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October 18, 1974 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-18

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KGB Bars Jewish Scientists From Weekly Study Session

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Soviet secret police prevented
a group of 18 dismissed Jew-
ish -scientists from holding
their weekly seminar at the
Moscow apartment of col-
league, Prof. Aleksandr V.
Voronel,

flat, they found the lock had
been changed by the KGB
while Prof. Voronel was out
of town and the key he had
given them was useless. The
group was ordered to leave
by a militia captain, Jew-

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Preiident Ford to intercede
on behalf of Victor Polsky, a
in physicist facing trial
in Moscow on charges of
reckless driving. Polsky, who
lost his job after applying for
an exit visa to go to Israel,
has been accused of injuring
a. young woman struck by his
car last March and could be
sentenced to up to three
years' imprisonment if con-
victed.
Jewish sources say the
charges against Polsky were
fabricated after the young
'woman threw herself in front
of his car in a suicide at-
tempt.
Polsky's lawyer contends
that prosecution. of Polsky is
a maneuver to extricate the
well-connected parents of the
woman, Tamara A. Zhukov,
from a potentially difficult
legal situation.
They could presumably be
prosecuted under Soviet law
for having incited a depend=
ant person to attempt suicide,
a crime that carries a penalty
of up to five years in prison.
The young woman's father,
A. Y. Zhukov, is a promihent
official in the Ministry of In-
ternal Affairs. Her mother
works for the Moscow city
committee of the Communist
party. Miss Zhukov, who was
not seriously injured, is alaw
student and also works for a
district party committee in
Moscow.
According to the defense
brief filed last May, Miss
Zhukov admitted to Polsky,
a doctor's ambulance assist-
ant and several doctors that
she had jumped in front of
Poisky's 'car after having
argued with her parents
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tempted suicide and Zhukov
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ish sources reported.
The scientists, including
Voronel,. were all fired from
their positions at academic
and research institutions after
applying for visas to emi-
grate to Israel. They organiz-
ed the weekly seminars to
keep up with scientific de-
velopments in their fields.
The seminars were sharply
denounced by Tass, the offi-
cial Soviet news agency, as
"anti-Soviet activities camou-
flaged as science." Tass also
warned Western scientists
"caught in the mesh of Zion-
ist propaganda" against lend-
ing support to the seminars.
Nine Jewish activists in
Kiev sent separate messages
to Soviet Premier Alexei
K osy gin and Communist
Party Secretary Leonid
Brezhnev' protesting their de-
nial of exit visas.
The message to Brezhnev
said, "We have applied to
many and varied official de-
partments on numerous oc-
casions in an effort to achieve
our desire to emigrate to our
historical motherland, Israel.
However, the Kiev authori-
ties refuse to consider our
desires or our rights, there-
by ignoring the Soviet Con-
stitution."
The message charged that
because they had applied for
visas, the nine were dismis-
sed from their jobs, had their
telephones cut off, were fre-
quently arrested and sub-
j e c t e d to interrogation,
threats and beating by police
who have gone unpunished.
Meanwhile, more than 100
Soviet Jews in five cities
have appealed directly to

30—Friday, October 18, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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