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January 13, 1978 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-13

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8 Friday, January 13, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Law School Deans Lash Russia, Support Sharansky

(Continued from Page 1)

investigators to Sharansky's
brother, Leonid, indicated
pre-trial investigations are
nearly completed. The re-
ports added, however, that
it could be several more
weeks or even months be-
fore any final decision about
the trial would be known.
One of the KGB
investigators indicated that
the charge against
Sharansky remains that of

Temple University Law
School, was forwarded last
Friday to Brezhnev. "Never
in memory have so many
law school deans united in
support of a single cause, -
Liacouras said.
Meanwhile, Soviet secu-
rity police told Sharansky's
family to find him a lawyer,
according to reports from
Moscow. The reported
request by two senior KGB

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of Councils for Soviet Jews,
which reported the hunger
strike, also said that Kuz-
netsov has been hospitalized
as a result of his fast and is
being force-fed.
Ilya Glezer, a Soviet Jew-
ish Prisoner of Conscience,
has been released from his
sentence in exile and told to
reapply to emigrate. Pres-
ently residing in Moscow,
Glezer, a biologist from
Kharkov, was sentenced to
three years in prison and
three years in exile in Au-
gust 1972 on grounds of dis-
seminating "anti-Soviet
propaganda."
Exactly one month after
he and his mother applied

In a related development,
Soviet Jewish Prisoner of
Conscience Edward Kuzet-
sov is in his third week of
what he declared was a hun-
ger strike "to the death" in
the Potma labor ramp.

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declared that he will remain
on strike until he and all the
other Jewish POCs are re-
leased. His wife, Sylva Zal-
manson, was released after
serving four years of a 10-
year prison term and is now
residing in Israel.
The Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry and the Union

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for exit visas in January
1972, Glezer was arrested
and charged with "anti-So-
viet propaganda, slander
and other crimes. - In par-
ticular, he was jailed for
having written a letter to
President Nikolai Podgorny
substantiating the existence
of anti-Semitism in the So -
viet Union.
His two-day trial was held
behind closed doors with his
mother and relatives barred
from the courtroom.
Throughout his ordeal, and
even in appeals from prison,
Gezer maintained that his
only "crime" was his
fervent desire to live in
Israel.

Programs on Nazis are Planned

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The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at Wayne State
University and the Detroit
Jewish Workshop, a coali-
tion of Detroit-area college
students and young adults
who meet at the Hillel
House in Oak Park, have
planned a series of events
to protest the Nazis.
The WSU students erected
a display in the WSU Stu-
dent Center Building show-
ing "scenes of daily life
under Nazi rule." _

Howard Simons, of the
American Civil Liberties
Union in Detroit, will dis-
cuss "Do Nazis nave
Rights?" on Jan. 26 at Oak-
land University's Oakland
Center and following 6 p.m.
services and dinner Jan. 27
at Hillel House.

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Jan. 29 in the Holy Redee-
mer Church across Vernor
from the Nazi bookstore,
and at 8 p.m. that day at
Cong. Beth Shalom. A rep-
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Haplayta—Survivors of the
Holocaust—will speak after
each showing of the film.
Meanwhile, a Westland
man was arrested last week
on bad check charges and
police officers found Nazi
propaganda, a German pis-
tol and hand granades, Nazi
uniforms, literature and
swastika emblems in the
man's apartment and bank
safe deposit boxes.

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