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March 22, 1985 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-22

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Friday, March -22, 1965 -- - THE DETROtT- JEWI- SH- NEWS

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Bonn (JTA) — Proposed legisla-
tion that would outlaw the neo-
Nazi propaganda claim that the
Holocaust never occurred — the
so-called "Auschwitz lie" — is be-
deviling West German legislators
despite a compromise reached by
the government coalition last
Friday intended to avoid a bruis-
ing debate in the Bundestag.
The compromise was sharply
attacked by local Jewish and
non-Jewish groups, including
members of the coalition. Helmut
Leonardy, chairman of the West
German Association of Judges,
called it a "bad compromise"
likely to worsen rather than im-
prove the present situation.
Heinz Galinski, head of the
West Berlin Jewish community,
said the compromise failed to take
into account the unique character
of the Third Reich's annihilation
policy against Jews. He also said
that the bickering among the var-
ious parties over so grave a matter
seriously damaged West Ger-
many's image. "As a former in-
mate of Auschwitz I feel myself
offended by this continuous quar-
rel," Galinsky said.

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Another dubious element of the
compromise is that it does not
consider the "Auschwitz lie" an of-
fenseper se but rather an insult to
relatives of persons who perished
in the Holocaust. The coalition
parties agreed to empower state
prosecutors to initiate legal action
against persons who propagate
the insult. Until now, proceedings
of this kind were possible only
when initiated by the victims.

Judge Leonardy said it would
be "practically impossible" to
prove that persons who deny the
Holocaust thereby insulted indi-
vidual Jews.

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The most offensive feature of
the compromise legislation is that
it equates the Holocaust with the
crimes of "terror regimes" against
Germans during and after World
War II.
Persons who claim for example
that millions of Germans were not
expelled from the eastern regions
of Germany after the war would
be subject to the same penalties as
those who allege the Holocaust
was a hoax.

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