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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Polish Envoy Unequivocally' Condemns Anti-Semitism

WASHINGTON (JTA)
Romuald
Ambassador
Spasowski, Poland's envoy
to the United States, said
here that he "unequivocally
condemned" all anti-
Semitic manifestations in
Poland and specifically the
outdoor rally last week in
Warsaw at which speakers
denounced Jews as a
"Zionist clique" and
charged that "Zionists"
were attempting to seize
wer in Poland through
-le independent movement,
Solidarity, which is seeking
internal reforms.
Spasowski made his con-
demnation to a delegation
from the World Jewish
Congress in a 90-minute
meeting last week at the
Polish Embassy in Wash-
ington.
The WJCongress had re-
quested the meeting follow-
ing the rally and an article
in the Polish armed forces
daily publication, "Soldiers
of Liberty," that appeared to
condone the anti-Semitic
sentiments expressed at the
rally.
Earlier last week, the
WJCongress along . with
other American Jewish
organizations, including
the American Jewish
Committee and the Bnai
Brith International, de-
nounced the anti-Semitic
manifestations in Poland
and called upon the gov-
ernment to condemn
them.
Spasovyski said that he
personally and and his gov-
ernment "unequivocally
condemn all anti-Semitic
manifestations in any form"
within Poland, 'and the
Polish government, "will
not tolerate any anti-
Semitic expression."

The WJCongress delega-
tion said it expressed anx-
iety to Spasowski about the
official Polish armed forces
organ, "Soldiers of Solidar-
ity," which, the delegation
said, on March 10 "con-
doned the actions of the
rightist elements in Poland
who are trying to discredit
Solidarity and accusing its
leaders of 'Zionism'."
The organ was also re-
ported as saying that "the
manipulators of the youth
in 1968 want to realize the
goals of Israel not Poland."
This was a reference to a
charge that Jews in the
Politburo during the
Stalinist era were responsi-
ble for the "blood bath" of
Polish patriots.
The delegation also
said that despite the dis-
avowal by Poland's
Minister of Internal Af-
fairs, Gen. Mieczyslaw
Moczar, of his involve-
ment in anti-Semitic man-
ifestations during the
1968 official anti-Semitic
period in Poland when he
was Interior Minister, his
rise to present promi-
nence might encourage
anti-Semitic elements.
Moczar is presently a
member of the Politburo
and is expected to be the
next president of Poland.
Meanwhile, Stefan
Grayek, chairman of the
World Federation of Jewish
Fighters and Partisans,
who just returned from a
visit to Poland and Czechos-
lovakia, said the recent
anti-Semitic incidents in
Poland were a minor man-
ifestation by former anti-
Communist underground
forces dating from World
War II.
Grayek, sometimes de-

scribed as Israel's "unoffi-
cial ambassador" to Poland
in the absence of diplomatic
relations, said the anti-
Semitic demonstrations
were opposed by the gov-
ernment and denounced by
the Catholic Church and the

According to the New
York Times, the gatherings
that the authorities object
to are the Sunday seminars
started in 1972 by Soviet
Jewish scientists who lost
their jobs when they applied
to emigrate and who saw
the weekly meetings as a
way of keeping up their ex-
pertise. Visitors from the
West were known to attend
these seminars.

Mrs. Brailovsky took over
as host for the seminar
when her husband, a former
computer specialist, was ar-
rested Nov. 13 on charges of
"willful defathation of the
Soviet state and social sys-
tem." The charge may be
linked to Brailovsky's ac-
tivities as editor of the jour-
nal, "Jews in the USSR,"
which ceased publication in
1979.

In Geneva, Richard
Schifter, the U.S. alter-
nate delegate to the
United Nations Human
Rights Commission meet-
ing here, renewed his at-
tack on anti-Semitism in
the Soviet Union and de-
clared that the American
people will not accept a
double standard in inter-
national affairs — one for
the Soviet bloc and its
friends and another for
the rest of the world.

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Soviets Release Kalendariov

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Prisoner of conscience Boris
Kalendariov has been re-
leased from the Elista labor
camp, it was reported by the
National Conference on
Soviet Jewry.
He has returned to his
parents home in Leningrad
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dency permit. Kalendariov,
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1979, and sentenced to two
years' imprisonment on
May 14, 1979, on charges of
'draft evasion."
He will reapply for per-
mission to emigrate from
the Soviet Union to join hig
sister in Israel.
In a related-develop-
ment, a delegation of
representatives of na-
tional Jewish women's
groups, led by Mrs. Vera
Stern, wife of famed vio-
linist Isaac Stern, was
allowed into the Soviet
Mission to the UN in New
York to present petitions
in support of Soviet Jews.
Meanwhile, Irina
Brailovsky, wife of jailed
Soviet dissident Viktor
Brailovsky, said that she
had been threatened with
expulsion from Moscow if
she continued using her
apartment as a gathering
place for Jews who have
been refused exit visas for
Israel.

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