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October 10, 1986 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-10

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Bonn — The opening of the
first Jewish school in Berlin
since World War II was cele-
brated recently. The chair-
man of the Jewish Commu-
nity in West Berlin, Heinz
Galinski, called the school a
"modest beginning." He said,
however, that the Jewish
community does not want to
isolate itself with this step
but rather hopes that non-
Jewish children will also
attend so that the school can
become "a bridge of mutual
understanding."
Jewish schools in the Fed-
eral Republic have previously
been opened in Munich and
Frankfurt. The first Jewish
school opened its doors in Be-
rlin in 1788. A boys' school
followed in 1825. By the time
the Nazis took power there
were numerous educational
institutions for the city's
173,000 Jewish citizens.

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Anti-Vandalism
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Washington (JTA) — A bill
that would impose criminal
penalties on anyone who
damages religious property or
injures persons in their free
exercise of religious belief
was adopted by the House by
a voice vote last week. The
bill, introduced by Rep. Dan
Glickman (D-Kans.), sets
penalties up to life impris-
onment in cases where death
results, and fines up to
$500,000.
Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.)
has introduced a similar bill
in the Senate. But because of
Reagan Administration oppo-
sition,there is little chance it
will be adopted before Con-
gress adjourns for the elec-
tion campaigns, according to
a spokesperson for the Se-
nate.
The spokesperson said the
administration believes these
crimes should be dealt with
by state and local govern-
ments and not the federal
government.

Crimes Panel
Given Extension -\

Toronto (JTA) — The De-
schenes commission inves-
tigating Nazi war criminals
living in Canada has received
a six-week extension. Corn-
mission co-counsel Yves For-
tier said its "report is 95 per-
cent finished."
The extension was granted
to allow suspected war crimi-
nals named in the report
time to examine the evidence
against them. This is re-
quired by the Inquiries Act
under which the one-man
commission, headed by `\
Quebec Superior Court Judge
Jules Deschenes, was created
in February 1985.

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