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June 22, 1979 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 22, 1919 19

Timerman Son Says Father
Held for Defending Jews

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Hector Timerman charged
that his father, Jacobo
Timerman, founder and
former editor and publisher
of the Buenos Aires daily La
Opinion, has been incarcer-
ated by the Argentine
authorities since April
1977, without trial and
without charges filed
against him, only because
he "defended the interests of
the Jewish community and
waged war against manifes-
tations of anti-Semitism" in
Argentina.
The younger Timerman
appeared at the 66th annual
national commission lunch-
eon of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith to ac-
cept the ADL's Hubert H.
Humphrey Freedom Prize
on behalf of his father. The
award was presented by
Benjamin R. Epstein,
executive vice president of
the ADL.
Timerman said that
while the Argentine
authorities "have been un-
able to explain the reasons"
for his father's arrest and
their refusal to obey an
order for his release by the
Argentine Supreme Court,
there is "a conspicuous rea-
son."
That is was anti-
_ Semitism was made clear,
he said, by the nature of the
interrogation his father
underwent after his arrest
when he was asked "about
his links with the Elders of
Zion and his activity in be- _
half of projects for world
dominance by Jews."
The elder Timerman has
been released from prison,
but remains under house
arrest at his home sur-
rounded by armed guards.
His newspaper and other
property have been confis-
cated by the authorities. His
wife, who had gone to Israel,
has returned to Argentina
to be with her husband.
Sen. Paul Sarbanes (D-
Md.), the principal speaker
at the ADL meeting, said
"The Timerman case is our
business. The rule of law

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Magazine Rejects
Advertisement
for Peace

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NEW YORK (JTA) -
Forbes magazine, a busi-
ness weekly which has been
soliciting ads for its fifth
annual Arabic edition, has
refused to carry a "peace ad"
that the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith sought
to place in the publication.
"We are disappointed -
that the ad, in English,
Arabic and Hebrew, which
salutes the peoples of Egypt
and Israel for their courage-
ous, creative commitment
to wage peace, was rejected
because Forbes magazine
considers peace to be 'politi-
cal,' "Abraham H. Foxman,
ADL's associate national
director, said. "We even of-
fered to remove the Hebrew
wording from the ad to
make it acceptabl6."

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has been cynically laid
aside" by the Argentine
authorities, he said, adding
that there is "no question of
modifying the ban on (U.S.)
aid to Argentina as long as
basic human rights con-
tinue to be violated."
Another speaker, Rep.
Benjamin A. Gilman (R-
N.Y.) not e d that President
Carter, Vice President Wal-
ter Mondale, Secretary of
State Cyrus Vance and
many members of Congress
have made direct appeals to
the president, foreign
minister and ambassadors
of Argentina on Timer-
man's behalf- without suc-
cess. "Quiet diplomacy has
fallen on deaf ears. The time
has come for overt action,"
he said.
In a message to the
gathering; Sen. Edward
Kennedy (D-Mass.) called
on the Argentine gov-
ernment to release
Timerman and "give a
prompt accounting for
the fate of thousands of
people in Argentina cur-
rently held by the mili-
tary government for
political reasons or who
have simply disap-
peared."
Epstein noted that
Timerman "is one of 119
journalists — the best and
brightest of the country's
newspapermen:— who have
either been imprisoned,
placed under house arrest or
forced into exile."

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