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December 19, 1980 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-19

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Robert St. John Advocates Mobilization
of Forces to Resist Threats to Israel

Mobilization of all sym-
pathetic forces in the duty of
resisting the mounting
threats to Israel was advo-
cated by Robert St. John,-
author and lecturer, in

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volved in the struggle in an
address Tuesday afternoon,
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, be-
fore more than 500 attend-
ing the annual donor event
of the Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
St. John declared that
participation of non-Jewish

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friends of Israel have an ob-
ligation to support these
tasks in the interest of a se-
cure Israel and the peace of
the Middle East and the
world.
Shirley
Kraft,
president of Women of
JNF, announced retain-
ing the standards of con-
tributions to the fund
with gifts of $100,000.
Herschel Fox had a recep-
tive audience that ex-
pressed appreciation for his
medley of songs in Hebrew,
Yiddish and English.
Doris Markel, program
chairman, introduced St.
John and presided at the
meeting. Participants also
included Bess Axelrod, Viv-
ian Stollman and Betty Sil-
verman.
St. John listed five
"specific reasons" for the

threats to Israel:
• "Because of the
complete lack of morality
in the world ...
• "The Current turmoil
in the Middle East .. .
• "The wave of anti-
Semitism sweeping the
world .. .
• "Loss of Israel's best
supporters in the November
election .. .
• "Israel's economic
problems, inflation, pres-
sures that are difficult to
overcome."
Referring to his most re-
cent visit in Israel, the
32nd, St. John said he was
impressed by the progress
contributed to Israel's
creativity- by the activities
pursued by the Keren
Kayemet l'Israel, the
Jewish National Fund.

Soviet Refusnik Guberman
Released From Jail, Exiled

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Igor Guberman, who was
sentenced last March to five
years imprisonment in a
labor camp and had his
property confiscated, has
been released from the
camp and sent to internal
exile in Siberia where he
will serve a 16-month term,
according to the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry
and the Union of Councils
for Soviet Jews.
His exact location is at
present unknown. In an-
other development, Simon
Shnirman, 23, who was ar-
rested May 1978, was re-
leased from a labor camp
Nov. 29 after completing a
21/2 year sentence on
charges of draft evasion.
In Washington, the
Jewish community last
week observed the 10th an-
niversary of its daily vigil
for Soviet Jewry and the
32nd anniversary of the
signing of the United Na-
tions Declaration on
Human Rights with an ap-
peal to the Soviet Union to
free Jewish prisoners of
conscience and to end the
"cultural and religious per-
secution of Jews" who seek
to emigrate from the USSR.
Marking the vigil,
which has been a daily
practice opposite the
Soviet Embassy since it
began on Dec. 10, 1970,
during the Hanuka festi-
val, a large crowd
gathered at the site as
Marcia Weinberg, chair-
man of the Soviet Jewry
Committee of the Jewish
Community Council of
Greater Washington, and
Rev. John Steinbruch,
pastor of the Luther
Place Memorial Church,
attempted to deliver a
"statement of concern" to
the embassy.
They were met at the em-
bassy gate by an official who
spoke to them briefly but re-
fused to accept Nov. 13 and
is currently awaiting trial
in Moscow on charges of
"slandering the Soviet
state," was the central focus
of the Human Rights Day

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 19, 1980 35

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