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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



Friday, July 30, 1982 43

Israeli Physicians Attend Moscow Meetings

By MOSHE RON
The Jewish News Special
Israeli Correspondent



TEL AVIV — A delga-
tion of Israeli cardiologists
has returned from Moscow
after participating in an in-
ternational cardiological
congress.
Dr. Yehoshua Roten-
streiGh, one of the
most famous lawyers in Is-
el, who is president of the
ress Council, accompanied
the delegation. He said that
one of the reasons the
Soviets extended visas to an
Israeli delegation' during
the Lebanese fighting was

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The Israeli delegation
had to submit to some in-
conveniences. Flags of the
participating nations were
not hoisted, in order not to
display the Israeli flag. It
was not mentioned that
Prof. Neufeld was from Is-
rael. The members of the Is-
raeli delegation were not in-
troduced to the Congress.
MOSHE RON
Soviet speakers mentioned
in their speeches "Opera- val while its luggage was
tion Peace for the Galilee" . checked. The 16 members
in order to incite hatred had to wait more than two
against Israel.
hours until "Intourist"
The Israeli delegation brought them to the Hotel
included a woman doctor Russia, which has 3,000
who emigrated from the rooms for 6,000 guests. It
Soviet Union three years comprises four giant build-
ago. She met her daugh- ings with many shops for
ter in Moscow and was tourists, offices of "In-
extremely happy about tourist" and restaurants.
this meeting.
One of the hotel employees,
Dr. Rotenstreich said the who spoke Yiddish, was
delegation was in customs very happy to meet the Is-
for several hours upon arri- raeli delegation.

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It took another 90 min-
utes before the Israeli dele-
gation was led to their
rooms. A policeman accom-
panied them to get the keys
for the rooms. On leaving
the room, one has to turn in
the key and get a receipt.
Without this receipt one
cannot enter or leave the
hotel or get the key.
After having put_ away
the luggage, the delegation
was called to the corridor. A
security officer welcomed
them in English. He said,
"Owing to the current
events in the Middle East
(the war in Lebanon) and as
there are also in Moscow
foreign elements and
hotheads, the delegation is
asked not to go out indi-
vidually but only in groups.
We shall do' everything in
order to protect you."
It is assumed that the
Soviet authorities wished
to prevent the Israeli
delegation from meeting
Soviet Jews. There was
one among the hotel em-
ployees who spoke He-
brew.
On every floor there were
employees of the hotel,
members of the "Intourist"
and security people.
The solemn opening of the
congress took place in a hall
in the Kremlin which can
hold 6,000 persons. Next to
Prof. Neufeld sat the
president of the Soviet
Association, Prof. Zesov,
who is the personal doctor of
Leonid Brezhnev.
The, representatives of
the Soviet government
stressed in . their speeches
political aspects, especially
that the Soviet Union st-
rives for peace against all
who wish to destroy the
world. After the opening
session the delegates were
invited to a performance of
"Don Quixote" at the Bol-
shoi Theater.
When the delegations
walked through the
streets of Moscow, they
realized that all for-
eigners were watched
carefully, especially' the

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Israeli delegation. The minded by their Soviet
streets were very clean. - hosts of the events in Be-
People were very polite. irut. They were very sad be-
Even if they do not cause of the hatred waged
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REMEDIAL READING
of the tourist, they try to press, radio and TV. Wher-
ALL SUBJECTS TUTORED
help.
ever the delegation visited,
ZELMA SUSSMAN, M.A.
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scientific books are very gan, "The people of Israel
626-2767
cheap. Foreign newspapers are alive."
and journals from East
European countries can be
obtained .in the hotels.
There are great theater and
circus performances and
concerts. An entrance ticket
Shabbos. Nachamu, what a delight!
costs only about $1. Bus
travel is very cheap but
Now, we can really enjoy the
other products are not.
remainder of the
When the Israeli delega-
summer in high style!
tion visited the synagtgue
Keep your fridge
in Moscow they found only a
well stocked with
few elderly people. Nobody
- spoke to them and they were
not called to the Torah. The
delegation also visited a
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The delegation visited a
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Tarbut school in a private
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator
home, where 20 youngsters
are learning. Hebrew. They
told the delegation about
their Hebrew course and the
"books" they are learning
I TM
from.
After the congress, the
The delicious, nutritious Noah's Ark
delegation was allowed to
of pasta-shaped animals kids love!
visit Leningrad. Soviet stu-
Moms and kids go for Zooroni two by two! Kids think Zooroni
dents, who spoke Hebrew,
looks as great as it tastes. And since Zooroni is vitamin-
enriched pasta simmered in lots of yummy tomato sauce and
accompanied them.
tangy cheese, Moms love to pair. Up with it, too!
In their talks with Jews
in Moscow and Lenin-
grad they learned that
there are three categories
of Soviet Jews: the major-
ity want to leave, and the
destination is not impor-
tant; some wish to go to
Israel and a_ small part
wish to stay in the Soviet
Union.
Intellectuals expressed
their satisfaction about the
Communist regime and
conditions of living in the
Soviet Union.
Dr. Rotenstreich said that
members of the Israeli dele-
gation were always re-

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