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May 17, 1985 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-17

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Friday, May 17; 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Washington (JTA) — The cen-
tral body of Reform Judaism in
the U.S. and a leading black civil
rights organization have an-
nounced the conclusion of a joint
program of action that includes ef-
forts to send black and Jewish
youth to Africa and Israel, con-
tinued backing of affirmative ac-
tion programs for blacks and sup-
port for economic sanctions
against South Africa.
The join plan was the product of
a two-day conference of the Kivie
Kaplan Institute — a join project
of the Union of American Hebrew Cl
Congregations (UAHC) and the
National Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People
(NAACP). Benjamin Hooks,
president of the NAACP, and
Rabbi Alexander Schindler,
president of the UAHC, an-
nounced the results of the confer-
ence last week in Washington.
"We came together for this con-
ference at a time when events of
great significance to us were tak-
ing place," the joint statement
said. "Together, we spoke out
against the evil of apartheid in
South Africa and against the per-
secution of Jews in the Soviet
Union."
The two organizations agreed to
implement a legislative program
that includes support for sanc-
tions against South Africa and the
separation of church and state. An
effort will be made as well to in-
crease black and Jewish partici-
pation in joint activities and to
expand black-Jewish dialogue in
committees around the country.

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SYMPOSIUM

BY

HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL CENTER

ON

A. American Government's Failure to Rescue European
Jews During the Holocaust.
Role
of American Jewish Leadership and That of the
B.
Christian Community During the Holocaust.
C. President Reagan's Visit to the Bitburg Cemetery.

Question and Answer Period to Follow Presentations.

The Symposium Will Take Place At:

THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

Sunday, May 19, 1985, 2:00 p.m.
Schiffman Hall of the J.C.C.

Public Invited

Admission Free

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Bonn (JTA) — The Bonn gov-
ernment released a report last
week disclosing that as of 1984
there were 89 neo-Nazi and ex-
treme right-wing organizations
active in the Federal Republic,
with a combined membership of
22,000, a ten percent increase
both in the number of organiza-
tions and in their membership.
These groups have shown an in-
creased tendency to resort to vio-
lence and are a potential source of
subversive activities which are
relatively difficult to monitor, the
report, prepared by the govern-
ment Agency for the Protection of
the Constitution, stated. It also
devoted a section to Palestinian
terrorist organizations operating
in West Germany.
According to the report, many
of the 89 organizations have a
membership of only a few ac-
tivists. The largest and most
dangerous are the "German
Peoples Union" with more than
12,000 members, led by Gerhard
Frey, publisher of the Munich-
based neo-Nazi weekly National
Zeitung; and the National Demo-
cratic Party (NPD) with a mem-
bership of about 6,000. About a
decade ago, the NPD participated
in national, state and local elec-
tions.
A notable omission from the re-
port is "Hiag," the umbrella
organizations of veterans of the
Nazi SS and Waffen SS, divisions
which hold annual reunions, usu-
ally in small resort towns.




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