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December 05, 1975 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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30 December 5, 1975

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The World Organization of
Jews from Arab Countries
(WOJAC), founded in Paris
last week, will act in behalf
of the humanitarian, moral
and material rights of the
more than 700,000 Jews
forced to flee Arab coun-
tries after the establish-
ment of Israel in 1948 and
the rights of their progeny,
Knesset Deputy Speaker
Mordechai Ben-Porat said.
Ben-Porat, who is of Orien-
tal background, was the in-
itiator of the new organiza-
tion.
With the heavy focus on
rights of Palestinian refu-
gees in international for-
urns, the time is now ripe to
bring the rights of Jewish
refugees to the world's at-
tention, Ben Porat said.
Ben-Porat noted that
586,286 Jews from Arab
lands have settled in Israel
and at least 200,000 more
have emigrated to France,
England and North and
South America. Through

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natural increase, their num-
bers now amount to about
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WOJAC's claim is that
while many of these Jews
went to Israel out of Zion-
ist sentiments, they were,
at the same time bona fide
refugees forced by repres-
sion and persecution to
leave the Arab countries of
their birth and abandon
not only centuries of esta-
blished culture and tradi-
tion but a wealth of public
and private property that
has since been seized by
the Arab authorities.

Ben-Porat observed that
Israel has absorbed nearly
600,000 of these refugees
while the Arab states have
taken in an almost identical
number of Arabs who left
Israel. In effect, this was an
exchange of populations in
the Middle East and WO-
JAC apparently intends to
use that argument in bal-
ancing the claims of Jewish
refugees against those of
the Arabs.

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Mrs. Ryan May Get Jail Term
for Alleged Nazi War Crime's

DUESSELDORF (JTA)
— The judge in the war
crimes trial here of 16
guards and officers of the
Nazi Maidanek death camp
was scheduled to rule
Thursday on a defense mo-
tion to drop charges of mass
murder against a former
Queens housewife, the first
person to be extradited from
the United States on suspi-
cion of such crimes.
Mrs. Hermine Braunstei-
ner Ryan, 56, is one of six
women and 10 men indicted
on charges of killing at least
250,000 men, women and
children between 1941 and
1944, most of them Jews, at
the camp near Lublin, Po-
land.
Indictments have not
been presented yet. But the
former New York City
housewife allegedly is
charged with responsibility
for the death of an undis-
closed number of inmates,
specifically selecting prison-
ers for the gas chambers
and assisting in the hanging
of a Polish girl.
Mrs. Braunsteiner Ryan's
defense lawyer asked the
court to drop the charges
against her on the grounds
that she was an Austrian ci-
tizen at the time and that
the offenses of which she is
accused were committed
outside Germany.

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already had served three
years in her native Austria
for torturing prisoners
when she met her future
American husband, Rus-
sell Ryan, a mechanical
worker, in 1957.

They were married in
Canada in 1958 and moved
to New York the following
year. She was naturalized in
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Hebrew U. Team
Finds 'First Wall'

JERUSALEM — Arche-
ologists excavating in the
Jewish Quarter of the Old
City of Jerusalem have
found a Hasmonean city-
wall tower (Second Century
BCE) built up against a
massive defense structure
from the Israelite period
(Seventh-Eighth centuries
BCE) — seeming to con-
firm, for the first time, the
testimony of the ancient
Jewish historian Josephus
Flavius, who wrote of a
"First Wall" from the time
of the ki'lgs.
The excavations are being,
carried out for for the sev-
enth season by a team of ar-
cheologists , led by Prof.
Nahman Avigad of the He-
brew University Institute of
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Prof. Avigad announced
that a further cleaning of
the Israelite defense struc-
ture revealed a burned floor
of beaten earth covered with
charred timber and ashes.
Spread on the floor were a
number of arrowheads.

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the capture of Jerusalem by
the Babylonians in 586
BCE.

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