamic
Relations responded by calling "on
elected leaders and religious leaders
to repudiate these kinds of com-
ments. Time and again, we see
attacks on Islam go unchallenged."

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