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November 30, 1979 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-30

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8 Friday, November 30, 1919

THE . DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Soviet Group. Confronted in U.S. on Treatment of Jews

(Continued from Page 1)
that trials were held accord-
ing to state law, that refus-
als were not forever and
that cases would be re-
viewed and that prisoners
eventually would get out.
Medunov also replied
that some persons made
"the mistake" of coupling
human rights with state
rights and that "we do not

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want interference in our nationalistic and repre-
internal affairs," a state- sented Jews who think they
ment Mrs. Hoffman said he are superior to others.
Several references were
made very emphatically.
In the evening, State made at the dinner to Pris-
Senator Dennis Gallagher, oners of Conscience as being
interfaith chairman for the criminals and reiteration by
Committee of Concern, and the Soviet officials that
his wife' were hosts for a Americans should not inter-
dinner for two of the Soviet fere in Soviet internal af-
officials, to which Mrs. fairs. The Soviet visitors
Hoffman and Mrs. Fried- said the USSR did not inter-
man were invited as Com- fere in American affairs.
Meanwhile, former
mittee of Concern leaders.
The two Russians were Jewish Prisoner of Con-
Boris Stukalin, chairman science Boris Tsitlionok
of the State Committee on has received permission
Publishing Houses, from the Soviet govern-
Polygraphy and Book ment to leave the country
Trade; and Aleksey within a few days, ac-
Obukov, of the American cording to information
Section of the Russian obtained by the National
Ministry of Foreign Af- Conference on Soviet.
fairs. Obukov served as Jewry.
Stukalin's translator.
The 36year-old activist,
Mrs. Friedman expressed arrested for demonstrating
deep concern over the "obvi- in front of Moscow's Lenin
ous increase" in the publica- Library on Feb. 24, 1975,
tion of anti-Semitic litera- after several unsuccessful
ture emanating from the attempts to obtain an exit
Soviet Union, specifically visa, was sentenced to five
citing several well-known years exile for "disturbing
anti-Jewish propagandists public order."
and their writings. She
He was released in
asked for an explanation of
the vast distribution of such Holocaust Music
material, which she said
Project Begun
was obviously officially
endorsed despite the Soviet
MIAMI BEACH — A
Union's alleged ban on pub-
group led by Rabbi Rubin R.
lication of "hate" material.
Dobin has begun a "Music of
Stukalin responded that the Holocaust" project in
those writers were anti- the U.S. to collect composi-
Zionist, not anti-Semitic. tions about the Holocaust
Asked to define Zionism, he and convince U.S. orches-
said it was racist, tras to play them in April
when Yom Hashoa is ob-
served.
Persons who know of
Holocaust music composi-
tions can write to Rabbi Do-
bin, 17720 N. Bay Rd., Suite
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AMERICA's Vital National Interests
- and ISRAEL .



An appraisal of U.S.
Middle-East Policy and Soviet Involvement
In the Iranian Crisis

DR. JOSEPH CHURBA

President, Center for International Security
and former Senior Middle-East Intelligence
Advisor for U.S. Air Force, C.I.A. and National
Security Council.

Dr. Joseph Churba heads the Center International Security which
is a non-partison, non-profit organization comprising of scholars,
economists, former diplomats, senior military officers, executives —
concerned with matter's affecting American national security in the
Middle-East, Asia and Africa.

August, after spending
nearly four-and-a-half
years in Siberia. A plumber
and locksmith by trade,
Tsitlionok was originally
denied permission to leave
for "security reasons" and
forcibly separated from his
family when they left for Is-
rael in 1971.
While it is usual proce-
dure for former POCs to be
granted exit visas soon after
their release, Tsitlionok's
friend and fellow exiled
prisoner, Mark Nashpitz, is
still being denied permis-
sion to leave the country.
Nashpitz, arrested and sen-
tenced together with Tsit-
lionok on the same charge,
has been applying for per-
mission to emigrate to Is-
rael since 1971.
In addition to Nashpitz,
three other former POCs
are awaiting permission
to leave. They are Isaak
Shkolnik, Dr. Grigory
Goldshtein and Lev Roit-
burd.
In Ottawa, the Canadian
Parliament Monday passed
a resolution which urged
the Soviet Union to release
all Prisoners of Conscience,
and especially jailed dissi-
dents Anatoly Shcharansky
and Ida Nudel. It also de-

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