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March 25, 1983 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-25

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18 Friday, March 25, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hametz Search a Night Tradition

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

The search for "hametz"
is conducted at night be-
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home at night and, thus, can
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pate in the sea:ch.

Also, before the advent of
the electricity, using a can-
dle for the search at night
illuminated cracks and cre-
vices which might not
otherwise be evident in the
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Hearing Monday in Trifa Case

U.S. District Court Judge
Horace Gilmore will hear a
motion for a temporary re-
straining order Monday af-
ternoon that would prevent
the U.S. government from
deporting Romanian Or-
thodox Archbishop Vale-
rian Trifa.
Trifa, of Grass Lake,
Mich., voluntarily agreed to
deportation last October
during court proceedings.
The U.S. had accused him of
concealing his ties to the
fascist Romanian Iron
Guard during World War II
when Trifa entered the U.S.
in the 1950s and applied for
U.S. citizenship.

Last Friday, eight mem-
bers of Trifa's Romanian
Orthodox Church filed suit
in Federal Distric Court
in Detroit, claiming that the
government's treatment of
Trifa violates the First
Amendment guarantees of
freedom of religion.

Neal Sher, acting direc-
tor of the U.S. Justice De-
partment's Office of Spe-
cial Investigations, told
The Jewish News this
week that he could not
comment on the suit.
"But," he added, "Trifa
voluntarily agreed to de-
portation and waived all
rights to appeal•"

EEC Urges PLO to Back
Reagan Peace Initiative

BRUSSELS (JTA) — The
10 member-states of the
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) called on the
Palestinian people and the
Palestine Liberation
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and to empower King Hus-
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negotiations in the region.
The official statement, is-
sued at the EEC summit
conference here, also urged
the Arab states to take "full
advantage" of the current
opportunity to try to reach a
peace settlement in the
Middle East. The joint
communique reasserted the
right of all states in the
region to live in peace be-
hind secure borders.
At the same time, it reaf-
firmed its "past statements"
which include the Venice
declaration of June, 1980,
and specifically called for
the implementation of the
rights of the Palestinian
people "with all that this
implies." The Venice dec-
laration had called, among
other things, for PLO "asso-
ciation" in any Middle East
peace process.

The 10 leaders included
Prime Minister Margaret
Thatcher of Britain,
President Francois Mit-
terrand of France and
Chancellor Helmut Kohl
of West Germany. They
agreed among them-
selves "not to do any-
thing which could im-
pede America's own ef-
forts" in that direction,
the sources said.

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Sher said the Justice De-
partment is making "dili-
gent efforts" to find a coun-
try that will accept Trifa.
He said West Germany has
turned down a U.S. request
to accept Trifa. Previously,
Switzerland and Italy had
refused requests to allow
Trifa to become a perma-
nent resident.
Trifa has been accused of
instigating a pogrom in
Bucharest in January 1941
which led to the deaths of
hundreds of Jews.

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visit to London by King
Hussein ofJordan and other
Arab League leaders has
revived the friendship be-
tween Britain and the
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Britain's Foreign Secre-
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