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May 03, 1985 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-03

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Bonn (JTA) — Nominal fines
equivalent to $65 were imposed
=, by a Frankfurt court this week on
each of three members of an out-
lawed neo-Nazi organization
found guilty of circulating anti-
' Semitic propaganda and display-
ing symbols of the Nazi regime,
including swastikas. Three other
neo-Nazis were acquitted.

The six were identified as
members of the "Action Front Na-
tional Socialist," a banned organ-
ization whose leader, Michael
Kuehnen, is currently serving a
prison term. The defendants were
tried for offenses committed in
' 1983. Prosecutor Helga Goy-Fink
maintained there was no evidence
available to refute the claim of the
accused that they were carrying
- - the banned material by accident.

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New York (JTA) — A new
group has been established to
promote an annual memorial to
the fallen Israeli soldiers of all
wars.
The National Israel Memorial
Day Committee, composed of
leading Jewish figures from all
branches of Judaism, held its first
program April 22 at the Hebrew
Institute of Riverdale, N.Y.
Rabbi Avraham Weiss,
spiritual leader of the Riverdale
Synagogue and acting coor-
dinator of the committee, asked
that memorial candles be lit
yearly in individual homes on the
evening preceding Yom Hazika-
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Ottawa (JTA) — Survivors of
the Holocaust and their children,
gathered here to mark the 40th
, anniversary of the liberation of
the death camps, pledged unre-
lenting pressure for remembrance
lest the world forget or deny the
terrible events of the Nazi era.
The Canadian Gathering of
Holocaust survivors this week
drew some 4,000 participants.
Many stood in a cold rain on Par-
- liament Hill Sunday afternoon to
• witness the kindling of six giant
torches symbolizing the six mil-
_ lion Jews who perished in the
Holocaust. The flames soared into
the leaden skies, casting the
buildings of Canada's parliament,
a symbol of Western democracy,
in sharp relief.

There were other ceremonies
and speeches Sunday night in the
• packed main hall of the Canadian
Jewish Congress Center here.
For the survivors, their chil-
dren and thousands of well-
- wishers, Jews and non-Jews, this
anniversary is especially troubl-
' ing. Deniers of the Holocaust have
become bolder and more brazen in
their propaganda in Canada and
elsewhere.
And there seems to be a
willingness, if not to forget, then
to homogenize the Holocaust as
just another incident in the car-
nage of World War II.
Nazi-hunters Serge and Beate
Klarsfeld were two of the notables
attending the ceremonies.

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