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May 11, 1984 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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Friday, May 11, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

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Four generations of an Ethiopian Jewish family marked the
Passover Seder in Ashdod, Israel; last month
following the arrival of the great-grandmother, Zanuba
Bayena (seated fourth from left), the last member of the
family to emigrate from Ethiopia. The 78-year-old Falasha
reached Israel with the assistance of the American
Association of Ethiopian Jews.

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Wallenberg TV mini-series
is planned for next season

New York (JTA) — Raoul
Wallenberg, the lost hero of
the Holocaust, will be the
subject of a television mini-
series based upon his life
and exploits in rescuing
more than 100,000 Hunga-
rian Jews from shipment to
the Nazi death camps.
Paramount Pictures TV
will shoot the four-hour
production in Europe this
summer, with air dates
scheduled for next season.
The program will feature
Richard Chamberlain in the
title role of the Swedish dip-
lomat who went to Budapest
in the middle of World War
II, snatched thousands of
Jews from the clutches of
the German commando
squads and disappeared
into a Soviet prison camp,
never to be heard of again

U.S. 'too rigid'
on Palestinians,
McGovern says

Former U.S. Sen. George
McGovern, addressing a
group of Arab-Americans in
Dearborn Sunday, called for
both Israeli and Palestinian
homelands and said that
Americans are "too rigid"
on the Palestinian issue.
The former South Dakota
-Senator and 1972 Demo-
ratic Presidential nominee
was the keynote speaker at
the annual banquet of the
Greater Detroit Chapter of
the American-Arab Anti-
Discrimination Committee.
McGovern, who had entered
this year's Presidential race
but dropped out following
the New Hampshire pri-
mary, sympathized with the
Palestinians, saying they
"have been pushed around
and ignored."
Congressman John Con-
yers, of Detroit, also spoke
at the banquet, which was
attended by about 600
people.

despit4' the world-wide
campaign to gain his re-
lease.
The script for the mini-
series has been written by
Gerald Green, novelist and
author of the TV series
"Holocaust."
Green's script is based on
Lost Hero: the Mystery of
Raoul Wallenberg by Rabbi
Frederick Werbell and
Thurston Clarke.
Meanwhile, more Cana-
dian organizations are join-
ing the move in that country
to make Wallenberg an
honorary citizen of Canada.
Joining in the effort this
week were the Canadian
Council of Christians and
Jews, the Swedish-
Canadian Chamber of
Commerce, the Chinese-
Canadian National Council
and the Federation Inter-
nationale des Droits de
L'Homme (International
Federation for Human
Rights).

The move is an effort to
pressure the Soviet Union
to release Wallenberg. In
1981, the U.S. Congress
made Wallenberg an hon-
orary citizen of the United
States. Winston Churchill
was the only other person
given that honor.

Baby boom?

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
population increased by two
percent over the past year,
according to figures re-
leased by the Central
Bureau of Statistics on the
eve of Independence.-Day.
The population totals
4.170 million, of which
3.452 million (83 percent)
are Jews; 552,000 (13 per-
cent) Moslems; 97,000 (2.3
percent) Christians; and
69,000 (1.7 percent) Druze
and others.

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