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September 02, 1985

The Israeli navy has intercepted a second boat off the Lebanese coast carrying Palestinian guerrillas planning an attack on Israel, a military spokesman said. The spokesman said the guerrillas belong to a Palestine Liberation Organization faction based in Amman, Jordan. They were apprehended a week after the capture of a similar rebel vessel. Israel expressed concern to King Hussein over guerrilla command posts being set up by the PLO in Jordan.

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