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May 30, 1986 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-30

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Friday, May 30, 1986

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Demjanjuk, a former U.S.
citizen who is the first suspected
war criminal extradited to
Israel, has been in detention at
Ayalon prison for 90 days, the
limit under the law which pro-
vides that remands in custody
must be renewed every 15 days.
This had been done by Jeru-

salem Chief Magistrate Aharon
Simcha.
Attorney General Yitzhak
Zamir accordingly appealed to
the Supreme Court for an order
to hold the prisoner an addi-
tional 90 days. Supreme Court
Justice Yaacov Maltz issued the
30 day order after a hearing at
the prison.
Zamir said there is hard
evidence that Demjanjuk joined
the SS in May, 1942, that he
underwent training and was
posted to Treblinka where he
personally killed hundreds of
thousands of Jews. He reported-
ly operated the gas chambers
and earned the name "Ivan the
Terrible" because of his sadistic
treatment of the camp inmates.
Demjanjuk has claimed he is
a victim of mistaken identity.
But Zamir said he has given con-
tradictory testimony with
respect to names and dates to
support his contention that he
had been a Russian prisoner of
war at the time "Ivan the Ter-
rible" was active at Treblinka.
Zamir said Treblinka sur-
vivors identified Demjanjuk
from photographs. In addition,
he said, the Israeli police have
an identification document
seized by the Soviets at the end
of the war which contains a
photograph of Demjanjuk and
physical details, including a
back scar which the detainee
has. The Attorney General re-
jected Demjanjuk's claim that
the document is a forgery in-
tended by the Soviets to in-
criminate him.

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Washington (JTA) — Israeli
Minister Ezer Weizman ended a
trip to Washington last week
after failing to win a commit-
ment for renewed high-level U.S.
involvement in the Middle East
peace process.
Weizman, a Minister without
Portfolio who has long sought
improved relations with Egypt,
had been sent here by Prime
Minister Shimon Peres in an ef-
fort to persuade the U.S. to
reassert itself in the peace effort
and in the still unresolved
dispute between Egypt and
Israel over Taba. Taba is the
small strip of territory on
Israel's southern border which
both countries claim and whose
status was left unresolved with
Israel's withdrawal from the
Sinai in 1982.
Weizman met twice with Sec-
retary of State George Shultz,
but failed to persuade him to
undertake a new visit to the
region.
"The Secretary is always look-
ing for an opportunity to be
helpful if the United States can
be, in connection with the Mid-
dle East Peace Process," State
Department Spokesman Ber-
nard Kalb said. But he added

that Shultz had no plans to go
to the Middle East at this time.
State Department Legal Ad-
viser Abraham Sofaer is cur-
rently in the region in an effort
to mediate the Taba dispute.
Negotiations over Taba have
foundered over the wording of
the terms of reference for bind-
ing arbitration.
The pursuit by Peres of a
heightened American involve-
ment in the peace process and in
resolving the lingering tensions
surrounding Taba and other as-
pects of Israeol-Egyptian ties
have taken on a certain urgen-
cy as the scheduled turnover of
the Prime Ministership to
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir approaches. Under the
National Unity government
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are to switch places in October.

Annenberg Cited

New York — Walter H. An-
nenberg, former U.S. Ambas-
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in New York.

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