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March 29, 1985 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-29

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New York (JTA) — Dr. Raul Al-
fonsin, the President of Argentina
pledged last week his continued
commitment to human rights and
religious freedom in Argentina
and vowed to fight intolerance
*against the Jewish and other
minorities in his country.
The Argentinian president
made his pledge at the Jewish
Theological Seminary (JTS) of
America in New York, where he
received the seminary's first Cen-
tennial Medal for Religious Free-
tom for his contribution to human
rights and religious pluralism in
Argentina.
Alfonsin warmly thanked the
JTS for the award. He said in a
short speech in Spanish that a
new "international moral order
must be established to guide rela-
tions between men and people."
Attending Thursday's cere-
mony was U.S. Sen. Gary Hart
(D-Col) who also praised Alfon-
sin's leadership. "Today," Hart
said in a short speech, "We
applaud the Argentine people for
eir historic march toward free-
dom; and we applaud you Mr.
President, for your unflinching
leadership against anti-Semitism
and repression."

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Saudi Ara-
bians may soon be eating kosher
hot dogs made in Israel, though
they will not be labeled as such.
According to Reuben Maskit,
general manager of the Soglowek
ausage and Meat Factory in
Nahariya, a European middle-
man has offered to buy a large
consignment of kosher "sausages"
for shipment to Saudi Arabia from
Europe. Maskit said the Saudi
authorities selected his product
after conducting an extensive
arket survey which showed the
Soglowek meats are best suited to
their country's requirements.
The Nahariya factory is now
looking for a senior Moslem reli-
gious figure to provide official cer-
tification that the "sausages" con-
tain no pork or pork byproducts
which are forbidden to Moslems
as they are to Jews. If the deal
goes through, the Israeli "saus-
ages" will be marketed in Saudi
Arabia with no visible indication
of their country of origin.

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JDC Bolsters
Ethiopian Relief

New York (JTA) — The Ameri
can Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee (JDC) has received
$1.9 million in cash donations so
far for its relief program in
famine-stricken Ethiopia, accord-
ing to Dr. Saul Cohen, executive
vice-president of the JDC:
Speaking at a press conference
last week, Cohen said that in
addition, the JDC has received
donations of 80 tons of goods, such
as clothing, medicine and medical
supplies, for distribution in
Ethiopia. He estimated the value
of these goods as being over $1.1
million.

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