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May 11, 1984 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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Thus, the organization re-
ferred to these recent fea-
tures: the virtual end of
emigration; an intensifica-
tion of forced cultural and
linguistic assimilation; a
broadening of the "anti-
Zionist" propaganda cam-
paign, drawing into it new
anti-Semitic elements; and
the cutting off of Soviet
Jews from relations with
others abroad.
The NCSJ said: "a pat-
tern of institutionalized op-
pression has been estab-
lished through new meas-
ures, which have resulted in
increased harassment of
Jews trying to emigrate or
practice their heritage."
Dr. Abraham Blumberg,
the former editor of Prob-
lems of Communism and
one of America's foremost
Sovietologists, drew an
ominous picture during a
recent Heritage Foundation
lecture on "Anti-Semitism
in the Modern World." He
said:
"Anti-Semitism in the
Communist countries of
Eastern Europe is rooted in
and shaped by a variety of
historical experiences. Ac-
cordingly, its manifesta-
tions vary from one country
to another. But above and
beyond its indigenous char-
acter, it has also became a
political weapon to be em-
ployed with cynicism and
impunity — nowhere more
so than in the most powerful
Communist state, the
Soviet Union."
At stake is the survival of
more than two million Jews.

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4,4,142

Soviet action in L. America
may harm Jews, AJC told

New York (JTA) — Tur-
moil in Central America
caused by Soviet interven-
tion is threatening the fu-.
ture of Jewish communities
in the region, according to a
Jewish leader from
Guatemala City.

Moises Sabbaj, the vice
president of the Federation
of Central American Jewish
Communities, told mem-
bers of the American Jewish
Committee attending the
organization's annual meet-
ing in New York last week
that Jews residing in Latin
American countries "are
living at added risk because
their livelihoods depend on
small businesses that are
losing investments, or on
professional services that
inevitably become
nationalized in the event of
leftist takeovers."

Meanwhile, Bernice Re-
snick Sandler, director of
the Project on the Status
and Education of Women of
the Association of American

Colleges, warned the
gathering that anti-
Semitism and anti-Israel
activities will be promoted
by representatives of Third
World and Arab countries
at the United Nations End
Decade Conference for
Women next year in
Nairobi, Kenya.

The AJCommittee also
heard addresses by Morris
Abram, vice chairman of
the United States Civil
Rights Commission, U.N.
Secretary General Javier
Perez de Cuellar and former
Undersecretary of State
Joseph Sisco at the 78th an-
nual meeting.

Delegates heard the re-
sults of an AJCommittee
study on Jewish voting pat-
terns in the 1983 mayoral
election in Philadelphia.
The study revealed that
Philadelphia's Jewish vot-
ers supported black candi-
date Wilson Goode more
than any other white ethnic
group.

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themselves are burned out.
You have to rotate your
leadership. We are seeing
new people get involved. It's
the people who have been
around for years and years
who are the ones who will
express the most frustra-
tion. I know that because
they were there ten years
ago and they saw successes.
The new people who come in
didn't see emigration in
1979 of 51,000. As far as
they are concerned, it's al-
most all new. And they don't
have to feel that they have
that standard to live up to.
What excites me is that I
meet these people. They are
there."
Is it enough? "Absolutely
not," Goodman replied.
"But that's very different .
from saying that people
don't care. I don't buy it. It's
just misreading where
things are. It's just not an
age, a time, of constant pub-
lic demonstrations. That is
true."
Unfortunately,
the
struggle to save Soviet
Jewry will have to continue.
The new Kremlin leader-
ship of Constantin Cher-
nenko is not yet letting up.
If anything, anti-Semitism
in Russia is on the upswing.
The National Conference
on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ)
said the late President Yuri
Andropov left a horrible le-
gacy of legitimizing official
policy toward the Jewish
minority — "elements of
which evoke memories of
the Nazi era and Stalin's
last days."

Friday, May 11, 1984

Our dinner was by candlelight.
The dessert was by citylight.

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