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March 13, 1987 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-13

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gular shaped pastry which
represents Haman's ears.
These are usually included in
the "mishloach manot," pa-
rcels of sweets, cakes and
other homemade goodies that
are given as gifts at Purim.
Purim is still officially a
working day in Israel, though
in recent years more and
more individuals and organ-
izations have been taking it
as a holiday. Many go to the
synagogue to hear the Book
of Esther read and children
drown out the name of
Haman whenever it is men-
tioned. Purim is also a time
for fancy dress parties.
Practical jokes are popular
at Purim, rather like April
Fool's Day. The newspapers
print spoof editions, and more
subtly deceiving are bogus
items slipped deftly into the
radio news bulletins. Many
Israelis were upset to hear on
Kol Yisrael Radio at Purim
several years ago that the
Eurovision song contest win-
ning tune Hallelujah was to
replace the Hatikvah as the
national anthem. Even more
were upset by reports that
the dollar would replace the
shekel as the country's cur-
rency! Last year a fake report
on Galei Zahal, the army
radio station, resulted in the
dismissal of the soldier re-
sponsible.
But essentially Purim is a
time of fun, an opportunity
for Israelis to forget about
everyday pressures and in-
dulge in tricks and treats and
the odd glass of wine.

New Support
Shown For
Linnas
Deportation

Washington (JTA) —
Moves for the deportation of
convicted Nazi war criminal
Carl Linnas picked up fresh
support on Capital Hill last
week as several Congressman
signed a letter to Attorney
General Edwin Meese III
urging he act immediately.
Meese told the House Judi-
ciary Committee that Linnas'
deportation was being de-
layed for 30 days on a plea
from Linnas' lawyer, Ramsey
Clark, who is seeking to find
a country that will accept
him. Linnas, a New York resi-
dent, faces deportation to the
Soviet Union where he faces
the death penalty.
"I don't think that's our
responsibility," said Rep.
William Lehman (D. Fla.),
who along with Sen. Lawton
Chiles (D.Fla.), initiated the
letter. "I understand Clark's
(point), but we have laws and
legislation in this country
and we can't predicate our
justice system on someone
else's."

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