THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 27, 1985 43
Paris (JTA) — The Supreme
Bourt has postponed the trial of
Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie
which had been scheduled to open
France's highest court An-
nounced on Friday the postpone-
ment of the trial after it over-
turned a lower court decision and
after it ruled that the 73-year-old
former Gestapo officer could be
charged with crimes against
French resistance fighters as well
as crimes against Jewish civilians
who he ordered deported to death
Legal experts said Sunday that
the trial could begin next March
or April, at the earliest, after the
upcoming legislative elections.
Although the postponement is
not linked to the elections, many
believe the government wanted to
avoid a possible political scandal
during the pre-election period.
Barbie's lawyer, Jacques Verges,
has said he intends to shed light
on the betrayal of France's war-
time resistance leader, Jean
Moulin, to the Nazis. Verges has
implied that other resistance
leaders informed the Gestapo of
Moulin's whereabouts for politi-
Some French newspapers pre-
dict that Barbie will never be put
on trial because of his poor health.
The Nazi war criminal is under
treatment for a variety of illnes-
ses at the Montluc Prison in Lyon
where he has been detained since
his expulsion from Bolivia in Feb-
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Bonn (JTA) — The Jewish
community of East Berlin has
protested against an anti-Israel
newspaper cartoon which non-
Jewish intellectuals there pri-
vately described as anti-Semitic.
The cartoon — as well as the
community's protest, which came
in the form of a letter to the editor
— appeared in the Berliner
Zeitung, the official organ of the
East German Communist Party.
The cartoon, published earlier
this month, depicts a stereotypi-
cally Jewish character dispatch-
ing an armored car filled with sol-
diers from Israel over south Leba-
non to remote Arab lands. In pri-
vate conversations, non-Jewish
intellectuals in Berlin described
the cartoon as taken directly from
the Nazi Party newspaper, Der
The letter to the editor, by Dr.
Peter Kirchner, chairman of the
Jewish community of East Berlin,
represents the first official Jewish
communal protest in East Ger-
many against anti-Semitism in
the German Democratic Republic.
The GDR (East German) regime
has consistently portrayed Israel
as a source of evil and malfea-
sance in international relations.
But it has taken pains to try to
show that no anti-Semitic tenden-
cies are involved in its anti-Israel
policy, and that its tiny commun-
ity of 700 Jews enjoys full religi-
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