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August 29, 1986 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-29

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Shiinon Peres: sought Kenyan
stop.

Malawi and Swaziland con-
tinued relations.
Israel also has "semi-
diplomatic" relations, at the
interest section level, with
Gabon, Ghana, Kenya and
Togo. Gabon and Togo are
regarded in Israel as the
most likely to resume full re-
lations soon. .
At a joint press conference
Tuesday, at the end of Peres'
visit Biya and Israel's pre-
mier both condemned the
apartheid policy of the gov-
ernment of South Africa, and
expressed concern over events
in that country.
But Peres made it clear, in
remarks to reporters, that Is-
rael would not take the lead

in urging economic sanctions
against South Africa. "We
don't feel it is for us to be
making policy vis-a-vis South
Africa," Peres was quoted as
saying. "We are a party to
world policy. We shall follow
resolutions, but I don't think
we have to take the lead in
formulating a policy toward
South Africa. That does not
mean that we are indifferent.
A Jewish person could never
support apartheid."
Biya announced that he
had accepted an invitation by
Peres to visit Israel. He
thanked Israel for the speedy
medical relief it extended to
his country following the vol-
canic gas explosion near Lake
Nios, about 240 miles north-
east of Yaounde, which killed
an estimated 1,500 people,
according to unofficial re-
ports.
A medical team which ac-
companied Peres to Came-
roon brought four tons of
equipment to aid survivors of
the disaster. The team re-
mained behind after Peres
left "until its mission is com-
plete," according to reports
from Yaounde.
On his return to Israel,
Peres sought to stop in
Kenya for a public meeting
with President Daniel
Arap-Moi but the Kenyan
leader refused to do so, ac-
cording to a report in
Haaretz. Arap-Moi reportedly
said that the time was not
ripe for such a meeting, and
that he preferred to maintain
the relations with Israel at
its present level.

action whatsoever against
Nazi war criminals in the
United States, because fed-
eral legislation enacted in
1957 granted a blanket am-
nesty to Eastern European
immigrants who lied on their
U.S. immigration applica-
tions in order to avoid
repatriation to the Soviet
Union.
A WJC spokeperson, how-
ever, dismissed this proposi-
tion as "ludicrous," and
noted that in has been uni-
formly rejected by U.S.
courts.
The booklet defends var-
ious accused Nazi war crim-
inal as "victims" of U.S.
government "persecution."

In what WJC Vice Presi-
dent Kalman Sultanik char-
acterized as "a sinister incite-
ment to obstruction of jus-
tice," the booklet suggests
that the OSI could be effec-
tively incapacitated if enough
people write to the tiny Jus-
tice Department unit, asking
for information.






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