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Turkish Newspaper Suspended for Three Days for Attacking Jews

A front-page attack on Jews has cost the newspaper Buyuk Dogu (Great East) a three-day suspension, according to a military communique issued here. The newspaper has a small circulation.

The article, by Necip Fazil Kisakurek, who has served several prison terms for similar offenses, charged that the Jews had, throughout their history, sought to destroy Turkey. It also saddled the Jews with responsibility for a revolt within the Democratic Party against its leader, Premier Adnan Menderes, and charged that the attack was a cover for an attempt by the Jews to destroy the party.