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November 30, 1984 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-30

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Friday, November 30, 1984

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New York (JTA) — Odessa re-
fusenik Yakov Levin was sen-
tenced in the Soviet Union last
week to three years in a labor
camp for "defaming the Soviet
State," the Greater New York
Conference on Soviet Jewry re-
ported.
In his concluding statement,
Levin proclaimed that he was not
guilty and that he was being tried
for his views and not his deeds. In
finding Levin guilty, the judge
specifically cited the fact that L,he
refusenik had distributed copies
of Exodus and the writings of
Jabotinsky, and also mentioned a
Purimshpiel in which Levin had
participated.

Levin, a refusenik since 1979, was
arrested last August just seven
days prior to his scheduled mar-
riage to Yehudit Nepomniashchy,
following a search of his home. He
is one of five Jewish culture ac-
tivists arrested in recent months.
The others, Yuli. Edelshtein and
Aleksandr Khomiansky of Mos-
cow and Yakov Mesh and Mark
Nepomniashchy of Odessa, are
still awaiting trial.
Meanwhile, the start of this
year's Women's plea for Soviet
Jewry, an annual event held
under the aegis of the Leadership
Conference of National Council of
Jewish Women (NCJW), was
marked by a press conference in
New York Friday. NCJW is coor-
dinating special observances on
behalf of Soviet Jews which will
be held in 96 communities across
the United States beginning
Tuesday.
The principal speaker at the
press conference was Alexandra
Finkelstein, marine biologist and
soviet "refusenik" who recounted
the twelve years of frustration, in-
timidation and harassment suf-
fered by herself and her family as
they awaited emigration visas
from Soviet officials before being
allowed to emigrate this year.
Earlier this month, in Toronto,
an expert on international law,
human rights and Soviet Jewry
said that the Jewish community
must "fine tune" its responses to
the Soviet Union on the issue of
Jewish emigration and to forego
an unvarying "shrei gevalt" reac-
tion regardless of how many Jews
are allowed to emigrate annually.
Yoram Dinstein, rector of Tel
Aviv University, told several
hundred people attending a ses-
sion on "The Rescue of Soviet
Jewry: Whose Responsibility?" at

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