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November 23, 1984 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 23, 1984

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Bonn (JTA) — A federal court
in Karlshruhe has ruled that
prison penalties imposed on neo-
nazis must not be suspended. The
court, whose verdicts cannot be
appealed, said that the current
practice of placing neo Nazi de-
fendants on probation can be
viewed by the public as an unjus-
tified softness toward right-wing
extremism.
The decision was taken in the
case of a neo-Nazi who has circu-
lated anti-Semitic propaganda for
a long time. A lower court in
Stuttgart sentenced the man to
two years imprisonment but de-
cided that the term would be sus-
pended. The state prosecution ap-
pealed against the suspension of
the prison term.

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sented its first Human Rights
Award to the University of
Pennsylvania for the school's
four-year effort to obtain the re-
lease of a Soviet Refusenik.
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Michigan was one of 27 colleges
and universities to receive a cer-
tificate for participation in the
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BB cites Penn

Brussels (JTA) — The Interna-
tional Federation of Journalists
(IFJ) has switched the location of
next week's annual meeting from
Jerusalem to Tel Aviv following
protests from four Arab jour-
nalists.

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New York (JTA) — Americans
and Canadians interested in
exploring employment oppor-
tunities in Israel are invited to
participate in a two-week pilot
tour of the country scheduled to
begin on December 3.
The tour, sponsored by the Is-
rael Aliyah Center and Tour
Ve'Aleh, will be open to profes-
sionals from all fields, according
to Moshe Amir, director of the
Aliyah Center's professional em-
ployment desk.
The tour's itinerary will include
meeting with prospective em-
ployers, visits to absorption cen-
ters, settlements and com-
munities throughout Israel; and
seminars with experts in such
fields as housing, education and
banking.

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focus of Israel tour

Tel Aviv (ZINS) — A map re-
cently distributed by Egyptian
Airlines identified the land area
of Israel as "Palestine," according
to the Israeli newspaper Yediot
Ahronot.
In addition, the newspaper re-
ported, a listing on the back side of
the map of international airlines
servicing Cairo Airport omitted
the Israeli carrier, El Al.

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