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December 21, 1984 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-21

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Friday, December 21, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Sao Paulo (JTA) — Representa-
tives of the principal Jewish
communities of Latin America
re-affirmed the inviolability of
human rights and the democratic
process in addressing issues of
Jewish and general regional con-
cern at the three-day annual ple-
nary assembly of the Latin
American branch of the World
Jewish Congress which just ended
here.
The gathering brought together
Jewish leaders from Mexico and
Central America, Argentina,
Brazil, Chile, Peru, Paraguay,
Uruguay and Venezuela to
analyze the problems of Latin
America and their effect on the
life of the Jewish communities.
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Jerusalem (ZINS) — Israeli
police did not interfere with
Moroccan filmmaker Bugaib Al-
burichi when he took footage of
Arab neighborhoods this year.
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion sources now claim that the
police knew Alburichi was mak-
ing a film for the PLO. Both the
filmmaker and his film have dis-
appeared in Rome and the PLO
claims Israel's secret service is re-
sponsible.

rector of the WJC Latin American
branch, observed that "clear to all
the participants was the increas-
ing vulnerability of the Jewish
communities becoming trapped
by the various conflicting situa-
tions on the continent of a general
nature."
These conflicts arise, he noted,
from the region's serious eco-
nomic problems which lead to in-
debtedness and its adverse social
effects.

The plenary assembly also
alerted Latin American public
opinion against the growing
anti-Israel and anti-Jewish agita-
tion in the region and condemned
the use of international forums to
"defame Israel and the Zionist
movement that fathered the
state."
It declared 1985 a year of com-
memoration of the 40th anniver-
sary of the end of World War II
which should serve as "a warning
to all of society as to the dangers of
Nazism, neo-Nazism and any
other expressions of racial or reli-
gious hatred."
A resolution adopted by the as-
sembly reaffirmed its "unshaka-
ble commitment to the
philosophic and ethical principles
that underscore the essential dig-
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