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July 25, 1986 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-25

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eel secure," he said, "because
ow enforcement agencies have
lone their job."
%Andy Friedman, the ADL
1 ssistant regional director of the
acific Northwest and Alaska,
)ased in Seattle, said that he
Vas at the Hayden Lake corn-
ound where the conference took
ilace. Although he did not enter
I- he said credentials were
arefully- scrutinised — Fried-
i nan reported that a sign at the
ntrance to the property said
`Whites Only; Welcome Aryan
Varriors."
Friedman said young men
vearing fatigues and carrying
,capons walked around the peri-
neter of the 20-acre property,
which is owned by the Rev.
lichard Butler, a leader of the
kryan Nations movement.
3utler is also a leader of the
kryan Nationals' religious arm,
e Church of Jesus Christ
hristian.
The Aryan Nations and But-
er's Church in Hayden Lake
ow the ideology of the Iden-
ity Movement, described re-
;ently as a "loose-knit associa-
ion of churches and sects that
eaches that the Caucasian races
re the true "chosen people" of
( od and that the Jews are im-
ostors who are the offspring of
atan through the line of Cain.
According to Friedman, the
,ask force which organized the
lemonstration and which has
ieen active for a number of
ears in Coeur d'Alane "is doing
I lot to offset the propaganda of
the Aryan Nations and the im-
,act on the part of the state.
i'hey are very worried that the
kryan Nations will affect the
ourism economy in the area."

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