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June 22, 1973 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
6—Friday, June 22, 1973

Terror "Back in Germany

Grave May Hold
Victims of Nazis

Palestinians
New Threat

ROME (JTA) — Workmen
building a housing complex
at San Remo have discover-
ed a large common grave
believed to contain the re-
mains of Nazi victims in this
Italian Riviera city.
The grave came to light
when workmen were ex-
cavating foundations on a
piece of 'aril adjacent to the
villa used by the Gestapo
during their wartime occu-
pation of Italy.
Since the bones discovered
were mixed up and appear
to have been dissolved by
quicklime, police said it was
impossible to say how many
persons were buried there.
Police first worked on the
assumption that the bones
resulted from an ordinary
crime, but then said the
grave probably was the work
of the Nazis.
A search is now being con-
ducted for other graves in
the immediate area. Local
associations of ex-partisans
and former prisoners of war
have asked to take custody
of the remains in order to
place them in a shrine.

BONN (JTA)—The West
German Security Services
said in a report released
Monday that the Palestinine
Liberation Organization and
various Arab terrorist groups
aligned with it were the most
serious perpetrators of vio-
lence in this country last
year.
The report, published by
the Federal Office for the
Protection of the Constitu-
tion in Cologne, said that
"Nearly all Palestinian re-
sistence groups advocate at-
tacks on Israeli targets out-
side the Middle East crisis
area and also on people and
installations in states which
they consider to support
Zionism and Imperialism.'
The report listed among
the "conspiratorial cells"
linked to the PLO, El Fatah
and its information service,
"Dijhaz al Rasd," the Maoist
Popular Front for the Liber-
ation of Palestine and the
Maoist Popular Democratic
Front for the Liberation of
Palestine.
Of these, El Fatah is the
best organized and most ef-
fective. the report said. It
had cells in 15 West German
cities in 1972 and possibly in
23 cities now.
The report noted that the
General Unions of Pales-
tinian Students and Workers
was banned in West Ger-
many last- October in the
aftermath of the Sept. 5
Munich massacre of 11 Is-
raeli Olympic athletes. A
West Berlin court upheld the
ban a few days ago on
grounds that it continues to
be a menace to West German
security.
According to the security
services, the Palestinian Stu-
dents and Workers Unions
had about 1,500 members.
Security authorities estimate
that there are between 5,000
and 8,000 Palestinian aliens
presently living in West
Germ any.
The report said that the
Munich massacre led to
counter-terrorist acts against
Arabs. It mentioned the
"Masada Action and Defense
Movement," which claimed
credit for an attack on a
Palestinian bookshop in Paris
last October and is believed
to be responsible for letter
bombs mailed to Arabs here
and for the attempted mur-
der of a Jordanian medical
student in Erlangen last
November.

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Ultra-Right Is
Losing Ground

Two Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund committees have de-
clared the remainder of June
as a period of intensive effort
to increase payments of
Campaign pledges.
The cash mobilization and
collection review committees
are joining efforts to acceler-
ate the collection of cash
necessary for efficient ab-
sorption of the large number
of immigrants arriving in
Israel from the Soviet Union.
Louis Berry, chairman of
Detroit's AJC-TEF cash mo-
bilization committee, quoted
a telegram from Jewish
Agency Chairman Louis Pin-
cus at last week's meeting
of community and campaign
leaders called to organize the
two-committee effort.
Pincus' cable urged efforts
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immigrants who have arrived
from the Soviet Union will
have to wait for essential
humanitarian service. Such
services include housing, ul-
panim, eduction of children
and vocational training for
adults.
Berry's committee workers
and those led by I. William
Sherr, chairman of the col-
lection review committee,
will be contacting persons
who have pledged to the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund.
Berry and Sherr also asked
that Campaign contributors
respond promptly to the re-
cent tbilling for payment of
pledges. They said, "The
need for cash is immediate

BONN (JTA)—The extreme
right wing continued to lose
ground in West Germany
last year and poses no
present danger to the state,
according to a report by the
security services released by
Interior Minister Hans Diet-
rich Genscher at a press
conference here Friday.
The report cited the de-
cline of the neo-Nazi Na-
tional Democratic Party
(NPD) and other radical
right groups and a sharp
drop in acts of terror and
violence by right-wing ex-
tremists between 1971 and 72.
The over-all membership
in rightist groups dropped
slightly — from 25,000 in 1971
to 23,000 in 1972, and the
number of such groups
dropped from 129 to 123 in
the same period.
NPD membership fell from
28,000 in 1969 to about 14,500
last year. The party, while
not broken, has been crippled
by the lack of financial con-
tributions and is no longer
represented in the provincial
parliaments, the report
noted.
Other right-wing groups
also have lost public support.
Acts of violence by right-
wing extremists fell from 428
cases in 1971 to 263 cases
last year. But radical right
newspapers and periodicals
enjoyed a rise in circulation,
and their number increased
from 55 in 1971 to 60 in 1972.
They now have a total cir-
culation of over 200,000 of
which the Deutsche National
Zeitung accounts for 112,000,
the report said. It concluded,
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