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November 15, 1985 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-15

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Mayor Refuses
To Ban Play

Frankfurt (JTA) — Mayor
Walter Wallman of Frankfurt
said Sunday he could not ban
the performance of an anti-
Semitic play written by the late
Rainer-Werner Fassbinder, but
he urged the director of the
government-supported
Frankfurt Theater, Guenther
Ruehle, not to stage it.
Wallman announced his deci-
sion to a largely Jewish audi-
ence attending a service at
Frankfurt's main synagogue.
The synagogue was packed with
journalists from Germany and
abroad.
The play, titled Der Muell, die
Stadt and Der Tod (Garbage,
the City and Death), has as its
central character a ruthless real
estate speculator who in the
original version is known as
"the rich Jew." The play has
been modified to eliminate that
appellation but German Jews
and non-Jews — Wallman
among them — still consider it
anti-Semitic. ,
It has been the center of a
fierce controversy in West Ger-
many since Ruehle was forced to
cancel the premier on Oct. 31
when the stage was occupied by
25 Jewish protestors who had
purchased tickets.

House Moves
On Arms Sales

Washington (JTA) — The
House Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee last Thursday unanimously
approved a resolution barring
arms sales to Jordan prior to
March 1 unless Israel and Jor-
dan have begun "direct and
meaningful peace negotiations."
Passed overwhelmingly by the
Senate two weeks ago, the reso-
lution was a compromise drafted
by Senate Republican leaders
hoping to avoid a defeat of the
Reagan Administration proposal
in the face of strong bipartisan
opposition to such sales.
The only Senator to oppose
the resolution was Christopher
Dod (D-Conn.), who had called
for the clear guarantee of the
right to reject the arms sales
after March 1 if peace talks
have not begun. Although the
House Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee members considered intro-
ducing an amendment to that
effect, the resolution was ulti-
mately introduced as approved
by the Senate.

Zionism Lauded

Sao Paulo (JTA) — The first
Pan American conference on
Catholic-Jewish relations con-
cluded in Sao Paulo last week
with the adoption of a document
recogizing that Zionism is an
expression of the Jewish people's
wish for liberty and is uncon-
taminated by racism and de-
spotism.
But the delegates to the two-
day conference declined to pass
a motion condemning the in-
famous UN resolution equating
Zionism with racism.

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