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September 26, 1986 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-26

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10 Friday, September 26, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Some 80
members of the Israel Com-
mittee for Solidarity with the
People of Chile, supported by
the Israel branch of Amnesty
International, demonstrated
outside the Chilean Embassy
of
against the policies
President Augusto Pinochet
of Chile. The demonstrators,
who still have relatives in
Chile, wore masks to avoid
possible reprisals against
their families.

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YOSEF YAAKOV

6:15 p.m.-Cocktails

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Some 300 delegates from
Israel, Europe, Latin America
and North America will
attend a conference of the In-
ternational Federation of
Secular Humanistic Jews
Oct. 24-26 at the Birming-
ham Temple.
Among the speakers
scheduled to speak to the
delegates are Yehuda Bauer,
Holocaust expert, professor
and director of the Institute
of Contemporary Jewry at
the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem; and Albert
prize-winning
Memmi,
Jewish
French-Tunisian
author of books on Jewish
identity.
The theme of the confer-
ence is The Jewish Future:
Confronting the Issues." The
public is welcome. For infor-
mation and registration
forms, contact the Federation
of Secular Humanistic Jews,
477-1410. Registration dead-
line is Wednesday.
The International Federa-
tion of Secular Humanistic
Jews was created through the
joint efforts of the Israel
Association for Secular
Humanistic Judaism, the
North American Society for
Humanistic Judaism and the
North American Congress of
Secular Jewish Organiza-
tions.
The International Institute
for Secular Humanistic
Judaism was established in
July 1985 by the federation
in Jerusalem tp serve as the
intellectual center for the
secular Jewish world. It con-
ducts seminars, publishes
educational and inspirational
trains
and
literature,
teachers, lecturers and lead-
ers.

Israelis
Protest Chile

Thursday, October 30, 1986

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LOCAL NEWS

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Young
Mapam members demon-
strated outside the U.S. Em-
bassy last week. Their protest
was not directed against the
U.S. but at the long line of
Israelis waiting to apply for –<
visas to go there.
"Stay here and help us <
build a better future," they
cried. The line moved but the
visa applicants were un-
moved by the Mapam appeal.
None of them left the queue.

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