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February 15, 1985 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 15, 1985

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San Francisco (JTA) — Mark
Nepomniaschy, a 53-year-old
Soviet Jewish activist from
Odessa, was sentenced last week
to three years in a labor camp for
"anti-Soviet slander," it was
learned by the Bay Area Council
for Soviet Jews and the Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews. Nepom-
niaschy first applied to emigrate
six years ago. He was arrested
Oct. 11, 1984 and interned in a
psychiatric hospital prior to his
two-day trial.
The charges of anti-Soviet
slander emerged following the ar-
rest last year of Yaacov Levin, a
25-year-old Hebrew teacher from
Odessa picked up by security offi-
cials just days before he was
scheduled to marry Nepomnias-
chy's daughter, Yehudit. Levin
was sentenced last November to
three years in a prison camp.
Nepomniaschy wrote to the
West, "I appeal on behalf of
Yaacov Levin . . . When the
authorities learned that Yaacov
was to marry my daughter, he was
told he would not marry her but
would be put in a cell with crimi-
nals and she would be raped be-
fore his eyes."
Nepomniaschy and Levin are
among many Jewish activists and
Hebrew teachers recently ar-
rested in the USSR. Along with
numerous arrests, searches of
homes of Jewish activists have
also increased, with a wave of 50
searches at the end of 1984 and
about 15 in January.
Meanwhile, French Jewish
writer Alain Finkielkraut and
French journalist Dominque Nora
returned to Paris last Friday after
Soviet authorities expelled them
from the Soviet Union. The two
were under house arrest at their
Kiev hotel for two days after they
met with several Jewish re-
fuseniks.
Finkielkraut; 35, and Nora,
who works for the French daily
Liberation, were accused by the
Russians of having given one of
the refuseniks unspecified "sub-
versive" material and were ac-
cused of "belonging to an interna-
tional Zionist organization."

Finkielkraut said after his ar-
rival in Paris that the Soviet in-
vestigators threatened to beat -
him and have Nora raped.

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Gainesville, Fla. (JTA) — The
University of Florida's Inter-
fraternity Council has recom-
mended a one-year suspension for
a fraternity which printed awards
for "kike of the year" and . "most
hateable Jew of the year" and cir-
culated a handbook outlining how
many beers it takes to seduce
"certain little sisters."

The panel's recommendation —
which also asks that the Beta
Theta Pi's "little sister" program,
a women's auxiliary, be sus-
pended indefinitely — will be
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