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October 28, 1983 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-28

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42 Friday. October 28, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jewish'-?law frowns on
huntirig,–;.especially for
sport: Eveii kosher animals

are considered treif unless
they are humanely
slaughtered by a shohet,

PHOENIX

23041 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE

Extradition of Nazi War
Criminal Brunner Sought

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Beate Klarsfeld, who along
with her husband Serge,
were responsible for track-
ing down the wartime head
of Gestapo in Lyon, Klaus
Barbie, said last week that
West Germany is currently
preparing to make a•ormal
request to Syria for the ex-
tradition of an alleged Nazi
war criminal now living in
Damascus.

RESTAURANT
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7 DAYS A WEEK - 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Mrs. Klarsfeld said in an
-interview with the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency here,
that West Germany will
seek the extradition of Alois
Brunner, who is alleged to
have directed Gestapo oper-
ations in the Nice region.
Serge Klarsfeld went to
Damascus in June 1982 to
make a formal protest with
the Syrian government for
harboring Brunner. He was
ultimately expelled from
Syria.

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According
to
the
Klarsfelds, Brunner was re-
sponsible for the deporta-
tion of Jews from Austria,
Salonika and France in
1943-1944. They claim that
Brunner was personally re-
sponsible with having
rounded up 300 children
from Jewish centers in the
Paris area on July 20, 1944
and deporting them to Au-
schwitz where they were ex-
terminated.
Mrs. Klarsfeld said that
Brunner decided to seek
haven in Syria because "he
knows the feeling of Syria
towards the Jews, and
towards Israel" and also
knows the way the Syrian
government has treated its
Jewish population in the
past.

A shohet is a trained
ritual slaughterer. Trained
in the laws of shehita
(kosher slaughtering), he

uses a perfectly-sharpened
knife (challef) to sever the
jugular vein of an animal
with one stroke.

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