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VAIL, Colo. — Frank R.
Lautenberg was sworn in as
a United States Senator
from New Jersey Monday.
Lautenberg, a 58-year-
old Democrat, took the oath
of office a week early, while
on vacation here. Sen. John
Glenn (D-Ohio) and Sen.
Rudy Boschwitz (R-Minn.)
attended the ceremony.
The millionaire business
executive defeated Rep.
Millicent Fenwick, a Re-
publican, in the Nov. 2 elec-
tion. His swearing-in fol-
lowed the resignation of
Sen. Nicholas F. Brady, who
had been appointed in April •
to fill the unexpired term of
Sen. Harrison Williams Jr.
Sen. Williams resigned ear-
lier this year as the Senate
was preparing to vote on
whether to expel him for his
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Synagogues Attacked in Peru, Colombia

NJ Senator
Sworn in Early

NEW YORK — Recent
attacks against a
synagogue in Peru and one
in Colombia were the latest
in a growing wave of anti-
Semitic violence that has
alarmed Latin American
Jews in recent months, ac-
cording to Rabbi Morton M.
Rosenthal, director of Latin
American Affairs for the
Anti - Defamation League
of Bnai Brith.
Rabbi Rosenthal warned
that terrorism inspired by
the Palestine Liberation
Organization and other
Arab groups is sharply on
the increase in Latin
America.
Both synagogues were at-
tacked on the evening of
Dec. 3. In Lima, Peru, the
Great Synagogue was
bombed, leaving windows
shattered, moments after
several hundred worship-
pers had vacated the prem-
ises. It was the first time
that a synagogue had been
attacked in Peru, a country
where violence has never
been directed against
houses of worship, Rabbi
Rosenthal said.
The attack was de-
nounced by Peruvian
President Fernando Be-

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was linked with or-
ganized international
terrorism. Peruvian
Jewish leaders sub-
sequently issued a state-
ment declaring that since
the opening of a PLO
office in Peru, that coun-
try has been flooded with
anti-Semitic and hate-
filled propaganda incit-
ing Peruvians to acts of
violence.
In the second attack, six
masked persons wielding
machine-guns invaded a
synagogue in Medellin,
Colombia. The attackers
ordered a small group of el-

derly Jews to line up
against wall. Then they
proceeded to desecrate the
synagogue, burning and
scattering Torah scrolls,
setting the reader's desk on
fire, splashing acid on
draperies and smearing
pro-PLO slogans on the
walls with red paint.
One of the worshippers
was burned by the acid.
The terrorists swore
"vengeance" for the Beirut
camp massacres and pro-
claimed, "Death to Israel
and Yankee imperialism"
according to Rabbi Rosent-
hal. Then they unfurled two

Jordan, Lebanon Frustrate
PLO at the United Nations

UNITED NATIONS —
The Palestine Liberation
Organization has failed in
an attempt to have the UN
General Assembly reserve a
seat for a "Palestinian
state."
The World Jewish Con-
gress made the disclosure in
an internal report by the
UN Representative of the
WJC, Elan Steinberg, to the
Congress Executive. The
Steinberg report, which
aft
assesses the level of PLO
influence at the General
Assembly, points to far-
reaching setbacks suffered
1 by the PLO at the hands of
its Arab "friends."
Lebanon, the report
states, blocked a major PLO
1 initiative in one instance.
And Jordan undermined
PLO efforts on two occa-
sions.
According to the re-
1 port, the proposal to pro-
1 vide a seat for "Pales-
I tine" in the General As-
sembly was to become a
major resolution for
1 which the PLO had se-
cured wide backing. The
1 Jordanians, lobbying
against the proposal both
sal
within and outside the
Arab bloc, prevented the
initiative from reaching
the Assembly floor.
Another resolution,
which was adopted, also
signaled a defeat for the
PLO engineered by the Jor-
danians. The resolution, re-
ferring to total Israeli with-
drawal from occupied ter-
ritories, had been formu-

lated by the PLO to ask for
an interim period during
which the UN would "take
over" the territories follow-
ing such a withdrawal. The
Jordanians succeeded in
forcing a change in the lan-
guage so that the resolution
merely asked for UN over-
sight of these territories.
The Jordanian action, the
report notes, had the aim of
preserving its own options
vis-a-vis the final disposi-
tion of the territories.
Lebanon frustrated the
PLO in the Security Coun-
cil. The PLO had sought a
Security Council investiga-
tion into the massacres at
the Shatila and Sabra refu-
gee camps — an investiga-
tion which never got off the
ground because of unrelent-
ing Lebanese objection.
In its conclusion, the
Steinberg report cites a re-
mark conveyed in private
by the Arab League repre-
sentative, Clovis Maksoud,
in which he summarized the
current impact of UN ac-
tions concerning the Middle
East. "The UN," he said,
"has been marginalized in
the Middle East."

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The hand of the PLO
was also evident in an-
other attack, two months
earlier, on the Jewish
center of Maracaibo,
Venezuela, Rabbi Ro-
senthal said. In that at-
tack, bus loads of univer-
sity students shouted
"Zionists, murderers" as
they scrawled "PLO" in
black paint on windows,
walls and floors of the
building.
Rabbi Rosenthal pointed
out that PLO-inspired van-
dalism of Jewish institu-
tions has also taken place in
Mexico, Bolivia and
Ecuador, and bomb attacks
have been directed against
Israeli embassies in Colom-
bia, Ecuador and
Guatemala.
Arab terrorists and na-
tive Latin Americans
linked to them, Rabbi Ro-
senthal said, have estab-
lished a clandestine net-
work of terror in Latin
America which they are
willing to acknowledge pub-
licly.
A Colombian terrorist
who identified himself as
"Commander Four" told a
reporter for the Colombian
magazine Cromos late last
year that he was organizing
a guerrilla force to oppose
"Jewish and North Ameri-
can imperialism."
Rabbi Rosenthal said the
incursion into the
synagogue in Medellin
"may well be linked to the
formation of such a guer-
rilla force." He added, "Not
only do these terrorist
groups pose a danger to
Jewish communities but
they create additional in-
stability in nations which
are already beset by social
and political unrest."

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Fina Grodski, a Polish polit-
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many.
Grodski said in an inter-
view in a Swiss newspaper
that he had been a member
of "Zomo" and heard of the
alleged Jewish connection
with Solidarity during his
training period.
Asked if he believed it, he
replied, "In my whole life I
have never even met a Jew."

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