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July 08, 1983 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

2 Soccer Fans
Ordered to Learn
About Holocaust

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Two youths who shouted
anti-Semitic remarks at a
soccer game last month
have been sentenced by a
Rotterdam magistrate to
visit sites in Holland asso-
ciated with the Holocaust
and write essays on their
impressions. One must pay
a fine.
The unusual punishment
was imposed by Judge Rosa
Lensink Bosman on the two
young men, aged 20 and 21,
who are fans of the Utrecht
Football Club.
During a match with the
Excelsior Club in Rotter-
dam, they shouted "All
Jews in the camp must be
killed" and other anti-
Semitic epithets. Both
claimed in court that they
were drunk at the time and
admitted that they know
little or nothing of what
happened during the Nazi
occupation of Holland.
One was sentenced to
visit the site of the Wester-
brook camp in The Nether-
lands where Dutch and
other Jews were herded for
transportation to death
camps in eastern Europe.
The other must visit the
Anne Frank House in
Amsterdam and contribute
250 Guilders (about $100) to
the Anne Frank Founda-
tion. Both must send their
essays to the sentencing
magistrate.

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Israelis Refuse
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JERUSALEM. (ZINS) —
Many non-Israeli Arabs are
working in Israel in unskil-
led jobs because of tougher
standards being followed by
Israel's job placement serv-
ice.
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Arabs. Some 59,000 Arabs
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ritories held jobs in Israel
last month.

Law Enforcement
in Territories
May Change

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
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evaluation of law enforce-
ment in the administered
territories were taken last
month by a ministerial
committee headed by De-
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