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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-05

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16 Friday, January 5, 1919

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Secret Police Harass Soviet Jews With
All-Day Searches of Homes of Activists



entific books and articles
NEW YORK (JTA)-
Soviet secret police squads confiscated, along with
conducted all-day searches mathematical notes and
recently at the home of Vic- formulas and a permit to
for and Irina Brailovsky use the Lenin Library. Prof.
and those of three other Grigory Frieman, who was
Jewish activists, according visiting at the time, was de-
to information received by tained, but it is unclear
the'National Conference on whether charges were filed
Soviet Jewry (NCSJ). against him.
The fourth search was
The ,Brailovskys, both
doctors of science, first conducted at the home of a
applied to emigrate in 1972 Mrs. Rappaport, who is be-
and were denied permission ' lieved to be an English
because Irina allegedly had teacher. The secret police
access to secret information. took historic research mate-
Their 17-year-old son, rials dealing with the Mid-
Leonid, applied for an exit dle Ages and a number of
visa on his own at the be- philosophy books, the NCSJ
ginning of this year and also reported.
According to the Student
was refused. Victor is an or-
ganizer of the Moscow Struggle for Soviet Jewry
Seminar of Jewish Scien- (SSSJ), Dr. Iosif Begun, a
46-year-old Moscow electri-
tists.
Also searched in Moscow cal engineer, sentenced to
was the apartment of exile in Siberia for the sec-
Larissa Vilenskaya, one of and time in as many years,
22 "refusnik" women who is now in the village of
met with Deputy Minister Susuman, where tempera-
of the Interior Boris Shumi- tures are -50°F.
He has been placed in a
lin Nov. 15. Vilenskaya and
Irina Brailovsky are both small room, 40 feet square,
members of the Moscow with three other Russians
who drink and play cards,
Women'g Group.
In Leningrad, the KGB making it virtually im-
searched the apartment possible to observe the Sab-
of Gregory and Alek- bath or engage in any intel-
sandr Genusov. Both lectual activity. There is
brothers have had their neither enough nor good
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considered to have had supporters does not reach'
access to state secrets be- him.
In Ilyinka, a small
cause they were in the
Jewish farming village in
army.
The Brailovskys had sci- the Voronezh region
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some 500 miles from Mos-
cow, commissar Victor
Tarasov continues what
the SSSJ called "a reign
of terror" over its inhabi-
tants, 130 Jewish
families, 90 percent of
whom are still intensely
devout and who seek to
emigrate to Israel.
Dvora Matveeva told the
SSSJ that both Tarasov and
the local emigration office
refuse to pass on to them the
affidavits sent to them by
relatives in Israel which are
a prerequisite for exit appli-
cations.
In Tashkent, 42-year-old
widow Svetlana Levina, a
physician, is barred from
joining her son Ilya in Is-
rael, ostensibly because her
mother, who lives in an-
other city, does not assent to
her emigration. Levina's
widow's pension has now
been cut off for half a year
and she and her second son
Anton are in dire financial
straits, the SSSJ reported.

In London, it was learned
that anti-Semites in the
Soviet Communist Party
have now become so power-
ful that they are openly
proposing to make anti-
Semitism rather than
Marxism-Leninism the offi-
cial creed of the Soviet
Union.
Some of them also propose
a "final solution" of the
Jewish problem in terms
reminiscent of Hitler before
his rise to power.
This is the theme 'of the
cover article in the latest
issue of the New States-
man, the respected left
wing British weekly, by
Reuben Ainsztein, an
authority on Soviet af-
fairs and author of a mas-
sive study of Jewish re-
sistance under the
Holocaust.
The article begins by
claiming that anti-
Semitism is already the "of-
ficial doctrine" of the Soviet
armed forces and that "what
unites the Russian new
right is anti-Semitism and a
racial fear of China."
Meanwhile, in Moscow, a
three-day intenaational.sci-

entific seminar organized
by Jewish scientists who
lost their positions after
applying to emigrate has
been held successfully.
Three Americans, one
British and seven French
scientists participated in
the seminar. •
In a related develop-
ment, 13-year-old Davi
Shwarzman will cele
rate his Bar Mitzva
Saturday in Moscow, not
an easy task when the
government prohibits the or44
establishment of Hebrew
schciols and the teaching
of the Hebrew language.
David is the son of
Anatoly and Eugenia
Shwarzman, Soviet re-
fuseniks. They have been
waiting to emigrate to Is-
rael since 1975. Both
engineers, the Shwarzmans
lost their jobs upon applying •
to emigrate.
It was learned that Soviet
allowed
authorities
30,000-31,000 Jews to emi-
grate in 1978, more than
double the number allowed
to leave in 1977.
6-•
In a related development,
Soviet authorities have
allowed the publication in a
national magazine of a book
by Soviet Jewish author
Anatoly Rybakov, detailing
the sufferings of Russian
Jews during World War II.
Rybakov's work is written
ems4
in Russian.
"Heavy
Entitled,
Sand," the book has re-
ceived much acclaim and .._
because of the phenom-
enon, government offi-
cials have regarded it
favorably in the press.
According to the New
York Times, "publication
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coincided with the appear-
ance of a new Yiddish musi-
cal theater in the remote
4
Asian region of Birobid-
zhan, which was estab-
lished as the Jewish Auton-
omous Region in 1934. Also,
a traveling Yiddish musical
comedy troupe appeared re-
cently in Moscow for the
first time in four years. Tie
4
troupe's show closed after
nine performances, played
and •1
packed
before
enthusiastic audiences."

Negev Plans Are Revealed



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south of the Dead Sea. In
addition, three experim
tal settlements will be
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tablished on the Nege
Central Plateau, south of
Beersheba.
Weitz said that an exist- • 1
ing plan for digging a canal

from the Mediterranean to
the Dead Sea is almost op-
erable. The canal will ex-
tend from an area- near the
Gaza Strip, cross the Negev
and end with a waterfall
south of the' Dead Sea.
The canal; he said, will
also enable the digging of
two artificial lakes in the
Negev whose functions will
include supplying cooling
Settlements presently lo- water for nuclear power sta-
cated in the coastal area be- tions.
tween Eilat and Sharm El
The 410,000 British Jews
Sheikh in the Sinai Penin-
sula will be moved to Kikar are served by 375
Sdom (the Plain of Sodom), synagogues.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Jewish Agency and the
government of Israel plan
three new settlement
regions in the Negev,
Raanan Weitz, co-chairman
of the World Zionist Organ-
ization Settlement Depart-
ment, told a meeting of im-
Migrants this week at
Kibutz Ramat Rahel. near
Jerusalem. _Under the new
plan, settlements presently
located in the Rafah Salient
and the Yamit region of ,
Sinai will be moved to the
new region of Pithat
S7aalom (peace opening) in
the northwest corner of the

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