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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-15

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Tisha b'Av.
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wo suicide bombings this
week shattered the relative
calm that had taken hold in
Israel and the West Bank
this summer.
Yehezkel Yekutieli, 43 and a father of
two, was killed in a blast Tuesday morn-
ing in the Israeli city of Rosh Hdayin.
Erez Hershkovitz, 18, was killed in an
attack in the West Bank settlement of
Ariel. The Al Aksa Martyrs Brigades of
the Palestinian-led Fatah movement
claimed responsibility for the Rosh
Hdayin attack and the Islamic funda-
mentalist group Hamas for the Ariel
attack.
The attacks represent the most blatant
violation of the cease-fire that
Palestinian terrorist groups declared June
29. Seven Israelis and 12 Palestinians —
excludino-
suicide bombers — have been
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killed since the cease-fire took effect.
The Palestinian Authority condemned
the attacks, but Prime Minister
Mahmoud Abbas said they were pro-
voked by recent Israeli anti-terror raids
in the West Bank.
In a raid last Friday, one Israeli soldier
and four Palestinians were killed in a
clash. Staff Sgt. Ro'i Oren, 20, was
killed in battle at a Nablus refugee camp
as his Israeli commando unit searched
for a senior Hamas terrorist, who was
among those killed.
In a separate incident on Sunday, an
Israeli teenager was killed when a
Hezbollah anti-aircraft shell landed in
the northern Israeli town of Shlomi.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
blamed the Palestinian Authority, saying
it had failed to fulfill its pledge to crack
down on terrorist groups.
"If the Palestinians do not do what
they ought to do, it will not be possible
to make progress in the process, and at
the end of the day, the Palestinians

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