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February 1982

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  1. Cabinet Approves Participation of Four European Countries in the Sinai Peacekeeping Force, JTA, Feb. 1, 1982.
  2. Israeli Forces Capture Three Terrorists Who Attempted to Infiltrate the West Bank from Jordan, JTA, Feb. 1, 1982.
  3. Kirkpatrick Says Various Delegates at the UN Are Concerned that There Are Too Many Jews at the U.S. Mission, JTA, Feb. 1, 1982.
  4. Two Holocaust Survivors, a Brother Sister, Reunited after 40 Years, JTA, Feb. 1, 1982.
  5. California State Senator Censured for His Anti-Semitic Remarks, JTA, Feb. 1, 1982.
  6. Begin Rejects U.S. Proposal to Allow East Jerusalem Arabs to Vote for Self-Governing Body, JTA, Feb. 1, 1982.
  7. Evron Returns to Israel, JTA, Feb. 1, 1982.
  8. WJC Elected to Executive Body on Youth at the UN, JTA, Feb. 1, 1982.
  9. Focus on Issues Conference Wrestles with Problem of Publicizing Issue of Soviet Jewry, JTA, Feb. 1, 1982.
  10. Israel Is Telling the U.S. And Western Powers that It Takes a Grave View of the Terrorist Infiltration of the West Bank from Jordan, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  11. Israel’s Autonomy Proposals Reported to Conform in Every Detail to the Camp David Accords, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  12. Mubarak Seeks Increased West European Involvement in the Mideast, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  13. No Danger of an Increase in Unemployment in the Near Future, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  14. Health Ministry Authorized to Examine Use of Experimental Drugs for Incurably Ill Patients, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  15. Peres, Begin in War of Words, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  16. Mubarak-Reagan Talks to Center on Economic, Bilateral Matters Rather Than on Camp David Peace Process, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  17. UN Assembly Debating Golan Issue, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  18. Timerman Decries Lack of Jewish Response to Rising Anti-Semitism, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  19. Tombstones Desecrated in a Jewish Cemetery in Holland, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  20. Navon Deplores Low Jewish Birthrate in the Diaspora, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  21. New Master Plan for Jerusalem Area, JTA, Feb. 2, 1982.
  22. Linowitz Says Autonomy Accord between Egypt, Israel Is ‘Achievable,’ JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  23. PLO Office in Budapest Is Granted Diplomatic Status, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  24. Furor Over Swiss-Israeli Connection, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  25. Health Minister Approves Controlled Use of Israeli-Developed Anti-Cancer Drug, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  26. Victims of Nazism Seek Holocaust Memorial for N.Y. JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  27. Fire Guts Jewish Men’s Club, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  28. Mubarak Begins Official Visit, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  29. Man Faces Trial for Impersonating a Ritual Slaughterer and Misbranding as Kosher Non-Kosher Meat, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  30. Super Sunday Was Indeed Super, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  31. Egged Halts Bus Service in Jerusalem, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  32. First Woman Elected President of the Greater New York UJA, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  33. Congressmen to Brezhnev- Stop Campaign against Soviet Jews, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  34. Only 290 Jews Left USSR in January, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  35. Sol Granek Dead at 71, JTA, Feb. 3, 1982.
  36. Shamir Defends Government’s Reaction to Terrorist Incursion, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  37. Mubarak, Reagan Pledge to Continue to Work for Middle East Peace, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  38. CIA Report Termed ‘A Cheap Invention,’ JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  39. ADL Seeks to Stop the PLO from Getting Some $25,000 Willed to It by a Journalist Who Died a Year Ago, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  40. Mubarak Declines to Clarify His Reference to a National Entity, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  41. Anti-Israel Resolution Pending in UN, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  42. New Ten-Year Battery Developed by Tel Aviv U. Scientists, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  43. Issue of Soviet Jewry to Be Brought Up by U.S. Delegation at the UN Human Rights Commission, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  44. Campaign under Way to Stop Sale of Communications System to Arabs, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  45. Radiothon to Aid the Association for Welfare of Soldiers in Israel, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  46. World Conference on Soviet Jewry to Be at End of October, JTA, Feb. 4, 1982.
  47. Mubarak and Reagan Reaffirm Commitment to Camp David, JTA, Feb. 5, 1982.
  48. Haddad Accuses UN of Lying about Number of Terrorists in the UNIFIL Sector in South Lebanon, JTA, Feb. 5, 1982.
  49. Committee of Experts Recommends that Planning Begin to Produce the ‘Lavie,’ JTA, Feb. 5, 1982.
  50. Mother Loses Custody of Son because She Violated an Agreement to Raise the Child as an Orthodox Jew, JTA, Feb. 5, 1982.
  51. U.S. Threatens to Withdraw from UN if Israel Is Suspended or Expelled, JTA, Feb. 5, 1982.
  52. Army Disperses Sinai Settlers Trying to Halt Dismantling of Water Pipeline, JTA, Feb. 5, 1982.
  53. Reagan on the PLO, JTA, Feb. 5, 1982.
  54. Behind the Headlines- A Unique Learning Process for Young American Jews, JTA, Feb. 5, 1982.
  55. Cabinet Declares UN Assembly Resolution ‘Null and Void,’ JTA, Feb. 8, 1982.
  56. Mubarak Calls for Greater European Involvement in Search for Mideast Peace and for a Dialogue between the U.S. and the Palestinians, JTA, Feb. 8, 1982.
  57. Mubarak Reaffirms that after April 25 Egypt Will Increase the Process of Normalization, JTA, Feb. 8, 1982.
  58. Meese- Reagan Rejected Mubarak’s Call for U.S.-Palestinian Dialogue, JTA, Feb. 8, 1982.
  59. Arabs Launch Attack against Attali, JTA, Feb. 8, 1982.
  60. Bomb Explodes Outside the Home of the Chief Rabbi of Vienna, JTA, Feb. 8, 1982.
  61. Former Chief of Israel’s Intelligence Services Confirms Passing on to the U.S. Details Of Khrushchev’s Famous 1956 Speech, JTA, Feb. 8, 1982.
  62. Egyptian Army Delegation in Israel, JTA, Feb. 8, 1982.
  63. N.Y. Resident Has His Citizenship Revoked for Aiding Nazis in WWII, JTA, Feb. 8, 1982.

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