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March 27, 1987 - Image 12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 MILE

but the District of Columbia
Court of Appeals postponed it
one day after the U.S. Sup-
reme Court agreed to hear an
appeal by the Young Conser-
vative Alliance of America
(now the Conservative Action
Foundation). Two of its mem-
bers were arrested at the
Soviet Embassy in 1983 after
the Soviets shot down a Ko-
rean airliner, and others
were prevented from demon-
strating at the Nicaraguan
Embassy.
A Washington attorney for
the Embassy Nine believes
the Supreme Court will act
on the case within a year.
The D.C. ban of 500 feet dif-
fers from a 100-foot ban
enforced elsewhere in the
U.S.
Embassy Nine member Bill
Graham, who is now chair-
man of the Michigan Friends
of the Soviet Jewry Educa-
tion and Information Center
in Jerusalem, told The
Jewish News this week, "I'm
pretty optimistic that the
case in front of us (the con-
servative group) will have a
favorable review by the Sup-
reme Court. It just doesn't
seem fair to demonstrate at
one embassy and get ar-
rested" and not have the
same result at another em-
bassy.

Japanese
Criticized

Washington (JTA) — Offi-
cials of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith ex-
pressed concern to Japanese
Ambassador Nobuo Mat-
sunago Monday about the
rise of anti-Semitic literature
in Japan.
The call to the embassy
was prompted by a recent
New York Times article
which cited a Japanese best-
seller that suggests that Jews
form a "behind-the-scenes na-
tion" asserting influence in
major American corporations.
The book goes on to say that
Jews were responsible for Ja-
pan's recent economic prob-
lems. The article also says
books entitled The Jewish

Plan for Conquest of the
World and How to Read the
Hidden Meaning of Jewish
Protocol are available in

Japanese bookstores.
The ambassador told the
ADL that Japan guarantees
freedom of speech and that
anti-Semitic views are not
representative of the people
or the government.
The Japanese Embassy re-
fused to comment about the
meeting. In a letter to the
New York Times, Itaru
Umezu, director of the Japan
Information Center, said
"that anti-Semitism has no
roots in Japanese history."

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