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November 19, 1982 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-19

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10 Friday, November 19, 1982

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Experts believe that given a The UCSJ is making pub-
free hand, he will ruthlessly lic appeals for letters to be
suppress any internal chal- sent to the Soviet Embassy
lenge to the Soviet system. in Washington, to U.S. Sec-
His top priority is said to , retary of State George
be a quiet, stable social and Shultz and to President

Anti-Semitic Incidents

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Is-
raeli lawyers were not per-
mitted to attend the conven-
tion of the International Bar
Association in New Delhi,
according to the daily
Haaretz. The international
groups informed the Israeli
association that lawyers
from Israel and from South
Africa would not be wel-
come.
Meanwhile, a survey says
that a total of 11,000 anti-
Semitic actions were re-
corded throughout the
Western world in 1981.
Quoting opinion polls in a
number Of countries, the re-
port said that 70 percent of
Austrians, 50 percent of
West Germans and Swiss,
and 35 percent of Ameri-
cans were openly hostile to
Jews.
There are 30 neo-Nazi
organizations in the U.S.
according to the survey and
in West Germany 19 kil-
lings were carried out by

neo-Nazi groups.
The American corre-
spondent of the Israeli
Hebrew morning daily
Davar, Yosef Prial, re-
ports a wave of anti-
Semitic feeling sweeping
Latin America:
Anti-Semitic and anti-
Israel slogans appeared on
synagogues and Jewish
cemeteries in Mexico. In
Venezuela, some
synagogues were stoned
and swastikas painted on
Jewish institutional build-
ings. A gang of anti-Semites
broke into the Israeli em-
bassy and smeared the
walls with anti-Semitic slo-
gans.
A large anti-Israel
demonstration took place in
Colombia. In Bogota, Col-
ombia's capital city, anti-
Semites bombed the build-
ing housng the Israeli em-
bassy. Other anti-Semitic
incidents were reported in
Guatemala.

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police. Recently, he bested political climate within the
Chernenko, 71, for the No. 2 USSR. Accordingly, dissi-
spot in the Soviet estab- dents are expected to suffer
lishment, the post of Cen- even more than in the past,
tral Committee Secretary particularly if they are per-
left vacant by the death of ceived to be connected to
Mikhail Suslov earlier this any foreign interests, such
year. as Zionism.
Andropov is known to
Meanwhile, the Union
have been among those of Councils for Soviet
Politburo members who Jews announced a major
frequently complained of campaign to secure the
the relatively "moderate" release of dissident
course Brezhnev tried to Anatoly Shcharansky,
steer on human rights. He who has been on a
believed those "lenient" hunger strike in prison
policies allowed the dissi- since Yom Kippur.
dent movement to flourish.

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the four million mark
(within border's which in-
clude Greater Jerusalem).
Within this figure, 83 per-
cent are Jewish, 13 percent
Moslem, 2.5 percent Chris-
tian and 1.5 percent Druze.
Clearly, the fear that the
Jews might become a
minority in their own coun-
try has not proven justified.
"The respectable demog-
raphers who tried to
frighten us with their
prophecies must recognize
their mistake," Prime
Minister Menahem Begin
told Herut leaders recently.
Nevertheless, there are
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prised 11 percent of the Is-
raeli population in 1968,
today they constitute 15
percent. Some demog-
raphers believe this figure
may rise to 20 percent by
the year 2000. (If including
the administered ter-
ritories, the figure would
jump to 45 percent.)

Einstein Library
Going to Israel

, JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Twenty-seven years after
Albert Einstein's death, the
American scientist's in-
structions to donate all his
books and manuscripts to
the Hebrew University's
National Library will be
fulfilled in January.
The conclusion of litiga-
tion over Prof. Einstein's
will last month provided for
transfer of the Einstein col-
lection from Princeton Uni-
versity, where Einstein
taught.

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Ronald Reagan.
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maintained at the Soviet
Embassy, and the consulate
in San Francisco.

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