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March 29, 1985 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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49

THANK YOU
FOR HELPING US
CELEBRATE OUR
40th ANNIVERSARY

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up himself the recent spate of ar-
rests against Hebrew teachers in
the Soviet Union. The rabbis told
the President that "The American
Jewish community will not rest
until every possible effort is
;== exerted on behalf of freedom for
Soviet Jews."
This was also stressed at the
Capitol rally. Rabbi Louis Berns-
tein, president of the Rabbinical
Council of America (Orthodox),
said the entire Jewish community
is determined not to rest until
Soviet Jews have the right to
freely worship and to emigrate.
Rabbi Henry Michelman,
executive vice president of the
Synagogue Council of America,
said that all 3,000 congregations
in North America will be
mobilized in this effort. He added
that many in the Christian com-
munity "have joined their voices
to ours in a single cry of outrage
and protest."
Both Reps. Robert Mrazek
(D-NY) and John Porter (R-I11.)
stressed the importance of bring-
ing up the Soviet Jewry issue at
all meetings with the USSR. Rep.
Porter added that it should not
only be raised but be "part of the
substantive negotiations."
Perhaps the most optimistic
note came from Rep. Jack Kemp
litgatcr,""Thi's can be-tli-
year n n whic` we can aee a mass
exodus" of Soviet Jews "if negotia-
tions follow through the relation-
ship that is beginning to emerge
between the United States and
the Soviet Union." He did not
elaborate.
In New York last week, Gover-
nor Mario Cuomo and Mayor Ed-
ward Koch, the two main speak-
ers at a press conference spon-
sored by the Greater New York
conference on Soviet Jewry
(GNYCSJ), called for stepped-up
efforts on behalf of Soviet Jewry.
They said that improved relations
- between Washington and Moscow
should be linked to improvement
• in the situation of Soviet Jews.
"The freedom of Soviet Jews
should be a precondition to any
meaningful change in relations
between our two countries,"
Cuomo said in a brief statement at
the press conference at the Shera-
• ton Centre Hotel.
Meanwhile, several longtime
refuseniks have been given per-
mission to emigrate from the
Soviet Union, the Union of Coun-
cils for Soviet Jewry reported last
weekend.
The UCSJ listed them as: Vic-
, tor Gliner and Alexander Yam-
polosky, from Leningrad; and
Tatyana Levinson, Alexander
Khazinov, Boris Shainus, Marina
Shainus, Ala Abersomson and the
Solkhberg and Rosenberg
families, all of Moscow.
However, Evgeny Aisenberg,
Kharkov's only Hebrew teacher,
was arrested on March 19 and
charged with "defaming the
Soviet state and social system,"
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry reported Monday. A
former engineer who has actively
sought repatriation to Israel since
the late 1970s, Aisenberg is a Uk-
rainian Jew. He is the tenth unof-
ficial Hebrew teacher to be ar-
rested in the Soviet Union since
July.

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