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October 03, 1986 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-03

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HOLIDAY GREETINGS

Refusenik's Son
Issues Plea

New York (JTA) — Ale-
xander Goldfarb, son of long-
time refusenik David
Goldfarb, has issued a plea
for the life of his father, a
diabetic who lies seriously ill
in a Moscow hospital, and is
in danger because of lack of
proper medical facilities and
care offered for his condition
in the Soviet Union. David
Goldfarb's situation is further
complicated by the fact that,
according to Alexander, he is
a good friend of Nicholas
Daniloff, the American corre-
spondent for U.S. News and
World Report whose arrest
for espionage has touched off
an international furor.
David Goldfarb refused two
years ago to help the KGB
ensnare the Moscow-based
reporter in a contrived es-
pionage act very much like
that staged Aug. 30 that
landed Daniloff in prison and
charged with spying for the
United States. As a result,
David Goldfarb lost his per-
mission to emigrate to Israel,
which was scheduled for few
days from then.
David Goldfarb, according
to Alexander, Daniloff and
his wife Ruth, and friends of
the Daniloffs, is willing to
testify to the 1984 attempt.
There is a feeling on their
part that as a result, David
Goldfarb's condition may be
neglected to the point where
his life will be endangered.
His son has asked for help in
publicizing his fathers plight
and, in so doing, coming to
the aid of Daniloff.

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PLO Demands
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The

Jerusalem (JTA) — Out-
rageous and unacceptable
demands by Palestine Libera-
tion Organization chief Yas-
sir Arafat led to the rift be-
tween him and King Hussein
of Jordan last February after
the Jordanian ruler had tried
for more than a year to bring
the PLO into the Middle East
peace process, Premier Shi-
mon Peres disclosed Monday.
Appearing before the Knes-
set foreign affairs and secu-
rity committee, Peres said
Hussein broke with Arafat
after the latter insisted on
measures which would have
enhanced the status of the
PLO in any future
Palestinian-Jordanian con-
federation in the West Bank
and Gaza.
According to Peres, Arafat
wanted an independent
Palestinian army, rotation of
the confederation's leader-
ship, meaning Hussein would
at some point step down as
ruler of Jordan, representa-
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the confederation and a sepa-
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Hussein rejected those de-
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