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August 03, 1984 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-03

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52 Friday, August 3, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Washington (JTA) —
Baruch Tegene, an Ethio-
pian Jew who has rescued
over 50 of his fellow
Falashas and brought them
to Israel, gave a group of
Jewish Congressional aides
an update last week on the
dire circumstances of the
Falashas inside Ethiopia as
well as those inside the ref-
ugee camps in Sudan.
Tegene stressed that in-
side Ethiopia most of the

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young men are gone from
the villages, leaving only
women, children and old
men to fend against famine
and government oppres-
sion.
Inside the camps, the
9,000 to 10,000 refugees
who fled Ethiopia leaving
behind all their property in
the hope of getting to Israel,
are beset with problems of
hunger, polluted water, and
prejudice of their Christian
and Moslem neighbors in
the camps. Tegene said the
refugees had to go great dis-
tances to obtaih water
which is badly polluted, re-
sulting in diarrhea which
kills many children.
/The young Jewish leaders
discussed steps Congress
could take in working with
the Sudanese government
to obtain the release of the
Falashas.
There is the possibility
that as many as 20 a week
could be released for family
reunification with relatives
already in Israel, and a
similar number for medical
reasons, the young Jews
said.
The hope was expressed
by the leaders that now,
after the election in Israel,
the Israeli government will
show greater interest in re-
scuing and settling many
more Falashas in Israel.

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The I. Irving Feldman
Galleries will have an ex-
hibit entitled, "Forms and
Figures," on display now
through September.
This show will include
various prints, watercolors
and canvases. The artists
represented are Henry
Moore, Jeanne Norman Ch-
ase, David Hockney, Larry
Rivers and Grace Hartigari.
Gallery hours are: Mon-
day through Saturday, 10
a.m. - 5 p.m. and Thursday,
10 a.m. - 8 p.m.



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