TEL AVIV (Jul. 17)
In September 1970 when the Raab family of Trenton, New Jersey, was aboard 2 TWA plane that was hijacked by Arab terrorists and landed at Zarka airstrip in Jordan, David, the eldest of five children, decided that if his family emerged unhurt from the affair he would see that they emigrated to Israel.
Menachem Raab, the father, was the rabbi in his community. He and his wife, Sarah, said that David was among the few Jews who were separated from the other passengers and kept somewhere else. It was then that David decided he would come to Israel if he emerged alive. David came to Israel last year and asked and pleaded with his family to follow him. Yesterday they arrived and went to Jerusalem where they will make their home.