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April 18, 1986 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-18

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43

SEYMOUR KAPLAN AND FAMILY
HOWARD NISKAR AND FAMILY

Two Refuseniks
Arrested
In Moscow

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New York (JTA) — Soviet
Jewish refuseniks ISai and
Grigory Goldstein were arrested
in Moscow last Monday, just
days before the two Tbilisi
physicists were scheduled to
emigrate to Israel, according to
the Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry (SSSJ). The Goldstein
brothers have been refuseniks
since 1971.
The SSSJ reported that the
Goldsteins were arrested at a
farewell gathering in the Soviet
capital that was hosted by fel-
low emigration activists.
Authorities accused the pair of
not having permission to be in
Moscow. It was not clear if for-
mal charges would be issued
against the Goldsteins and
what, if any, effect the arrest
would have on their anticipated
emigration to Israel.
The Goldsteins are among the
founders of the present-day
repatriation movement among
Soviet Jews. Over the years,
they have been periodically
harassed and questioned by the
KGB. Grigory, the older of the
two brothers, was arrested for
"parisitism" in 1978 and
sentenced to one year in a labor
camp.
Their exist visas had been
secured through the interven-
tion last February of Sen. Ed-
ward Kennedy (D. Mass.). Ken-
nedy, on a visit to the Soviet
Union, submitted a list to of-
ficials of 19 Jews in five families
who were seeking the right to
emigrate. The Goldstein bro-
thers, together with Isai's fami-
ly, which includes his wife
Elizaveta, and their son Avi, his
mother-in-law and their mother,
were on the list.

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Israel Denies
Torture Role

Washington — An Israel Em-
bassy spokesman has denied any
Israel role in the mistreatment
of a Dearborn man of Lebanese
descent during his detention in
southern Lebanon recently.
The spokesman said the man,
Ghazi Dabaja, a naturalized
American citizen, had been mis-
treated but denied that any Is-
raeli soldiers were involved.
According to State Depart-
ment• officials, Dabaja was be-
aten, hung by his wrists and
suffered electric shocks, but offi-
cials were not sure whether it
was the Israelis or their allies in
the South Lebanon Army who
perpetrated the action.
The Israeli spokesman said
that Dabaja had planned to
carry out a murder of SLA offi-
cers and confessed under det,en-
tion. He later recanted. Accord-
ing to the Detroit Free Press, no
charges were filed against
Dabaja.
The spokesman said SLA offi-
cers were involved in Dabaja's
mistreatment, and that Israeli
officers had intervened to make
them stop.

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