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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Photographer Is Released
as an Anti-Nazi Defendant

BONN (JTA) — Leon
Shachman, one of 22 anti-
Nazi activists on trial in
Bad Hersfeld for alleged
violent behavior, was
cleared by the court. The
judge concluded that it was
impossible to establish who
was responsible for the vio-
lence that erupted at the
Deutschland Meeting of the
neo-Nazi National Demo-

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cratic Party (NPD) in
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Shachman, an Israeli
photographer, and the
others were pressed by the
NPD. They alleged
Shachman, who has been
covering neo-Nazi activities
in West Germany for the
past years, attacked NPD
members. Shachman said
he was severely beaten by
the neo-Nazis without pro-
vocation and had only tried
to defend himself.
The prosecution had
charged him with intimi-
dation and breach of the
peace and asked for a
six-month suspended
sentence.
The trial of the other de-
fendants continued as their
sympathizers demonstrated
outside the courthouse to
protest the proceedings.
Anti-Nazis said it was un-
conscionable that the Hes-
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Friday, April 10, 1981

51

Haig Talks in Israel 'Highly Productive

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Secretary of State Alexan-
der Haig conferred with
Premier Menahem Begin,
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir and other top offi-
cials on Sunday.
On his departure from
Jerusalem, Haig said his
talks in Israel were "highly
productive." Begin said
agreements were reached
on a number of major points
but would not disclose what
they were.
Haig, who met with
President Anwar Sadat in
Cairo on Saturday and vis-
ited Jordan and Saudi
Arabia this week, made it
clear from the outset of his
Middle East junket that the
U.S. is concerned chiefly
with the threat of Soviet in-
terventionism in the region.
When he arrived in Israel,
he told reporters at Ben-
Gurion Airport that "the
purpose of my trip is how to
meet the threat posed by the
Soviet Union and its surro-
gates in the area" and to
"exchange views on how to
further the peace process in
the area."
In his discussions with
Begin and other officials,
he underscored the Re-
agan Administration's
"full commitment" to the
Camp David framework
and the Egyptian-Israeli
peace treaty. Part of his
talks was devoted to
American efforts to
create a multi-national
peacekeeping force to
police Sinai after Israel
completes its withdrawal
in April 1982. He repor-
tedly indicated that he
had grounds to hope that
obstacles to the creation
of the multi-national
force soon would be
overcome.

In his talks with Haig,
Begin reportedly objected
vehemently to the Reagan
Administration plans to
provide Saudi Arabia with
extra equipment to improve
the combat capability of the
62 F-15 jet fighters the
Saudis have purchased from
the U.S. and especially, the
decision confirmed in Wash-
ington last Friday, to pro-
vide the Saudis with sophis-
ticated AWACS surveil-
lance aircraft.
Sources said Haig
showed no great
enthusiasm when
pressed by the Israelis to
reactivate the stalled
negotiations with Egypt
over autonomy for the
Arabs on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip. He indi-
cated that it was his in-
tention on this trip to try

Petition Backs
Prisoners of Zion

TEL AVIV (JNI) — The
Association of Former Pris-
oners of Zion, whose mem-
bers served an aggregate of
6,000 years in Soviet pris-
ons, are circulating a peti-
tion demanding total lin-
kage between U.S. trade
and other negotiations with
the USSR and the freeing of
all Soviet Jews who wish to
come to Israel.
Prime
Minister
Menahem Begin was the
first person to sign the peti-
tion at a Knesset ceiemony.
The petition will be bound
in a book entitled "Six
Thousand Years of Human
Life Wasted for No Reason
in Soviet Prisons." Organ-
ization chairman Yachezkel
Pulerevitch told a press con-
ference he hopes people
throughout the world will
write to U.S. President
Ronald Reagan supporting
the Prisoners of Zion peti-
tion.

to bring Jordan and gratification that the secre-
Saudi Arabia into the tary of state was the first
peace process. That move visiting American official in
was given a setback recent years who did not lec-
Tuesday when King Hus- ture Israel on the subject.
sein of Jordan blamed Is- They were also pleased by
rael and not the Soviet Haig's reference to Israel as
Union for the Middle a strategic asset to the U.S.
East's instability.
With respect to the es-
calating fighting in Leba-
non, involving Syrian forces
against Christian elements,
Haig reportedly told the Is-
unless you capture
raelis that the U.S. has
them in unforgettable
taken a number of steps in
color photographs.
the past two days to halt the
conflict, including "un-
Arrange now for the
precedented measures." But
finest professional
he did not disclose what
photographic coverage
they were. Israelis were
at
reasonable rates.
pleased that Haig did not
ask them to exercise "re-
We'll save your
straint" in their preemptive
precious memories!
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terrorists in south Lebanon.
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