The Law: Detained: Israeli Jews In The Dragnet

Last year, on her first trip to the U.S., Rachel Sabag, an Israeli, went to the predictable tourist spots--San Francisco, Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. On Oct. 1, 2001, she visited America again--this time to experience the magic of Findlay, Ohio. Sabag, 25, her boyfriend and nine other young Israelis moved into a Findlay apartment complex (45 miles south of Toledo) and signed a six-month lease, but they didn't get to stay long. On Oct. 31 Rachel and her comrades were taken into custody by three dozen federal agents, even though as Israeli Jews they are perhaps the least likely...

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