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October 21, 1983 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-21

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22 Friday, October 21, 1983

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dodd: Soviet Jews May Gain State Department Eases Rule
in Plane Incident Aftermath
NEW YORK (JTA) —
According to the notice,

Stanley H. Kaplan

The Smart

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-
Conn.) predicted that the
Soviet Union's effort to re-
gain the international
prestige it lost when it shot
down a South Korean air-
liner may result in im-
proved conditions for Soviet
Jewry.
"The Soviet Union's mas-
sacre of KAL 7 and its
passengers dealt a heavy
blow to the image of the
Soviets," he told the annual
meeting of the Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews
(UCSJ).
"At some point even a re-
gime as unfeeling as Yuri
Andropov's is going to try to
recoup some lost good will.
Keeping the attention of the
world focused on the plight
of Soviet Jewry is laying the
groundwork for such an

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eventuality. It will make
clear to the Kremlin leader-
ship one unmistakable way
in which it can make a posit-
ive gesture to the world."
Dodd, who received the
UCSJ's Anatoly
Shcharansky Freedom
Award from the organ-
ization's president, Lynn
Singer, said there was a
need to "redouble our ef-
forts" for Soviet Jews
who he said are now fac-
ing a "new wave" of offi-
cially sponsored anti-
Semitism.

"We have to unceasingly
uncover, publicize and con-
demn incidents of Soviet
mistreatments of its Jewish
population and the Soviet
refusal to permit voluntary
immigration."

Dodd said public officials
must continue to speak out
on the issue and the Ad-
ministration must bring up
the plight of Soviet Jewry at
all meetings with the
Soviets and at any interna-
tional forums where human
rights is discussed.

He also called for the
strengthening of the
Jackson-Vanik Amend-
ment which he said was suc-
cessful in increasing emig-
ration from Hungary and
Romania but not the USSR.
He suggested that ways
might be made to make
trade concessions more
favorable to the Soviets so
that they would be willing
to increase emigration in
order to get these benefits.

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JERUSALEM — A
female West German spy
who worked for the El Fatah
terrorist organization has
been arrested in Israel.
Sonia Leicht Tailak, 34,
was jailed for five years for
working for the terrorist
organization.
According to the London
Jewish Chronicle, Ms.
Tailak traveled to Beirut in
1980 and offered her serv-
ices to the terrorists. While
there she married a Pales-
tinian and was sent back to
West Germany to spy on Is-
raelis.
She was ordered to return
to Lebanon last year, but
was prevented from doing so
by the war. She returned to
Lebanon and upon her re-
turn to Israel was arrested.

Aliya Center
Tour for Emigres

NEW YORK (JTA) — Up
to 300 Russian emigrants to
the U.S. and Canada will
leave for Israel on Dec. 5 to
explore living conditions
and job opportunities in
that country, according to
Moshe Shechter, director of
the Israel Aliya Center.
The pilot trip, coordi-
nated by the Aliya Center
and Tour Va;aleh, would be
the largest such tour of Rus-
sian Jews to Israel ever or-
ganized. The tour is unsub-
sidized and will be paid for
by the participants them-
selves, Shechter said.

The U.S. State Department
has eased the requirements
Sabbath observers had to
meet in order to take the
Dec. 3 written portion of its
foreign service qualification
test, the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith has
announced.
According to Justice
Finger, director of ADL's
Civil Rights Division, the
State Department has
dropped its requirement
that Sabbath observers
submit a special form at-
testing their religious
tenests and obtaining cer-
tification from their "pastor
or official of church or reli-
gious organization."
He noted that last year
ADL informed the State
Department that "a form
of this kind puts an addi-
tional burden on Sabbath
observers and makes it
more difficult for potential
applicants to take the
exam."
In this year's examina-
tion bulletin, there is a
special note to Sabbath
observers who wish to
apply for an alternate
test date to submit a re-
quest before today.

"Sabbath observers should
include in their letter a
self-certification confirm-
ing their affiliation with a
recognized with a recog-
nized body that observes its
Sabbath on Saturday."

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