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May 01, 1987 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-01

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Friday, May 1, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Soviets Say Jewish
Cases Are Resolved

Washington (JTA) — The
Soviet Embassy told the
United States Commission on
Security and Cooperation in
Europe (CSCE) last week that
it has resolved 137 human-
itarian cases, Rep. Steny
Hoyer (D. Md.) announced.
All of the cases are family
reunifications that were on a
list of 442 presented to the
Soviets last November at the
Helsinki Accords follow up
meeting in Vienna, said
Hoyer, Chairman of the
CSCE.
Hoyer, who is scheduled to
accompany a congressional
delegation to the Soviet
Union, called the Soviet move
a "positive step forward."
The 137 cases involve 300
people who have been seeking
to emigrate for at least 10
years. The list includes three
family visit cases.
The Soviets also provided
information on 80 cases: 20
will not be permitted to leave
because of security purposes;
16 have not applied; 18 have
already left; 3 are currently
imprisoned 3 do not want to
leave; 5 are deceased and on
15 the Soviets could find no
information.
Hoyer said he could not
release the list until all the
names have been contacted.
But he said most of the cases
involve "ordinary people," in-
cluding the reunification of
brothers who have not seen
one another since they were
both in the Auschwitz Con-
centration Camp.
The list includes the wife of

Boris Goldfarb, Ilana, and his
daughter, who since he came
to the U.S. two years ago.

Anti-LaRouche
Campaign

Toronto (JTA) — Despite
its problems with the federal
government in the United
States, the organization of
Lyndon LaRouche is cur-
rently currying concern in
Canada. According to Prof.
Frank Chalk of Montreal's
Concordia University, who is
chairman of B'nai B'rith
Canada's (BBC) social action
committee, the LaRouchites
in Canada are following a
different strategy than in the
U.S. and constitute possibly
more danger there.
Last month, BBC launched
a nationwide "public aware-
ness campaign" to counter
the growth of the U.S.-based
LaRouche • organization in
Canada.

Deportation
Order Issued

Jerusalem (JTA) — A de-
portation order was issued
Monday against Marwan
Hassib Hassan Barghouti, 28,
chairman of the student
union at Bir Zeit University.

Barghouti, a former secu-
rity prisoner, is suspected of
activity on behalf of El
Fatah.

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