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March 08, 1985 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 8, 1985 1,

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FRED WINKELMAN

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Exit Visa
For Refusenik

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New York (JTA) — Inna
Brukhina, a Moscow refusenik,
has been granted an exit visa to
Israel after waiting since 1978 to
emigrate, the National Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ), re-
ported last week. Brukhina, a
38-year-old musician, has been
involved in Jewish religious and
cultural activities since 1980,
shortly after her visa application
was refused on unspecified
grounds. She has held Israeli citi-
zenship since 1983.
In September 1984, Brukhina
was implicated in the investiga-
tion of Prisoner of Conscience
Yuli Edelshtein when her home
was searched, allegedly for evi-
dence of narcotics. Although no
drugs were found, the officer con-
ducting the search claimed it is "a
well-known fact that Jews use
drugs in their religious rituals."
Authorities later intimated that
an investigation of Brukhina's ac-
tivities was about to be launched.
Dan Shapira, an associate of
Brukhina whose home was also
seached in connection with
Edelshtein's case has since been
arrested on charges of allegedly
"defaming the Soviet state and so-
cial system."
Brukhina, who is eight months
pregnant, was expected to leave
the Soviet Union with her hus-
band and two children by the end
of the week, according to the
NCSJ.
Meanwhile, only 88 Jews re-
ceived exit visas from the Soviet
Union during February, the
NCSJ reported this week.

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tack on the government's eco-
nomic policies this week with the
release of a report by the central
bank. It maintained that the
policies initiated by the Treasury
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ban on the use of international
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month wage-price freeze which
expired in January had reassured
the public on inflation. An
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