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April 27, 1984 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-27

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Friday, April 27, 1984

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Zogby to advise
Jackson, aides
on Arab issues

New York (JTA) —James
Zogby, director of the
American Arab Anti-
Discrimination Committe,
has been chosen by the
Jesse Jackson for President
Committee as its adviser on
Arab American affairs, ac-
cording to this month's
issue of Boycott Report. The
report, which is issued by
the American Jewish Con-
gress, pointed out that there
is no comparable adviser on
Jackson's staff for Ameri-
can Jewish affairs.
Meanwhile, in Washing-
ton, Democratic President-
ial hopeful Walter Mondale
has indicated that he ex-
pects support for his candi-
dacy from the American
Jewish community, even if,
as one interviewer
suggested, he "holds hands
up with Jesse Jackson" at
the end of the Democratic
convention in San Fran-
cisco.
Mondale also denounced
recent statements by Louis
Farrakhan, head of the Na-
tion of Islam, as "poison"
which "go beyond the boun-
dary of political rhetoric."
Farrakhan, a strong sup-
porter of Jackson's
Presidential aspirations,
last month acclaimed Hitler
as a "very great man" and
has also called for blacks to
ostracize Milton Coleman,
the Washington Post re-
porter who disclosed
Jackson's remarks refer-
ring to Jews as "Hymies"
and New York as
"Hymietown."

Museum gets
Holocaust diary

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
diary of a 17-year-old girl,
describing her life hidden in
a cellar in Warsaw during
the first 113 days of the Nazi
occupation of the Polish cap-
ital, has been donated to the
Holocaust Memorial
Museum at Kibbutz Lo
hamei HaGetaot in west-
ern Galilee, by the diarist.
Described as the "Polish
Anne Frank record," the
54-page account of her life
in the cellar with.60 other
Jews was recently found by
the young writer, Lily Gol-
denberg, during spring
cleaning.
Ms. Goldenberg believes
she was the last Polish
Jewish citizen allowed by
the Nazis to leave Poland
for Palestine, on the
strength of a Palestine
entry certificate already
granted to her before the
outbreak of the war.
In the diary, she mov-
ingly describes the High
Holiday prayers led by Can-
tor Moshe Koussevitzky,
the groWing iegradation of
the Jews in Warsaw and the
start of construction of the
wall around the ghetto.

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