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May 10, 1979 - Image 16

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Page 16-Thursday, May 10, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Israeli troops confront UN peace forces
JERUSALEM (AP) - Israeli troops soldiers were killed and wounded in the The Israeli army spokesperson did responsibility."
and U.N. peacekeeping forces stood clash. It said the operation was a not mention the confrontation with the The Israeli spokesperson said
toe-to-toe yesteday in a tense five-hour reprisal for the "barbaric Israeli at- U.N. forces but alluded to it when he questioning of the captured guerrilla
confrontation in southern Lebanon tacks against Palestinian and Lebanese said: determined that the band had landed at
before the Israelis gave up their chase citizens." "It is unthinkable that terrorists who Tyre on Lebanon's Mediterranean
of Palestinian guerrillas and withdrew Hugo Rocha, spokesman for U.N. attempt to carry out an attack against coast and intended to attack Israeli
across the border, a U.N. spokesperson Mideast headquarters here, said that Israeli civilians that failed should - civilians.
said before the confrontation ended, the 400 escape and find shelter across the bor- The provincial governor in the
An Israeli army spokesperson said Israeli troops were backed by about 20 der." southern Lebanese port city of Sidon
about 400 Israeli soldiers were in- tanks, eight armored personnel ROCHA SAID U.N. troops from said the tanks entered Shakara, six
volved. He said the incident began carriers, four half-tracks and 37 jeeps Senegal, Holland and Nigeria were miles north of the border and about 15
when an army patrol encountered a mounted with machine guns. brought in to back the Irish. U.N. com- miels east of Tyre, about 7 a.m. (1 am.
band of Palestinians attempting to THE INCIDENT occurred, Rocha mander, Maj. Gen. Emmanuel Erskine EST).
cross the border fence west of Kiryat said, when the Israelis reached the of Ghana, negotiated the Israeli with- THE GOVERNOR also said Christian
Shmona into Israel about 4 a.m. yester- southern Lebanese town of Shakara drawal. Rocha quoted Erskine as militia forces led by Israeli-backed
day (10 p.m. Tuesday EDT). where an Irish U.N. battalion refused to saying if the Israelis "wanted to use Maj. Saad Haddad joined the Israelis in
The spokesperson said one let the Israelis search for the terrorists, force to go through, it would be their chasing the guerrillas.
Palestinian was wounded and captured.
The rest were chased across the Israeli - A t o ~~
Lean: Anti-nuke calls for Palisades shutdown
Lebanese border. He said no Israelis -fu e e isP a i a e 1 CL.-lv13
were injured.
THE POPULAR Front for the (Continued from Page 3) jected to Consumers Power's proposals she said. "Nuclear power is an extraor-
Liberation of Palestine, (PFLP), one of TWO GENERATORS are involved for storing the defective generators in a dinary and dangerous technology. We
eight guerrilla groups that make up the and the earliest the replacement could concrete dome on the plant site or ship- must examine whether the safety
Palestine Liberation Organization, begin is 1981. ping them by barge to an approved procedures are adequate. We have a
claimed responsibility for the attem- Sinclair, who also has testifed against disposal site. right to public safety and to a clean en-
pted raid into Israel. Consumers Power's Midland nuclear "The time has come for citizens to be vironment."
A PFLP communique said 20 Israeli plant currently under construction, ob- allowed to participate meaningfully,"
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