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May 11, 1984 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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Friday, May 11, 1984

THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

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BONN (JTA) — The Con-
stitutional Court in
Karlsruhe has ruled that
the slogan "Juden Rayus"
(Jews Out) constitutes an
incitement to racial dis-
crimination that is punish-
able by law but the slogan
"Turks Out" is not necessar-
ily illegal. Both exhorta-
tions are favorites of neo-
Nazi agitators in West
Germany.
The decision by the court
was taken in the case of a
30-year-old neo-Nazi who
had appealed against his
26-month, prison sentence
by a lower court for various
offenses including daubing
walls with both of the slo-
gans.
There are more than two
million Turkish nationals
living in West Germany, in-
cluding several hundred
thousand "guest workers"
and their families. The
Jewish population is about
30,000.
The constitutional court
stated that the persecution
of Jews by the Nazis make it
obvious that the slogan
"Jews Out," accompanied
by swastika daubings, is a

clear call to violence and
terrorist measures.
This is not necessaiily so
with respect to "Turks Out,"
the court said, adding how-
ever that the slogan clearly
implies that Turks, as for-

eigners, are being called on
to leave the country.

West German newspap-
ers have questioned the
court's differentiation be-
tween the two slogans.

Bill would make it illegal
for U.S. to hire ex-Nazis

Washington (JTA) — A
bill making it illegal for the
U.S. government to employ
or compensate' Nazi war
criminals in any form has
been introduced by Rep.
William Lehman (D-Fla.).
Lehman said his legisla-
tion was prompted by dis-
closure that American in-
telligence agencies paid
Nazi war criminal Klaus
Barbie and frustrated
France's efforts to extradite
Barbie.
The U.S. role was re-
vealed after Barbie was ex-
tradited from Bolivia last
year to France where he
awaits trial in Lyon, where
he was chief at the Gestapo
during World War II.
Adele Liskov, a legisla-

tive assistance to Lehman,
said while the bill may he
"symbolic" since the U.S.
government claims to no
longer have ex-Nazis on the
payroll, she said it is still
possible that some Nazi war
criminals living abroad are
being used by American in-
telligence. She said that
even if it's a bill that pre-
vents one Nazi from being
paid from the U.S. it will be
worthwhile.
Lehman's bill was re-
ferred to the House Gov-
ernment Operations and
the Post Office and Civil
Service Committees. Liskov
said that if the bill is not
taken up in the current ses-
sion it will be reintroduced
by Lehman in January.

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