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December 21, 1979 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Brazil Minister Denies Charges

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— Interior Minister Albano
Harguidegui denied that
there is any kind of official
anti-Semitism in Argentina
and declared that Argen-
tine Jewry enjoys "a climate
of absolute liberty."
Addressing a Rotary Club
luncheon, Gen. Harguin-
degui charged that interna-
tional terrorism is behind
claims that anti-Semitic
trends exist in the country
in order "to damage, by all
possible means, the image

of our country abroad." He
said that Argentine Jews
"identify themselves abso-
lutely with all our problems
and hopes and join in our
struggle, celebrating our
triumphs and regretting
our failures."

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Friday, December 21, 1979 37

Nationwide Programs in U.S. Publicize
Plight of the 'Exiled' Refusnik Ida Nudel

NEW YORK (JTA) — Ac-
tions on behalf of Ida Nudel,
the "guardian angel" of
Soviet Jewish prisoners of
conscience who is now, her-
self, sentenced to exile in
Siberia, took place last
week in 80 cities across the
country by Women's Plea
for Soviet Jewry under the
aegis of the Leadership Con-
ference on National Jewish
Women's Organizations.
In New York, "Reach
Out" was the singular chal-
lenge in addresses to the
New York Women's Plea.
Some 200 organization
delegates were convened by
the Greater New York Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry
(GNYCSJ) and Bnai Brith
Women to rally wide public
support for Nudel.
Rep. Jonathan Bingham
(D-N.Y.), the keynote
speaker, emphasized, "All
we are asking is that Ida
Nudel be granted her rights
under the Helsinki Final
Act and the United Nations
Declaration of Human
Rights — both endorsed by
the Soviet Union."

As evidence of the
Soviet Jewry's success
potential, he pointed to
the 50,000-plus emigra-
tion figure for 1979,
which he termed a record
total.

"But this success must
not cause us to lessen our
efforts," Bingham said.
"Soviet authorities know of
our concern for Ida Nudel
but we must make certain
that they know our dedica-
tion to her and other pris-

oners will not waver until
we see them stepping off the
plane in Tel Aviv."
This note of warning was
reinforced vigorously by
Margy-Ruth Davis,
GNYCSJ executive direc-
tor, who pointed to ominous
signs of crackdown on fu-
ture emigration by Soviet
ahthorities. "1980 will be a
pivotal year. Devious new
Soviet policies — now in
place — can set us back for
years to come."
In a show of solidarity,
Women's Plea delegates
marched to the gates of the
United Nations where a
message from Israel's UN
Ambassador Yehuda Blum
was read.

In Washington, members
of the Congressional Wives
Committee for Soviet
Jewry, a nationwide organ-
ization under the sponsor-
ship of the National Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry's
Washington office, deliv-
ered a letter to Soviet Am-
bassador Anatoly Dobrynin
at the Soviet Embassy on
behalf of Nudel and other
POCs. The letter was not
accepted.
The nationwide actions,

WASHINGTON (JTA) — deployment force to move as
The U.S. Defense Depart- many as 100,000 men
ment has sent a delegation quickly to a developing war
to Saudi Arabia and three anywhere in the world. Pen-
other countries to negotiate tagon sources emphasized
for access for American that Murray's trip is a con-
military forces to and bases tinuation of efforts made be-
in the Middle East. fore the Iranian crisis, ub it
While Defense Secretary is believed that the crisis
Harold Brown said Sunday has expedited such an ar-
that "I don't believe that rangement.
American bases as such in
that area are the right way
to go" and that "nor do I see
formal alliances," he left the
way open for the U.S. use of
bases when countries hav-
ing them ask for "our help."
Robert Murray, a deputy
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development of a U.S. rapid

In Toronto, delegates
to the National Federa-
tion of Temple Sister-
hoods biennial conven-
tion joined leaders of the
Toronto Jewish commu-
nity to protest the treat-
ment of Jews in the
Soviet Union. Lillian
Maltzer of Detroit, who
was re-elected president
of the NFTS, called on the
Soviet Union to adhere to
its "written commitment"
to the Human Rights Dec-
laration.

The program con-
cluded with a reading by
Leona Chanin, chairwo-
man of the Leadership
Conference from a letter
by Rana Friedman — sis-
ter of Ida Nudel: "I gain
strength from you good
Americans and so many
In Blaine, Wash., 200
good people the world British Columbian and
over who press for Ida's Washington Jews gathered
release and her right to in a driving rain at Peace
join me here in Israel."
Arch Park on the U.S.-

U.S. Negotiates With Saudis

Senators and others
have suggested the U.S.
arrange to take over the
bases in Sinai that Israel
is to give Egypt in 1981
under the Egyptian-
Israeli peace treaty.

in which the National
Jewish Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council
cooperated, marked the an-
niversary of the UN Uni-
versal Declaration of
Human Rights and the ob-
servance of International
Human Rights Day.
In San Francisco, the Bay
Area Council on Soviet
Jewry urged the Soviet
Union to grant amnesty to
Anatoly Shcharansky.

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• • •

Detroiters Act
for Refusniks

Through Project Yachad,
the Jewish Community
Council's letter writing
campaign to and on behalf
of Soviet Jews, the sister-
hood of Temple Emanu-El
has adopted the cause of
Vladimir and Izolde Tufeld,
a Moscow refusenik couple
who are separated from
their son Igor, now living in
Jerusalem.
Persons who wish to write
to Izolde and Vladimir
Tufeld should send letters of
support to them at
Chkalova 41/2 Apt, 272,
Moscow B - 120 USSR.

for the first international
border rally for Soviet
Jewry.
The rally, planned by
Seattle and Vancouver
Women's Plea groups, was
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Cabinet Minister for the
Environment and Postmas-
ter General John Fraser,
and Rep. Mike Lowry (D-
Wash.).

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