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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-11

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Jerusalem/JTA — Israeli officials wel-
comed a planeload of new immigrants
from North America.
"We need you, and we need many more
like you," Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
told the 330 immigrants at a welcoming
ceremony in Ben-Gurion Airport.
The flight was the first of two char-
tered El Al planes that are expected to
bring almost 1,000 North American
immigrants to Israel this summer. The
immigration is sponsored by Nefesh
B'Nefesh, a Florida-based group.

(248) 737-2666

Washington/JTA — The United States
reportedly will press Israel on the
issues of settlement outposts and
Palestinian prisoners.
U.S. officials feel such moves would
bolster Palestinian Authority Prime
Minister Mahmoud Abbas. In talks
with Israeli Cabinet ministers this
week, U.S. officials were expected to
urge Israel to speed up the dismantling
of illegal settlement outposts and to
release more than the several hundred
Palestinian prisoners who meet criteria
set by the Shin Bet security service,
the daily Hdaretz reported.
The report came as a senior delega-
tion of the Palestine Liberation
Organization's Fatah movement was
holding contacts with Abbas to resolve
a crisis over Fatah criticism of Abbas'
negotiating strategy with Israel. This
week, Abbas declared he was resigning -
from the Fatah Central Committee,
and also reportedly threatened to step
down as prime minister.

Sobibor Revolter
Dies At 87

Warsaw/JTA — Chaim Engel, a sur-
vivor of a prisoner revolt at the
Sobibor death camp, died July 4 at 87.
In October 1943, Engel was one of
300 Jewish laborers who revolted at
the German camp in Poland. They
killed several German and Ukrainian
supervisors before they were captured.
Engel, who hid in the Polish woods
with his girlfriend, Selma Wynberg,
after the revolt, was one of an estimat-
ed 30 who survived the war. After the
war, he married Selma and moved to
Holland and Israel before settling in
Connecticut.

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