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April 04, 1986 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-04

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NEWS

7

Demonstrations
Continue At D.C.
Soviet Embassy

Washington (JTA) — Repre-
sentatives of the Reform, Con-
servative and Orthodox rabbin-
ical bodies were among 21 rab-
bis and lay leaders from across
the country arrested last week
in a peaceful demonstation for
Soviet Jewry.
The protest, which is the most
recent in a nearly-year-old series
of arrest rallies outside the
Soviet Embassy here, appeared
to mark a new phase in the na-
tionwide Soviet Jewry move-
ment following the release last
month of the celebrated Jewish
Prisoner of Conscience Anatoly
Shcharansky.
For the first time since the
civil disobedience strategy was
adopted here last May, the Na-
tional Conference on Soviet
Jewry, the main "estab-
lishment" Soviet Jewry organi-
zation with membership agen-
cies throughout the country, ef-
fectively endorsed the arrests by
supporting the rabbinical
groups. All three rabbinical
associations as well as three
other lay groups represented
among those arrested are
member agencies of the Na-
tional Conference.
The previous protests here
have been sponsored by the
Washington Board of Rabbis, in
coordination with the Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews, 'the
other main umbrella Soviet
Jewry organization. Over 130
have been arrested in Washing-
ton since last May by violating
a District of Columbia code that
prohibits demonstrations direct-
ly in front of the embassy build-
ing. Together with demonstra-
tors in San Francisco and New
York, over 1,000 people have
' been arrested to date, some 500
of them rabbis.
The National Conference had
long withheld endorsement of
the arrests, maintaining that
breaking the law was neither
necessary nor justified, especial-
ly when the U.S. Adminsitration
is already sympathetic to the
Soviet Jewish plight. But disap-
pointment over Moscow's fail-
ure to follow through on signals
that it would ease its emigration
restrictions, and its continued
harassment of Jewish activists,
led many of the member agen-
cies to call for an "acceleration"
of the campaign, William Kaiser-
ling, Washington Director of the
National Conference, said.

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