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January 16, 1987 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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not. Competent translators in-
terpreted all the testimony
cited at the conference).
Among the conference spon-
sors or delegates were such
other U.S. citizens as Bishop
Thomas Gumbleton (Catholic)
and Bishop H. Coleman
McGehee Jr. (Episcopal) of
Michigan; David Cartright,
executive director of SANE;
nine congresSional representa-
tives; Randall Forsberg, foun-
der of the Nuclear Freeze
Campaign; and scores of repre-
sentatives of important human
rights, labor, and church
organizations from coast to
coast.
What we saw with our own
eyes and heard with our own
ears directed the members of
the conference to adopt the fol-
lowing resolutions in behalf of
the many courageous men and
woman with whom we spoke
and all of their Salvadoran
brothers and sisters, and to
send the resolutions to the
leaders of both governments:
• An end to all U.S. military
and economic support for the
Salvadoran war.
• A reinstatement of the
dialogue among all parties to
the Salvadoran conflict, in-
cluding the participation of all
sectors of Salvadoran society.
• An end to all forms of re-
pression
against
trade
unionists, cooperative mem-
bers and the population in gen-
eral.
- Immediate freedom for all
political prisoners (over 1,100
now, up from about 660 in
1985), and a full accounting for
the disappeared. There should
be unconditional respect for
human rights, for the organ-
izations which defend them,
and for the repopulation efforts
of the displaced (by bombings
and other terror in the coun-
tryside).
• Satisfaction of the needs of
all victims of the recent earth-
quake through the fulfillment
of the demands presented by
earthquake victims, including
the immediate distribution of
all international earthquake
relief aid received by the Sal-
vadoran government.
• Support for the U.S.
Sanctuary Movement which
shields those who have come
here in hope of attaining the
refugee status that we are ob-
liged to grant to them under
provisions of our national laws
which protect victims of war
and repression.
This last item in particular,
it seems to me, should touch
the heart and conscience of
every Jew in light of our collec-
tive memory of the desperate
plight of our own people to
whom refuge was denied when
they fled to our shores from the
terror of Nazi Germany in the
1930s and 1940s.
I believe sincerely that the
tragedy of El Salvador is not a
matter of right and left politics.
It is a question of right and
wrong actions. I am convinced,
too, that when the American
people come to a true under-
standing of what we are doing

to crush the great majority of
the Salvadoran people with our
money and our military pro-
gram, they will do everything
within their power to bring it
to a halt.
In the name of all that is de-
cent within our cherished
Jewish tradition, I hope we will
all do what we can to change
our present national policies in
San Salvador and throughout
Central America.

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Castro Permits
Five Cuban
Jews To Leave

New York (JTA) — A rabbi
from Caracas recently ob-
tained personal permission
from President Fidel Castro
to bring five Cuban Jews to
Venezuela to be re-united with
their families there, the Rab-
binical Council of America
disclosed last Monday.
Rabbi Pynchas Brener,
spiritual leader of the Union
Israelita de Caracas, quoted
Castro as telling him he was
allowing the Jews to leave "on
humane grounds of reuniting
families, a worthy cause, and
we are going to permit them
to leave with you."
According to Rabbi Milton
Polin, president of the Rab-
binical Council, Brener flew to
Havana, accompanied by
Bishop Alfredo Rodriguez,
vice president of the Commit-
tee of Relations Between
Synagogues and Churches in
Venezuela, of which Brener is
president.
After meeting with Castro
and other Cuban officials, and
with Jewish community
leaders, Brener was permitted
to take . the five Jews back
with him on the same plane
that brought them from
Venezuela.
The five were identified as
Dr. Julio Imiak, Dr. Solomon
Mitrani Tmiak and his
mother, and Alberto Fernan-
dez Vinas and Abraham Shu-
jman, all whom have kin in
Venezuela. The Cuban auth-
orities had previously forbid-
den the physicians to leave
because of the local shortage
of medical doctors.
Brener reported that
Castro expressed interest in
knowing more about the
Jewish people and that he
had explained to him the
history and travails of the
Jews, the Holocaust and the
importance of Israel to them.
Brener said that 12,000
Jews lived in Cuba prior to
the revolution led by Castro
in 1959. Today only about
1,000 Jews remain in Havana
and 300 to 400 elsewhere in
Cuba. Brener said he brought
with him prayer books and
religious items for the com-
munity.

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