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October 16, 1981 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October16,1981

ic

BONN (JTA) — The re-
lease of Rudolf Hess, and
four other Nazi war crimi-
nals serving life sentences
abroad, has been, urged by
Alois Mertes, spokesman
for the opposition Christian

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Democratic Union (CDU)
Beundestag faction.
In a statement released
here, Mertes said that the
continued incarceration of
these aged and ill men no
longer makes moral or legal
sense.

In addition to Hess, Hi-
tler's one-time deputy, the
prisoners are Franz Fischer
and Ferdinand Aus Der
Fuenten, both imprisoned
in Holland for the last 36
years; Walter Reeder, jailed
in Italy; and Erich Koch,
jailed in Poland for the last
31 years. Hess, now 87, has
been in the Allied prison of
Sapandau in West Berlin
since Oct. 1, 1966 and is the
only inmate there.

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Fuehrer was sentenced to
life imprisonment by the In-
ternational Court in
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ernment has pressured the
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over the years for his re-
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categorically refused to en-
dorse such a move. Mortes,
in his statement, reiterated
Bonn's long-standing re-
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JERUSALEM — Palesti-
nian students on the West
Bank held a mock funeral
Tuesday for a slain PLO
leader. The students were
marking the funeral in
Beirut of Majed Abu
Sharar, head of the PLO's
unified information office.
Palestinian sources
claimed that several
thousand students took part
in the demonstration, which
had been sanctioned by Is-
raeli troops stationed on the
West Bank.

NEW YORK — Four
writers have been given the
1981 Smolar Award for "ex-
cellence in North American
Jewish journalism."
They are: Julie Liedman
of the Philadelphia Jewish
Exponent, Yossi Klein of
the New Jewish Times,
Merrie Eisenstadt of the
Baltimore Jewish Times
and Edward Topol of Pre-
sent Tense magazine.

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stabilize the Middle East
and "make their country a
target for terrorists."
Therefore, he said the
American Jewish com-
munity "should fight
openly any attempts on
the part of our opponents
to raise innuendos of
dual loyalty."
He singled out as "dis-
gusting" remarks by former
President Nixon last Satur-
day implying that oppo-
nents of the AWACS deal
pursue "the interests of a
foreign power." In that con-
nection, Nixon mentioned
Israeli Premier Menahem
Begin and "parts of the
American Jewish commun-
ity."

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WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.
(JTA) — Sen. Carl Levin
(D-Mich.) warned here that
American Jews must not be
intimidated by "innuendos"
that they are disloyal or
"un-American" because
they oppose the Reagan
Administration's proposed
sale of AWACS reconnais-
sance aircraft and other ad-
vanced military equipment
to Saudi Arabia.
Levin, a member of the
Armed Services Committee
and a leading opponent of
the $8.5 billion arms pac-
kage for the Saudis, addres-
sed several hundred leaders
of the UJA-Federation
Women's Campaign attend-
ing their 1982 Leadership
Conference here last week.
The Women's Campaign
expects to raise nearly $15
million by the end of 1981.
Levin, who spoke on
U.S.-Israel relations, said
the AWACS "are at best of
marginal value to Ameri-
can interests" and their sale
to the Saudis could de-

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