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f ISRAEL-FEDAYEEN: Tel Aviv seems certain to avenge the murder oi Its Olympic participants last night. The Israelis could allow the feeling ofin the international community to suffice for the present, but domestic sentimentesponse is building and any reprisal action could be severe. Fedayeen installations in Lebanon and Syria aretargets, particularly those sites known by the Israelis to be occupied by Fatah, which uses the Black September organizationover name for its terrorist actions. The Israelis could also choose to strike directly at their Arab neighbors as they regard them as the hosts of the commandos, and as such responsible for their actions. There are several thousand guerrillas harbored inLebanon, the site of previous Israeli military reactions, and still other thousands residing near Dara in Syria.
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