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March 09, 1979 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18 Friday, March 9, 1919

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- NEW YORK (JTA) — De-
spite official harassment
and the banishment of •a
major teacher, Dr. Joseph
Begun, to Siberia, the unof-
ficial teaching of Hebrew is
very much alive in Moscow,
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and Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews. It is estimated
there -are 30 teachers and
500 pupils of Hebrew in the
capital.
Hebrew teachers gather
every other week for their
own meeting. Both teachers
and pupils are planning to
celebrate the 100th an-
niversary of Hebrew as a
modern language during
the second week of March,
which coincides with the
second anniversary of
Anatoly Shcharansky's ‘ar-
rest.
Avital
Meanwhile,
Shcharansky, Anatoly's
wife, has arrived in the U.S.
for a speaking tour under
the auspices of the UCSJ,
with the cooperation of the
SSSJ. She will also consult
with scientists and legis-
lators. Mrs. Shcharansky
will seek to renew Ameri-
can-efforts for her husband's
release. s

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American scientists, in-
cluding 13 winners of the
Nobel Prize, pledged to
sharply curtail all co-
operation with the Soviet
Union to protest its im-
prisonment of dissident
scientists Yuri Orlov and
Shcharansky.

.

Orlov, a 55-year-old
high-energy physicist, was
chairman of the Helsinki
monitoring group. He was
convicted in May 1978 on
charges of anti-Soviet ac-
tivity, and was sentenced to

Aide to Iranians

WASHINGTON (JTA)
Former Sen. James
Abourezk (D-S.D.), the chief
apologist for the Palestine
Liberation Organization in
his single term in the Se-
nate which ended in
January, is now the legal
representative here of the
emissary of the Iranian
leader Ayatollah Ruhollah
Khomeini,, Shariar
Rouhani, who is spokesman
for Khoumeini's interim
committee to oversee the ac-
tivities of the Iranian dip-
lomatic corps in the U.S.

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BERKELEY, Calif. (JTA)
— An exhibit of 77 paint-
ings and drawings by Jews
during their imprisonment
in Nazi concentration
camps and ghettos will be
shown by the Magnes
Museum through March 28.

The exhibit was brought
to the United States from
the Holocaust Museum at
the Ghetto Fighters kibutz
in Israel.

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seven years in prison at
hard labor.
Shcharansky worked
with Orlov on the Helsinki
watch group. He was jailed
in March 1977, tried in July
1978 on espionage charges,
and sentenced to 13 years in
prison at hard labor.
In Geneva, the governing
body of the International
Labor Organization said it
will discuss the treatment of
Soviet Jews.

ment, more than 2,400

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Levich to Accept
Einstein Chair
at City College?

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Benjamin Levich, the
world-renowned Soviet
Jewish scientist and ac-
tivist leader who emigrated
to Israel late last year, will
continue to make his home
in Israel and his main aca-
demic base at Tel Aviv Uni-
versity.
Levich, who arrived here
on a visit earlier this week,
is expected to be offered the
Einstein Chair, a distin-
guished professorship at
City College, by the New
York State Board of Re-
gents. But he has imposed
two conditions which the
board is expected to accept:
He will teach at City Col-
lege only during the spring
semester, spending the rest
of the academic year at Tel
Aviv University, where he
has been named to a chair in
physiochemical mechanics
and where a research team
is being established for him;
and members of his Tel Aviv
University research team
will be permitted to help
him teach his classes at City
College.

Recent remarks by
President Carer, char-
acterizing the remaining
differences between Egypt
and Israel as "insignificant"
were criticized by Michigan
Sens. Carl Levin and
Donald Riegle and by Con-
William
gressmen
Brodhead and James Blan- ,
chard at the urging of
Jewish Community Council-
President John Shepherd.
Sen. Levin stated in a let-
ter to the - President that
"your recent characteriza-
tion of the remaining dif-
ferences in the negotiations
as 'absolutely insignificant'
threatens to undermine the
vital role of the United-
States as mediator."

Brodhead, Riegle and
Blanchard said they
would be in touch with
the Carter Administra-
tion.

The recent remarks by
Carter also were criticized
by Shepherd in letters to the
editor in local newspapers.

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