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March 11, 1983 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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40 Friday, March 11, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

God ordained the Ninth of
Av as a day of mourning and
tragedy because the Chil-

dren of Israel complained
against God when their
spies brought back reports

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Nazi Sentenced to Death in 59
Still Alive, British Paper Says

LONDON (JTA) — Erich
Koch, one-time Nazi gaulei-
ter of the Ukraine, is alive
in a Polish prison despite
having been sentenced to
death in 1959, the Daily
Telegraph reported last
week.
He was sentenced for the
murder of 72,000 Poles
and the official reason for
him not being executed was
that he was in poor health.
But the Daily Telegraph be-
lieves he may have bar-
gained for his life in return
for a promise to help locate
Nazi plunder. He is now 85.
Koch, who was also war-
time Reich defense commis-
sioner in East Prussia, is be-
lieved to be the most senior
Nazi in captivity after
Rudolf Hess, Hitler's de-
puty, who is held in
Spandau Prison in West Be-
rlin.
Telegraph reporter
Robin Gedye wrote that
Koch is in a top security
prison in the picturesque

village of Barczewo, in
Poland's northern lake
district. Koch was due to
take charge of Moscow
had the Nazis captured it.
In the Soviet Union he
was wanted for the mur-
der of four million Rus-
sians and Jews and for
sending two million
people to forced labor.
As the war ended, he es-
caped to Denmark before re-
turning to live under an as-
sumed name near Hamburg
in West Germany. The
British found him there in
1949 and handed him over
to the Poles.
According to the Daily
Telegraph, his wife set up a
fund for him in a Polish
bank worth some 10,000
British Pounds a year, from
which he has bought the
books on politics and eco-
nomics which line the walls
of his cell. A .Polish jour-
nalist who visited him last
year described him as well-
preserved, small, thin and

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Assistant Secretary of State
for Near East and South
Asian Affairs Nicholas Vel-
iotes maintained last week
that the United States
wants to build up the
Lebanese army so that it
can "protect" the people of
Lebanon and stop any "hos-
tile" forces from entering
that country.
"Any group that would
come into Lebanon with a
hostile attempt against Is-
rael would also be viewed as
having a hostile attempt
against Lebanon," Veliotes
said in testifying before the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee's subcommittee
on Near Eastern and South
Asian Affairs.
While he did not spell it
out, this apparently is the
same argument the U.S. is
making to convince the Is-
raeli government to drop its
insistence on having mili-
tary outposts in south
Lebanon after the Israeli
army withdraws.
The Reagan Adminis-
tration is asking Con-
gress for a supplemental
foreign aid appropria-
tion for 1983 of $251 mil-
lion for Lebanon. This in-
cludes $150 million in
economic aid which will
be spent in 1983-1984,
$100 million to allow
Lebanon to buy weapons
in the United States and
$1 million to cover the
cost of training the
Lebanese army.
Robert Basil, chairman of
the American Lebanese
League's policy committee,
praised the Administra-
tion's efforts to help rebuild
Lebanon. He observed,
however, the 80-85 percent
of the destruction in Leba-
non occurred during the
"seven years of Syrian-PLO
occupation" and only 15
percent resulted from the
Israeli invasion last sum-

mer.
Thomas Dine, executive
director of the American Is-
rael Public Affairs Commit-
tee (AIPAC), stressed that
U.S. aid to Israel has de-
clined 63 percent in real
terms because of inflation
and other factors in the last
nine years. United States
aid to Israel in 1984, he said,
would be one-thirteenth of
the American expenditure
on NATO "at a fraction of
the cost of the support to the
security of South Korea.
Moreover, unlike many al-
lies, Israel seeks no contri-
bution of U.S. combat forces
on its behalf."
Also testifying was
David Sadd, executive
director of the National
Association of Arab Ameri-
cans, who maintained that
U.S. aid to Israel "is not
encouraging stability and
peace in the Middle East."
He urged a "linking" of aid
to Israel's cooperation with
U.S. policy in the Middle
East.
The Administration is
asking $2.485 billion in aid
to Israel in 1984, the same
as this year. Israel must pay
back to the United States
this year $1.1 billion in debt
service.

Begin Concession

PARIS
(ZINS)
President Yitzhak Navon
told the Paris newspaper Le
Figaro that Prime Minister
Menahem Begin made con-
cessions in the Camp David
Accords "I would never have
accepted."
The concessions were
acknowledging the "justifi-
able and legitimate rights of
the Palestinians in Judea,
Samaria and Gaza to take
part in determining their
future."

The name Dan means "he
judged."

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"sporting a small mous-
tache like Hilter's."
Until a few years ago,
Koch received infrequent
visits from his niece, sister
and wife but in recent years
has been seen only by his
Polish lawyer. He still re-
ceived food parcels from
relatives in Germany, the
Telegraph reported.

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