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March 31, 1972 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-31

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Passover -Amnesty Requ6A-ed _for Soviet Jewish Prisoners

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NEW YORK (JTA)—The Student grading searches and physical as- to the Soviet Embassy in Washing-
ton, rejected by the embaksy and
returned to the main post office
building where it was destroyed
Tuesday.
A postal- official said the matzot
was destroyed because it presented
-a - potential health - problem. The

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be met hy Jewish Defense Lea
demonstrators and Cuban Fe

protesting the ship's visit. -JDL pro-:
testers demonstrated arainat treat-
ment of Jews in the Soviet Union,
The Cubans burned a-Ruisian Lag
in sight of crew metnbers..

basement believed to harbor ver-
min.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
6—Friday, March 31, 1972

Robert Kohler, the regional ADL
director, said matzot had been
selected as "a symbol of freedom."
Meanwhile, Soviet authorities

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who recently barred Jews from
attending the synagogue in Kiev,

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have made two exceptions, it
was learned from reports reach-
ing Tel Aviv from the Soviet
Union.

Kiev Jews have been permitted
to attend their synagogue on Pass-
over and the Sabbath preceding it.
But they were warned that attend-
ance at any other time would be
regarded as an illegal political
gathering and offenders would be
subjected to arrest.
According to earlier reports,
Lena Ulmanskya, 27, who was ar-
rested at the synagogue Feb. 19

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synagogue again she- will -tie jailed-
for Jane -year:-
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ported that the authorities there
are preparing a trial for five Jews
active in the struggle for aliya.
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who issued a Passover message
which declared "We shall over-
come."
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