TERRORISM: Blackmail in Vienna

Jordan's King Hussein may reasonably feel confident about being able to handle the fedayeen. Others have good reason to fear their random outbursts of terrorism. Among the guerrillas' priority targets are Soviet Jews emigrating to Israel at the rate of 30,000 a year. Twice this year fedayeen groups set out to attack Schönau Castle in Vienna where the refugees, who travel from Russia to Austria by train, are quartered midway in their exodus. Both times the attackers were spotted beforehand and arrested. Two months ago, another terrorist band killed four innocent travelers at Athens airport when it confused a...

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