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July 25, 1975 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 25, 1975 13

USSR Releases Two Soviet Jews

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Two Soviet Jews, who were
sentenced to five years im-
prisonment in the second
Leningrad Trial in May 1971
have been released, the Na-
tional Conference on Soviet
Jewry reported.
The two prisoners of con-
science, Lev Yagman, 35,

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have been told they must
leave the USSR by Aug. 8.
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June 15, 1970 and were
charged with anti-Soviet
agitation and undermining
Soviet power. Both of their
wives are already living in
Israel.
The NCSJ also reported
that Vladimir Markman,
one of the first Jews in Sver-
dlovsk to apply to emigrate,
left for Israel this week. In
April, 1972 Markman was
sentenced to three years for
anti-Soviet activity after he
applied for an emigration
visa and also fought for the
release of his friend Valery
Kukui.
Anna Berkovskaya, who
was sentenced last year
along with her husband,
Yuri, after applying for
exit visas, has been re-
leased under the amnesty
for the International
Women's Year, the NCSJ
said. Sources in the USSR
say she is in poor health.
Her husband is still in a
labor camp.
The Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry reported that
Dr. Ovsei Gelman, a
43-year-old Tibilisi activist
physicist, haS received per-
mission to emigrate to Is-
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Dr. Gelman was dis-
missed from his post as di-
rector of the laboratory of
the Cybernetics Institute of
the Georgian SSR when he
applied to leave. The SSSJ
suggested that he received
his visa because a group of
Western scientists who are
attending an upcoming con-
ference in Tibilisi were
planning "to do public battle
for Dr. Gelman."
The SSSJ noted that de-
spite all the harassments
from the Soviet. government
the number of people apply-
ing for exit visas to go to Is-
rael is increasing.
In New York, the NCSJ
and the Conference of
Presidents of Major Amer-
ican Jewish organizations
have voiced opposition to
any changes in the Jack-
son-Vanik amendment to
the Trade Act without an
improvement in the Soviet
Union's restrictive emi-
gration policy.
The two groups issued a
joint statement following a
meeting between President
Ford and several of the 17
Senators who recently vis-
ited the Soviet Union.
The statement said:
"Without any prior signs of
positive performance we
oppose new efforts to mod-
ify those vital portions of
the Trade Act which link
trade policies to the emigra-
tion practices of non-market
countries.
"With respect to the So-
viet. Union, that perform-
ance has been shockingly
poor. In the last six months
Soviet authorities could
have demonstrated their
positive intentions in regard
to international obligations
on emigration, without any
connection to trade matters.
Instead Jewish emigration
has been slashed to its low-
est point in years, and more
Jews were imprisoned for
emigration-related inci-
dents.
"In our view the ball is
now in the Soviet court and
before any thought can be
given to modifying the law
of the land we must see ac-
tion by the Soviets: an end
to the harassment of Jews,
unhampered emigration for
those Jews who wish to
leave, and the equality of
treatment in the USSR for
Jews. While we support ef-
forts to improve relations
between our two great na-
tions, we also believe that
the Soviet Union should be
more responsive to the sen-
timents of the American
People in regard to basic hu-
man rights."

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