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May 05, 1978 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-05

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14 Friday, May 5, 1918

THE DETROIT 1119191 NEWS

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Delegates Not Convinced by Poland's Jewish Week

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Leaders of the Jewish dele-
gations that attended the
inauguration of the Jewish
pavilion on the site of the
Auschwitz concentration
camp last week are not
completely satisfied with
the steps Poland has taken.
Anszel Reiss, president of
the World Federation of
Polish Jews, Stefan Grayek,
chairman of the World Fed-
eration of Jewish Partisans
and Anti-Nazi Fighters and
Judge Moshe Baisky, repre-
sentative of the Yad Vas-
hem Holocaust Memorial in
Jerusalem, agreed that the
Jewish pavilion repre-

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sented the first acknowl-
edgement by the Polish
authorities that the princi-
pal victims at Auschwitz
were Jews, not simply
Polish citizens. But they
complained that no Israeli
flags were flown at the
ceremonies and rejected the
Polish explanation that
there was no Israel when
Auschwitz Jews met their
death.
They also noted that no
Polish officials — neither
those attending the cere-
mony nor those in Warsaw
— mentioned the estab-
lishment of diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel. One
minister who spoke at the
Auschwitz site expressed

Prisoner Swap Leaves Hope
for a Deal for Shcharansky

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rabbi Ronald Greenwald, of
Monsey, New York, be-
lieves imprisoned Soviet
Jewish activist Anatoly
Shcharansky may eventu-
ally be released as part of an
international prisoner ex-
change deal similar to the
one in which he helped free

Europe Rejects
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
European Football (soccer)
Association has rejected Is-
rael's application for mem-
bership. Last year, Israel
was ousted from the Asian
Games and Football Asso-
ciation in which the Arab
states and China constitute
the majority.
Sixteen countries sup-
ported Israel's application,
including Sweden and West
Germany. But that was far
short of the 25 majority
needed.
The Soviet-led Com-
munist bloc was opposed.
Britain's abstention came
as a surprise and may have
influenced other countries.

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hope for better relations
with Jews "wherever they
live" which was taken by
some present to include re-
lations with Israel.
The delegates said they
were not sure what moti-
vated the "Jewish Week"
in Poland on the occasion
of the 33rd anniversary of
the liberation of Au-
schwitz unless it was a
desire to improve Po-
land's image among Jews
and in the West generally.
Yitzhak Koren, chairman
of the Israeli Executive of
the World Jewish Congress,
said it was up to Poland to
demonstrate its intentions
by further moves.
The delegates said they

a young Israeli pilot, Miron
Marcus, from a jail in
Mozambique.
While the Shcharansky
case has burgeoned into a
world-wide Free
Shcharansky Movement,
Marcus, 24, languished in a
prison cell for 19 months,
his plight virtually un-
known to the outside world.
Rabbi Greenwald was ap-
proached by Israeli Knesset
member Samuel Flatto-
Sharon to aid Marcus.
Greenwald approached Rep.
Benjamin Gilman (R-NY).
The rabbi said the only
other person involved was
East German lawyer
Wolfgang Vogel.
The swap involved
Marcus, American stu-
dent Alan Van Norman
who was held by East
Germany, and Robert G.
Thompson, a convicted
spy serving a term at the
federal prison at Lewis-
burg, Pa. Rabbi Green-
wald refused to release
details of the swap.

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would wait to see if the
Poles actually complete the
Jewish pavilion as promised
by introducing signs in He-
brew and Yiddish, by in-
cluding in the section de-
voted to Jewish resistance
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Jewish Brigade that fought
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