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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-07-06

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THE HERITAGE

release of hundreds of Arab prison-
ers.
• October 1994 — Cpl.
Nachshon Wachsman, 19, was cap-
tured by a Hamas cell in the West
Bank which asks for the release of
Palestinian prisoners. A botched
commando raid leaves Wachsman,
a commanding officer, and several
hostage-takers dead.
• October 1986 — Capt. Ron
Arad, an Israeli air force navigator,
parachuted out of his damaged
warplane over Lebanon and was
taken hostage. Israel says Arad
was captured by Lebanese militia-
men connected to Iran, but no
concrete information is available
on his whereabouts or his condi-
tion and he remains unaccounted
for, amid speculation that he is
dead.
Raphael Israeli, a Hebrew
University history professor who
specializes in Islamic history and
its fundamentalist movements,
said kidnappings strike deeply at
the Israeli psyche. A soldier killed

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IS PEACE WITH THE
PALESTINIANS STILL POSSIBLE?

Kidnapped Israeli soldier, Cpl.

Gilad Shalit.

in battle is not an unexpected
event, he said, "but when one is •
captured and helpless it immedi-
ately brings up the image of the
Holocaust, where Jews did not
have the opportunity to fight or
resist:' he said.
Furthermore, the drama of a
kidnapping creates a wide audi-
ence, especially, he said, in a small
country where "we are very few
and therefore everyone counts.
When something like this hap-
pens, everyone is worried." L

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