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December 19, 1975 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

December 19, 1975 31

Shaarey Zedek Adopts Soviet Jew in Effort to Publicize Mistreatment

Mikhail Mager, a 30-year-
old Russian electronics engi-
neer in Vinnitsa, Ukraine;
has been "adopted" by Cong.
Shaarey Zedek in an effort
to publicize his efforts to
leave Russia, and what is
feared will be an impending
"show trial."
Ida Joyrich, a member of
the congregation and the
Detroit Committee for So-
viet Jewry, reports that
Mager has been repeatedly
interrogated and beaten by
the KGB during the last two
weeks, and denied his mail.

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His parents,. younger
_brother and fiance were al-
lowed to emigrate recently.
He. has been denied permis-
sion tO emigrate twice fol-
lowing the expiration of five
years since his service in the
Russian Army.
Mrs. Joyrich said Mager
may be charged with anti-
Soviet slander because he
wrote a letter to a newspa-
per defending his friend
Dr. Makhail Stern during
the doctor's trial last year.
Mrs. Joyrich said that
denying Mager permission
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to emigrate is a violation of
the recent Helsinki agree-
ment signed by the Soviet
Union. "He has no family
left in Russia," Mrs. Joyrich
said. "This is a classic case
of family reunification un-
der the Helsinki agree-
ment."
Shaarey Zedek and its sis-
terhood have sent money to
Mager, written messages to
him and Soviet and U.S. of-
ficials. Joyrich sug-
gests that messages should-
be sent to elected officials in
the U.S. and to the Soviet
embassy in Washington to
pressure the USSR to allow
Mager to emigrate.
In Ottawa, Prime Minis-
ter Pierre Elliott T'rudeau
received a delegation of the
Montreal and Toronto
Women's Group of 35, a
group dedicated to the aid of
Soviet Jewry.
Mrs. Elaine Dubow of
Montreal, who introduced
the delegation to the prime
minister, asked him what
the Canadian government
had to say about the viola-
tion of the human rights,
specifically about the hu-
man rights of Soviet Jews,
following the Helsinki con-
ference.
Trudeau said, "I will

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human rights clause of the
Helsinki agreement. He
added that at that time,
"the Canadian govern-
ment would be prepared to
make representations to
the Soviet government on
behalf of the Soviet Jews
who are denied their basic
human rights, one of
which is the right to leave
their country."
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Meanwhile, the Student
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Rabinov of Leningrad that
Soviet Jewish activists will
hold a hunger strike
Wednesday to mark the
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