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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-25

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KievvJews Arrestedt -Outside Synagogue;
Widow of Markish Threaten s -Suicide

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NEW YORK (JTA)—Ten- Jews is that the Soviet authorities
were arrested outside the syna- "value your work very highly as
gogue in Kiev, Ukraine, last Sat- you are a very useful person, and
urday.- aster Sabbath services, it they have decided you must live in
was reported by the National Con- the Soviet Union."
ference on Soviet Jewry.
Mrs. Markish is an elderly
As of Sunday night they had not woman; her son, David, has been
been released, according to NCS.1, reduced to manual labor as a re-
which did not report a reason for sult of their Zionist activities in
the arrests.
Moscow.
(Officials of the Chicago chapter
After meeting with the colonel,
of the American Jewish Commit- both Mrs. Markish and her son
tee told the JTA that 20 Jews publicly renounced their Soviet
in Kiev, congregating outside the citizenships.
synagogue waiting for services to
The NCSJ also reported that
start last Friday night, were at-
the resistance of Jewish political
tacked by hooligans who shouted
prisoners against repressions has
"There should be another Babi
"stiffened!"
Yar." All the Jews were reported-
Five prisoners in Camp 17A of
ly arrested. Nineteen were released the Potma complex in Soviet Mor-
shortly; it is not known why the dovia launched a hunger strike
20th was being held.)
Feb. 7 because "earlier complaints
The incident was recounted have gone unheeded," the NCSJ
said. The five were joined in a
over the telephone by two Jew-
"solidarity strike" Feb. 17 by five
ish activists in -Moscow, Leila
prisoners in Camp 7.
Kornfeld and Boris Kogan.
Kogan also reported that 50 Mos- Rabbi Denies KGB Will Appoint
cow Jews, mostly lawyers, met Odessa Rabbi as Moscow Chief
with Soviet Interior Minister Niko-
ELIZABETH, N.J. (JTA) — An
lai Schelokov to ask for emigration American Orthodox rabbi said a
permits, but were turned down be- story out of Jerusalem on Sunday
cause they are specialists.
that the KGB (Soviet secret po-
In New York, the Student Strug- lice) would appoint Rabbi Israel
gle for Soviet Jewry said more Schwartzblat of Odessa as rabbi
than 130 Jews from Moscow and of Moscow's Choral Synagogue
Wilna—scientists, doctors, acade- was "not true."
micians and lawyers—received a
At a news conference Sunday,
similar rebuff Friday from Tichon three men identified as rabbis who
Mikhallovich Shukayev of the in- had left the Soviet Union within
terior ministry, assistant chief of die past two years, Dr. Gevarinou
administrative management of Pacharsky, former chairman of the
police, who supervises exit applica- Jewish community in Leningrad,
tions.
Israel Bronfman of Odessa and
The Student Struggle disclosed Yaacob Alishevitz of Moscow,
that Esther Markish, widow of the claimed that Rabbi Schwartzblat
martyred Russian Jewish poet was the Soviet government's can-
Peretz Markish, has now threaten- didate for the position because
ed to commit suicide if an exit visa he was a KGB agent.
to Israel is not given to her and
In a statement to the Jewish
her son, David.
Telegraphic Agency, Rabbi Pin-
Peretz Markish, a leading Soviet
chas M. Teitz, rosh yeshiva
Jewish intellectual, was brutally
(head) of the Jewish Education
murdered by Stalin on August 12,
Center of Elizabeth, former
1952, along with 23 other major presidium member of the Union
Russian Jewish figures.
of Orthodox Rabbis of the United
The threat was made to a
States and Canada, denounced
colonel in Ovir, the section of the
the story as "a lie."
Soviet Ministry of Interior deal-
Rabbi Teitz, who just returned
ing with exit applications. Sev-
from a 10-day visit (his sixth) to
eral months ago, the Markish
the Soviet Union, said the three
family was told it could emi-
men named in Sunday's story were
grate, and Mrs. Markish began
not even rabbis. "They are
to terminate their affairs and
shohetim (kosher slaughterers)
sold much of their belongings.
who have been ._out of the Soviet
Permission was suddenly revok-
Union for between five and eight
ed and Mrs. Markish has be-
years and have no knowledge of
come desperate.
what is happening in that country,"
The colonel told Mrs. Markish he said.
that the reason she could not leave
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of the Choral Synagogue, and
Rabbi Schwartzblat's name "was

in deve • g „that xapprochentertt
and in Ding so might seriously
hurt developing relations between
Israel and the Vatican because of
his "distinctly anti-Israel, anti-Jew-
ish attitudes."
The League said- that Sider's
reputation as an anti-Semite
came to light daring his service
as an aide - to Gen. Itneerslaw
Mocsar, _fanner Polish minister
of Werke., ht . charge of -the
secret. petite. It Was It that pest-
-flab that Sider Was a leader of

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replete_livith misquotes,' misinter-
pretations, contradictions and blat-
ant anti-Semitic canards."
Its basic premise is- that "an
international Jewish conspiracy"
has long sought to take over the
Middle East and that the motivation

of this ambition is the "making of
money and the establishinent of
tyrannical political power."
Forster noted that Sidor's theme
in discussing the. Arab-Israeli wars

is one
and
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. aggression
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atrocities 'toward Arabs.

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tot even mentioned."
The three men in Jerusalem
do a disservice to the cause of
Soviet Jewry when they make that
kind of unfounded exaggerated
statement, Rabbi Teitz said.

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23 Moscow Jews Protest Death
of Jewish Teen-Ager in Toulouse
New York (JTA)—Twenty-three
Moscow Jews have written what
they call a "sharp" protest to the
mayor of Toulouse, France, over
the death of 14-year-old Roger
Allouche following alleged beatings
by anti-Semitic schoolmates.
The Muscovites, the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry reported,
said the incident was significant in
that France has had a tradition
of "reason and humanism." They
noted that "assimilation is not pro-
tection against anti-Semitism,"
apparently a reference to the fact
that Allouche attended Jesuit
school.
The Toulouse authorities and
French Jewish groups are investi-
gating the death of Allouche, who
was buried Jan. 31.

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