TEL AVIV (Jan. 15)
Arab terrorist group leaders are studying Hebrew from a textbook prepared in Amman in order to pose as Israeli soldiers, a Nablus military court disclosed today. The disclosure was made during hearings in the case of Ahmed Wahid Katalani who is accused of membership in Al Saaiqa, a Syrian-sponsored guerrilla group. According to the testimony. Katalani knew Hebrew and used that language to pose as an Israeli soldier and collect food for his men who were hiding in the hills.