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H.EERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, MARCH 14, 2003 Ham Continued from page 1 .With an emphasis on Hamas, is immune," he told Army Radio. "Israel will put its hands on everyone that is involved in terror, anyone who dispatches terrorists With the goal of killing in- nocent Israelis." Mofaz de- .nied, however, that target- mg Makadme raised the level of lsrael's anti-terror opera- tions "There is no escalation here," he said. "The test is simple: involvement in ter- ror. Israel Radio quoted .SOurces in Jerusalem as say- lng that the decision to kill Makadme had been made a long time ago, but was put off several times in order to avoid hurting innocent ci- vilians. Saturday's operation fol- lOwed a week of Palestinian terror attacks that killed 18 Israelis. b On March 5, a suicide Omber detonated his explo- SiVes aboard a Haifa bus. Fif- .teen people died in the at- tack. On Saturday, the toll rose to 16 when one of the Victims succumbed to his Injuries. photo courtesy of BP lmages/JTA Israeli Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz, right, arrives with an unidentified military advisor for the weekly Cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, Sunday March 9, 2003. the United States, Britain and the European Union for the toll of Palestinian civil- Just the same, Palestin- ians launched four more rockets Sunday at Sderot, i In a second attack, two ian casualties from Israel's but caused no injuries or Sraelis were killed last Fri- anti-terror operations in the damage. day night by two gunmen Gaza Strip. In other developments, Is- Who infiltrated the West Regarding one debated in- raeli troops demolished the Bank settlement of Kiryat cident, Mofaz told the Cabi- homes of the two l-lamas Arba. net on Sunday that the gunmenwhocarriedoutlast The gunmen entered a deaths of eight Palestinians Friday night's attack in home while the family was in Gaza last week were Kiryat Arba. Celebrating Shabbat and caused by a PalestinianTroops alsodestroyedthe OPened fire. bomb that went off nearhome of the suicide bomber The dead were later iden- them -- not by an Israeli who carried out the Haifa tiffed as a husband and wife, tank shell, as the Palestin- attack. Rabbi Eli and Dina Horowitz. In another development ive others were wounded ians had claimed. The eight were killed whose significance has yet ,efore the terrorists were March 6 as Israeli troops to be seen, Arafat chose his Killed by Israeli troops, were withdrawing from the longtime No. 2 at the PLO, f- An explosives belt was Jabalya refugee camp at the MahmoudAbbas, toserve as ound on the body of one of end of a military operation prime minister. the terrorists. . . ordered in response to the Abbas, 68, also known as . Hamas claimed responsl- Haifa bus bombing. Abu Mazen, is considered bility for both attacks. Last Friday, in what was less hard-line than Arafat. Prime Minister Ariel widely described as a sig- On Saturday, the PLO's Sharon told the weekly nificant ratcheting up of 122-member Central Coun- Cabinet meeting Sunday Israel's Gaza operations, sol- cil formally decided during that the two attacks should diers took up positions in a late-night session to cre- givetheworldanideaofthe northern Gaza after Pales- ate the post of prime minis- kind of enemy Israel is up tinians repeatedly fired rock- ter. against. 1 h ets from the area in recent Abbas said that he would In recent days, Israe as weeks on the nearby Israeli have to know how much COme under criticism from town of Sderot. power the new prime minis- PAGE 13 ter will have before deciding whether to take the post. On Sunday, Sharon wel- comed the naming of Abbas, but added that Israel would "closely examine the extent of authority he is given." The Palestinian legislative coun- cil must still approve the cre- ation of the position and de- fine its responsibilities. 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