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July 30, 1982 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, July 30, 1982

U.S. Will Press Soviets on Jews

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Michael Gale, President
Reagan's liaison with the
Jewish community, reiter-
ated the Administration's
position that it will raise the
issue of Soviet Jewry emig-
ration at all "top level"
meetings between the
United States and the
Soviet Union.

"The President shares
your home that the leaders
in the Soviet Union will re-
consider their policies on
emigration and human
rights and renew their
commitment to the Helsinki
Final Act, not just with
empty words, but with de-
eds," Gale told some 100
persons attending the daily
noon vigil across from the
Soviet Embassy. It was the
first time in the 11-year his-
tory of the vigil that a White
House official had partici-
pated.
The vigil was dedicated to
Ida Nudel, who had been
exiled to Siberia and re-
leased last March. Before
the vigil, a five-member
delegation from the Na-
tional Conference on Soviet
Jewry (NCSJ) and the
Jewish Community Council
(JCC) of Greater Washing-
ton met with Elizabeth
Dole, director of the White
House office of public
liaison, to urge the
President's help on behalf of
Nudel.
Joan Sacarob of
Hadassah attempted un-
successfully to deliver
petitions on behalf of
Nudel to the Soviet Em-
bassy.
Meanwhile, the 43
freshman members of the
House of Representatives
are making daily speeches
on the House floor on behalf
of Siiviet Jewish refusniks
in a campaign that began
last week and will continue
through September.

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Foreign Policy, Alfred
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the Lebanese Information
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chairmen of the 97th Con-
gressional Class for Soviet
Jewry.
"Working in conjunction
with the National Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry, we
have targeted those refus-
niks who have been await-
ing visas for more than six
years," Coyne explained. He
said each member has
adopted one or two refus-
niks and will be writing to
the proper authorities in the
U.S. and the Soviet Union
on their behalf.
A Soviet Jew who was
sentenced to a labor
camp has been informed
that he will not be
allowed to emigrate to Is-
rael - until 1990. The
Greater New York Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry
reported that Aleksandr
Paritsky is also being
pressured to recant his
"crimes" on Soviet radio
and TV.
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