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54 Friday, April 2, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

During the American
Civil War, seven Jews won

the Congressional Medal of
Honor.

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Nudel Back in Moscow After Siberian Exile

WASHINGTON (JTA) — joined in a group to help
Ida Nudel, the "angel" of the support efforts for Soviet
Soviet Jewish emigration Jewry. The 97th Congres-
sional Class on Soviet
movement, was released
from her four years of exile Jewry was organized by
Reps. William Coyne (D-
in Siberia last week and is
in Moscow, the Union of Pa.) and Christopher Smith
Councils for Soviet Jewry (R-N.J.) to "dramatize the
plight of prisoners of con-
reported.
Soviet Jewry groups have science and particularly-
been urging the Soviet gov- long-term refuseniks who
are seeking to emigrate
ernment to allow Ms.
Nudel, 51, to join her family from the Soviet Union."
In Amsterdam, Foreign
in Israel as soon as she is
Minister Max van der Stoel
released.
According to the New was presented with a peti-
York Times, Miss Nudel tion on behalf of Soviet
was convicted of "malicious Jewry this week bearing
hooliganism" after she and 900,000 signatures col-
some other Moscow Jews lected in Holland.
They will be joined with
who had been denied exit
visas tried to hang protest petitions from other Euro-
posters outside their win- pean countries for presenta-
tion to the Parliament of
dows on June 1, 1978.
Miss Nudel and an- Europe in Strasbourg this
other activitist, Vladimir May.
Slepak, were arrested.
It also was reported
He was sentenced to five .that Jews in the Soviet
years, she to four.
Union, already reeling
The NYTimes added that render Kremlin-condoned
before she applied to go to
rnti-Semitism, are being
Israel in 1971, Miss Nudel oppressed still further,
was an economist. She was this time by near-total
denied permission to emi- exclusion from schools of
grate on the grounds that higher learning, Bnai
her work touched on na- Brith charged.
tional security, a contention
Dr. William Korey, direc-
she denies. Miss Nudel's sis- tor of policy research for the
ter and former husband are International Council of
in Israel.
Bnai Brith, using statistics
Soviet on the city of Moscow re-
Meanwhile,
Jewish activist Kim Frid- cently released by the
man was released from a USSR, said the number of
Soviet labor camp on Satur- Jewish students in all in-
day after completing a one- stitutions of higher learn-
year sentence for alleged ing in Moscow in 1980-1981
"parasitism," it was re- had fallen to 1.5 percent of
ported by the National Con- the total enrollment.
ference on Soviet Jewry.
That is less than half the
Another Soviet Jewish low figure of a decade ear-
activist, Mikhail Tsivin, 18, lier and far less than the
was arrested Sunday in percentage of Jews residing
Moscow's Red Square for in Moscow, Korey said.
stating publicly that he
In a related development,
wanted to emigrate to • Is- the Indiana Jewish Post and
Opinion reported that the
rael.
It was also learned that three-month test accepted
Jewish activists in under pressure from the
Leningrad have been Jewish Agency by HIAS,
warned by Soviet whereby Russian immig-
authorities that no more rants would be refused as-
than six persons may sistance unless they had
gather in any private close relatives in the U.S.,
home for a Passover has been a failure.
Figures available up
Seder.
In Washington, 39 mem- until last Friday showed
bers of the House have that while HIAS is not

Presidents Conference Studies
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The Conference of
Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations
has embarked on a nation-
wide campaign to under-
score Israel's "major sac-
rifices for peace" and to pro-
test current Administration
policies in the Middle East
that could damage the peace
process and imperil U.S.
strategic interests in the
region.
Squadron,
Howard
chairman, said seven
regional meetings had been
scheduled at which current
concerns of the Presidents
Conference over the
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icy" would be explored.
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ship conference, highlight-
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Israel, now being planned

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munity Relations Council
in each community, include
Squadron; former Confer-
ence chairmen Theodore
Mann and Rabbi Alexander
Schindler; and Yehuda
Hellman, executive director
of the Conference of
Presidents.
The schedule of meetings,
some of which have already
taken place, are: Miami,
Chicago, Atlanta, Balti-
more, Boston, Los Angwles
and New York.

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lowest to envy the highest;
each must live in all and by
all.

processing all the Rus-
sian Jews who reach
Vienna, no more are
going to Israel than chose
the Jewish state before
the test.
However, the Post and

Opinion reporte.d that the
Satmar Rav Tov group, who
is known to be anti-Israel,
has been aiding 40 percent
of the Russians who come to
Vienna, up from its former
average of five percent.

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