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October 03, 1986 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-03

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Here's some advice that will last a lifetime.

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Original Ruling
To Stand

Moncton, New Brunswick
(JTA) — Malcolm Ross, a
Moncton teacher, will not be
charged with promoting
hatred against Jews after all,
New Brunswick's Attorney
General David Clark has
ruled.
The ruling virtually re-
peats what Clark decided last
month — that Ross wouldn't
be chared under the hate
propaganda provisions of the
criminal code because two of
his books do not fall within
the definition of hate litera-
ture.
Clark ruled that a third
book by Ross, Web of Deceit,
probably does constitute
hatred against Jews but that
the author couldn't be prose-
cuted over it because it was
no longer available to the
public, having been out of
print for five years.
Following that ruling, sev-
eral journalists in New
Brunswick were able to get
copies of Web of Deceit in
local libraries and at the
University of New
Brunswick. Library officials
reported the book was enjoy-
ing a new popularity.
Almost immediately, red-
faced justice officials with-
drew their decision and an-
nounced they would review
their ruling on whether to
formally charge Ross under
section 281.2 (2) of the crimi-
nal code, the same section
under which former teacher
James Keegstra wa convicted
last year.
Despite the fact that Web
of Deceit is available in sev-
eral local libraries, Clark
said his original ruling not to
prosecute "will stand."

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Shamir Plans
To Increase
Settlements

Jerusalem (JTA) — Deputy
Prime Minister and Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir said
he plans to increase the
number of Jewish settle-
ments in the administered
territories after he takes of-
fice as Prime Minister next
month.
He told Voice of Israel
Radio last week that they
would be established in ac-
cordance with the unity coali-
tion government's guidelines
which allows for up to 27 new
settlements "within the
framework of our economic
limitations."
Only two new settlements
were established during the
past two years. But according
to settlement activists, about
17,000 Israelis moved into the
territories in that period, in-
creasing the size of the 150
existing settlements. They
said 68,000 Jews now live in
the territories with an Arab
population of 1.3 million.

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