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December 17, 1982 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-17

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8 Friday, December 17, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

War Protests in Europe?

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Dur-
ing Israel's war in Lebanon
26 postal stations in Europe
refused to forward mail ad-

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dressed to Israel.
During a meeting of the
Zionist Actions Committee
in Israel, members re-
ported 19 anti-Semitic or
anti-Israel actions in
Europe, including the
breaking of a cooperation
agreement between the
universities of Haifa and
Nice.
MK Eliahu Ben-Elissar
said there was a wave of
anti-Semitic opinion in the
U.S. that believes that Is-
rael is strong enough to
make territorial com-
promises in Judea and
Samaria.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Feliks Kochubievsky, a
Soviet Jewish activist from
Novosibirsk, was sentenced
to 2 1/2 years in a labor camp
last week, it was reported by
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry.
The 52-year-old electrical
engineer was convicted for
"circulation of fabrications
known to be false which de-
fame the Soviet state and
social system."
He faced a maximum
penalty of up to three years
imprisonment.

Kochubievsky has
been the target of KGB

Henry A. Kissinger, left, talks with Avital
Shcharansky, wife of the imprisoned Soviet Jewish
dissident, about the plight of her husband. The meet-
ing took place just before Stephen Wise Awards
dinner of American Jewish Congress last month at
Grand Hyatt Hotel. At center is Howard M. Squadron,
president of AJCongress, who received a Stephen
Wise award for leadership.

harassment since he first
applied to emigrate to Is-
rael in 1978, the National
Conference said.

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The demonstrators
blocked all traffic to the
embassy and paralyzed a
central part of Paris for
close to three hours Sun-
day night.

He and his wife, Valen-
tina, were denied permis-
sion to join their two sons in
The protestors lit Hanuka
Israel on the grounds of "re- candles outside the embassy
gime considerations." His while chanting "Freedom
subsequent efforts to re- for Shcharansky" and "Exit
establish a "USSR-Israel visas for all Russian Jews."
Friendship Society" exacer-
Shcharansky, who is
bated his already strained serving a 13-year prison
situation.
sentence, began a hunger
According to the National strike Sept. 27 in Chistipol
Conference, Kochubievsky prison to protest the denial
is presently in very poor by authorities of visitation
health. He is suffering from rights and correspondence
a kidney ailment which re- with his family.
quires immediate surgical
Meanwhile, the Jewish
attention.
War Veterans commended
In Paris: demonstrators the U.S. Embassy in the
in dozens of cars blocked all USSR for support of Soviet
the streets leading to the Jewish refusniks. Stanley .
Soviet Embassy to protest N. Zwaik, national com-
the continued imprison- mander of JWV, made the
ment of Soviet Jewish pris- commendation after his
oner of conscience Anatoly Nov. 23-30 trip to the Soviet
Shcharansky.
Union.

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Students at Hebrew University signed a petition
addressed to the USSR Minister of Internal Affairs
demanding the release of Shcharansky. The petition
drive was organized by the students in the Rothberg
School for Overseas Students on the Mt. Scopus cam-
pus.

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Both sides admitted that
agreement was possible but
neither expressed much op-
timism that a crippling
work stoppage on Thursday
could be prevented.
A similar number of civil
servants — 400,000 or a
third of the total work force
— observed a two-day strike
last week.

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As the bureau was issu-
ing its cost of living index
on Wednesday, represen-
tatives of the Treasury
and the Histadrut were
going into another ses-
sion of negotiations on
salary increases and
wage policy, designed to
prevent another strike by
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael's cost of living index
rose by 6.5 percent during
November, bringing the in-
flationary increase since
the beginning of the year to
just over 119 percent, the
Central Bureau of Statistics
announced.
If the December increase
is similar, the annual in-
flationary rate will be the
highest ever in Israel's his-
tory — over 130 percent.
At the beginning of the
year the Minister of- Fi-
nance had promised to re-
duce inflation to below 100
percent.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel's resumption of rela-
tions with African nations
is not based strictly on mili-
tary aid but encompasses
economic ventures as well,
David Kimche, director
general of the Foreign
Ministry, told the Knesset's
Foreign Affairs and Secu-
rity Committee.
He said insufficient at-
tention is paid the economic
and commercial elements of
these relationships.
Kimche said that as a rule
Israel preferred to keep a
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broken off by Zaire during
the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir recently visited
Zaire when he signed
mutual cooperation agree-
ments for agricultural and
commercial ventures.

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