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September 07, 1984 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

Gymnastic group's
plan to include
`Palestine' opposed

Caracas (JTA) — Reacting to
reports that the Pan American
Gymnastics Confederation will
support the participation of
"Palestine" in the International
Gymnastics Federation, the Ven-
ezuelan Jewish community has
asked national governmental and
sporting authorities to help block
this development, the world
Jewish Congress (WJC) reported
last week.
According to the Latin Ameri-
can Branch of the WJC, the
President of the Pan American
Confederation, Jorge Ochoa, upon
his return from the organization's
meeting in Havana, told reporters
that the majority of the organiza-
tion's affiliated countries would
vote for the inclusion of "Pales-
tine" in the international Federa-
tion.
Participants at the Havana
meeting were the National Fed-
erations of Brazil,Colombia,
Cuba, Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico and
Venezuela.
In response, the Confederation
of Jewish Associations of Ven-
ezuela, the representative body of
Venezuelan Jewry and the WJC
affiliate here, immediately sent a
letter to Dr. Milena Sardi, Minis-
ter of Youth in Venezuela, as well
as to Domingo Eduardo Vina,
President of the National Sports
Institute.
The letter, signed by the Jewish
Confederation's President, Wal-
ter Czenstochowski, and its
secretary-general, Max Kreisler,
requests intervention so that the
Venezuelan Gymnastics Federa-
tion does not lend its support to
the proposed inclusion of "Pales-
tine."
The letter denounces the effort
to secure membership for "Pales-
tine" as a cover for the PLO, "the
terrorist organization," to infil-
trate an international organiza-
tion. The responsibility of the
massacre of Israeli athletes by
PLO terrorists at the Munich
Olympics is recalled in this con-
nection.

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They maintained that the eco-
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