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July 30, 1982 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, July 30, 1982

HIAS Aided 13,000 in 1981

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NEW YORK — HIAS, the
Hebrew Immigrant Air
Society, helped almost
13,000 refugees find new

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homes in free countries last
year, according to the agen-
cy's 101st annual report,
BONN (JTA) — The
published this week. Of president of the German-
those served, 6,720 were Israeli Friendship Associa-
Soviet Jews.
tion, Erik Blumenfeld, has
The HIAS report noted a accused the West German
significant decline in the media of "one-sided report-
number of Jews permitted ing" and "biased commen-
to leave the USSR.
tary" in its - coverage of
To conduct its pro- events in Lebanon.
grams, which are oper-
In a protest addressed to
ated through a network Foreign Minister Hans-
of offices in 47 countries, Dietrich Genscher,
HIAS spent $11,523,935 in Blumenfeld complained
1981. This included specifically about the com-
placement and reception parisons in some of the
grants from the U.S. gov- media between the acts of
ernment, which partially Israeli troops in Lebanon
covered HIAS' costs for and Nazi acts of genocide
its Jewish caseload and during World War II. He
which provided full found "false and detestable"
reimbursement for costs the media's use of the term
incurred in helping reset- "final solution" to define Is-
tle 3,909 non-Jewish ref- rael's alleged intentions
ugees.
toward the Palestinians.
HIAS' executive vice
According to Blumenfeld,
president, Leonard the Bonn government
Seidenman, noted in the re- should use its diplomatic
port that although the and political influence to
13,000 refugees helped in help achieve the evacuation
1981 represented a "sub- of west Beirut by the Pales-
stantial" drop from the high tine Liberation Organiza-
caseloads of 1979 and 1980, tion, to persuade the Arab
"our level of activity was states to admit the PLO and
still higher than in all but a to reestablish full Lebanese
handful of exceptional years
sovereignty in a Lebanon
in the postwar period."
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July 24 — To Mr. and
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Terezin Paintings

NEW YORK — The Leo
Baeck Institute has ac-
quired the literary and ar-
tistic estate of Czech-born
Norbert Troller.
The material includes
300 paintings done by Trol-
ler while he was imprisoned
in the Terezin concentra-
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were exhibited last year in
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