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May 27, 1983 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 Friday, May 27, 1983

I'VE MOVED TO
AeG B4rIery

Nuclear Holocaust

(Continued from Page 1) community arising from de-
to cover new areas such as: cisions on specific weapons
• How Torah and Jewish and research contracts and
tradition bear on issues of various alternative ap-
the possession and use of proaches to civilian recon-
version;
nuclear weapons;
• The impact of the nu-
• Preparation of religious
clear arms race and of liturgies dealing with the
various arms-control ap- danger of nuclear holocaust;
proaches upon - Soviet
Proposals for
Jewry;
nuclear-weapons-free
Applying the experience zones in the Middle East;
of Soviet Jewry support and
• What lessons can be de-
movements in bypassing
,9(1144,5
governmental controls to rived from the history of the
BILLY
make direct contact with Nazi Holocaust.
Soviet citizens, by examin-
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Nicaraguan Jews Were Ousted

(Continued from Page 1) walls with anti-Zionist

diplomats for two years. In
New York in 1981, the ADL
brought the problems to the
attention of Nicaraguan
Foreign Minister Miguel
d'Escoto, who promised to
investigate the complaints.
Subsequently, Nicara-
guan officials promised
to review confiscation
cases but have not yet de-
livered any response, nor
have they responded to
ADL requests to state the
conditions under which
Jews could return to
their country.
Noting that Minister of
Justice Arguello said at a
recent meeting of the
Human Rights Committee
at the United Nations that
the government would con-
sider a request from
Nicaraguan Jews that the
synagogue be returned to
them as a place of worship,
Rosenthal said:
"This_ is a meaningless
promise in a country with-
out Jews."

ernment policy, pub- propaganda.

fished articles that were
Nicaraguan Jews, accord-
filled with virulent anti- ing to the article, cite the
Semitic statements such long and close relationship
as a reference to "syna- between the Palestine Lib-
gogues of Satan." eration Organization and
- The Sandinistas have the Sandinistas as a source
also converted the syna- of their problems.
gogue in Managua into a
The article states that
children's social club, cover- ADL has sought to alleviate
ing exterior Stars of David the plight of Nicaraguan
with propaganda posters Jews in ongoing dis
and adorning the inside cussions with Nicaraguan

Suspect Held in the Murder
of Peace Now Activist

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
suspect in the grenade mur-
der of Peace Now activist
Emil Grunzweig last Feb-
ruary was remanded in cus-
tody for 15 days by a
Jerusalem magistrate Sun-
day. Three other suspects
arrested last weekend were
released after questioning.
The man being held was
not identified by name. He
was described as being in
his 20s, the father of two
children and a resident of
Kiryat Arba, the Gush
Emunim stronghold adja-
cent to Hebron_
He reportedly denied any
connection with the murder
*of Grunzweig, a 33-year-old
mathematics instructor.
Grunzweig was killed
when an unidentified
person hurled a live gre-
nade into a small group of
demonstrators outside
the prime minister's
office.
They were demanding the
resignation or dismissal of
former Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon in compliance
with the recommendations
of the special commission
which investigated the
massacre of Palestinians
last September in the Sabra
and Shatila refugee camps
in west Beirut.
Three Kiryat Arba men
were arrested for question-
ing last Saturday night and
another was arrested early
Sunday. Two, identified as
Yitzhak Maoz and Mark
Caspi, were released after
two hours when they were
able to establish alibis for
the time of the murder. The
third man, freed Monday,
was not identified.
But the fourth man was
remanded in custody after
police submitted a confiden-
tial report to the court.-
The suspect was
quoted as saying, "I am a
religious man and I de-
test violence .. I think I
was not in Jerusalem on
that day," the day of the
murder. He also denied
any connection with
other persons allegedly
involved in the crime.
Judge Uzi Sivan barred
the release of any further
information to the media on
grounds that the police
should be left to conduct
their ihvestigatioh without
hindrance.
Jerusalem police have
come under strong criticism
lately for their failure to
find Grunzweig's killer
after three months of inves-
tigation into a crime that
shocked the nation. Senior

police officials insist that
the investigation is being
conducted energetically and
that a substantial amount
of manpower has been as-
, signed to it.
The media called the ar-
rests last weekend a "major
breakthrough." But police
officials tended a play down
its importance, noting that
some 500 persons have been
questioned to date and re-
leased for lack of evidence.
Several dozen suspects have
been detained for a time,
but all were subsequently
released.

AIPAC Plans
Policy Meeting

WASHINGTON — The
American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee will hold
its annual policy conference
at the Washington Hilton
June 12-14.
Theme for the conference
is "Citizen Action for
American Foreign Policy,"
and speakers will include
Teddy Kollek, mayor of
Jerusalem; Kenneth Dam,
deputy U.S. Secretary of
State; Tom Dine, executive_
director of AIPAC; Meir
Rosenne, Israel's ambas-
sador to the U.S.; Senators
Paul Laxalt (R-Nev.) and
Christopher Dodd (D-
Conn.); and Tip O'Neill,
speaker of the House (D-
Mass.).
Michigan Congressman
Mark Siljander will be a
workshop participant.

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