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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 5, 1981

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(Continued from Page 1)
The marchers paraded for
10 blocks down Fifth Ave-
nue in Manhattan, led by a
group wearing prison uni-
forms to represent Jewish
Prisoners of Conscience in
Soviet prisons and labor
camps. They carried pic-
tures of Soviet prisoners
Anatoly Shcharansky, Vla-
dimir Kislik, Kim Fridman
and those of many others
jailed.
Richard Allen, national

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security adviser at the
White House, was greeted
with boisterous chants of
"No arms to Saudi Arabia."
Allen said that the United
States' "determination to
oppose terrorism in no way
contradicts our support for
human rights." This state-
ment was greeted with more
chants.
Allen stressed that the
foreign policy of the U.S. is
essentially linked to human
rights. Dr. Seymour
Lachman, chairman of the
Greater New York Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry, said
Allen's appearance was the
highest Presidential repre-
sentative sent to a gather-
ing of this kind. Lachman
also said that "this is the
biggest demonstration for
Soviet Jewry" in the history
of the demonstrations.
Actress Jane Fonda, in
what was believed to be
her first appearance at a
rally for Soviet Jews, said
that Ida Nudel, now serv-
ing a prison term on
trumped-up charges of
hooliganism, had been
convicted for "fighting
for the right of Jews to
emigrate."
Gov. Hugh Carey of New
York, Yosef Mendelevich
and Mayor Edward Koch
also spoke.
Koch announced that a
street would be named for
Shcharansky "to serve as a
reminder of the persecution
of men and women" who
battled for freedom.
Near the close of the rally,
some 20 members of the
Jewish Defense League
demonstrated on Fifth Ave-
nue in front of the office of
'Aeroflot, the Soviet airline.
A bottle was thrown at the
window which was appar-
ently shatterproof. Nothing
happened to the window but
the bottle broke.
Some 20 police officers,
many on horseback, forced
the yelling JDL members
away from the Aeroflot

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rests.
Max
Ambassador
Kampelman, chairman of
the U.S. delegation to the
Madrid Review Confer-
ence of the Helsinki Ac-
cords, said Tuesday night
that in spite of the efforts
of the conference, little
improvement has been
achieved in regards to
human rights practices in
the Soviet Union. Kam-
pelman and Prof. Telford
Taylor were presented
the annual Solidarity
Awards of the National
Conference on Soviet
Jewry as part of its
three-day policy confer-
ence in New York.
Kampelman said that in
spite of the work done at the
Madrid Conference, "there
have been 46 arrests of
human rights activists and
no increase in the departure
of Jews" from the Soviet
Union. He noted that in
1980 alone, 242 Jews and
non-Jews were arrested by
Soviet authorities, repre-
senting "the largest number
of arrests *in the Soviet
Union (of this kind) in 15
years."
Kampelman noted that at
the first review conference
in 1978 in Belgrade, Yugos-
lavia, only the United
States mentioned the plight
of dissidents in the Soviet
Union. He observed that
now at least 11 nations at
the Madrid Conference
mentioned the names of dis-
sidents.
The NCSJ also pre-
sented awards to four
organizations for their
activities on behalf of
Soviet Jewry: Women's

American ORT for its
"free-a-family" program;
the American Jewish
Committee for establish-
ing an interreligious task
force on Soviet Jewry;
the South Florida Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry
for the publication of re-
fusnik case histories; and
the subcommittee on
Soviet Jewry of the New
Haven Jewish Federa-
tion for its community
outreach programs.
Meanwhile, Kim Frid-
man of Kiev, who has long
been active in the Jewish
emigration and culture
movement in the Soviet
Union, was sentenced to one
year imprisonment in a
labor camp, it was reported
by Soviet Jewry groups.
Fridman, 47, was tried on
May 18 on charges of
"parasitism."
According to the National
Conference on Soviet
Jewry, Fridman, who suf-
fers from heart disease, has
been held in Kiev's
Lukianovka Prison since
March 28. His mother was
not allowed to be present at
the trial but was allowed
into the courtroom only to
hear the sentence being
read.
NCSJ also reported that
long-term Kiev refusnik
Vladimir Kislik was sen-
tenced to three years in a
labor camp. The charge on
which he was convicted is
thought to be "malicious
hooliganism."
Kislik was arrested on
March 19 as he was leav-
ing a Purim party and ac-
cused of allegedly "at-
tacking a woman." Fel-
low refusniks and friends

U.S. Envoy to Saudis Said
to Be Friend to Palestinians

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Robert Neumann, who pre-
sented his credentials in
Riyadh last week as the new
United States ambassador
to Saudi Arabia, is consid-
ered here a supporter of the
Palestinians.
Neumann, a political sci-
entist who is vice chairman
of Georgetown University's
center for strategic and in-
ternational studies, has
long called for the U.S. to
open a dialogue with the
Palestine Liberation
Organization. In an inter-
view with the Washington
Star, published Monday,
Neumann said "Palestine is
the core problem" in resolv-
ing the Arab-Israeli prob-
lem.
The
65-year-old
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Vienna and was put in a
Nazi concentration camp
in 1938 because, as he
told the Star, he opposed
Hitler. "A great majority
opposing the Nazis in my
time were not Jewish," he
told the Star. Joy Bil-
lington, who interviewed
Neumann, noted that
Neumann added "that
there would be nothing
wrong with it if he were
assumed Jewish, but still
making the point that he
isn't."
But Neumann has been

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