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June 26, 1987 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-26

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Pollard admits "and that was
accepting funds." Those funds,
he says, were to reimburse him
for travel and accommodations
for both himself and, often, for
his Israeli contacts. The Israelis
lived lavishly, the Pollards
hinted, renting expensive hotel
penthouses on the grounds that
the location was more secure
for conferences.
Dr. and Mrs. Pollard reject the
accusation that Jay was out for
personal gain. "He drove a six-
year-old car, had a modest
apartment and no bank ac-
count," says Mrs. Pollard.
Why have American Jews as
a community ignored or de-
nounced Pollard? "An older
generation of Jews is still not
confident that we are first-class
citizens, (that we can speak out)
without being thought of as
Jewish spies," Prof. Dershowitz
believes.
"I can see that maybe a part
of the Jewish population was
afraid," Rose Zar maintains.
"They thought, 'Don't say
anything and maybe it will go
away.' But nothing goes away.
You have to take a stand."
Says Dr. Pollard: "I grew up
with the statement, never let
your guard down. Keep in mind
history."
"The important thing is to
make Jews understand. This is
an onslaught against them as
well as Jonathan and Anne,"
Mrs. Pollard emphasizes.
"We live in a very elegant
society," Dr. Pollard adds. "But
it could easily be reversed with
hate. It is incumbent among
Jews to protect and demand
evenhandedness."
That veneer of elegance and
evenhandedness seems to have
been stripped away during the
Pollard affair. And hard ques-
tions remain: Why was the in-
formation withheld from Israel,
supposedly a U.S. ally? And
why were Jay and Anne Pollard
punished so severely?
Jonathan Jay Pollard com-
mitted no ordinary crime, but
the justice of his punishment
remains in question.
"He's a prisoner of Zion:' his
father says flatly. "A political
prisonee0

Doctors Sought
To 'Cure' Race

New York — The medical
establishment in Nazi Ger-
many was a willing partner
to Hitler's mass murder of
Jews because it wanted to
"cure" the Aryan race by
eliminating its "contaminat-
ing force."
According to Dr. Robert
Jay Lifton, the author of sev-
eral books including The
Nazi Doctors, the medical
profession killed those con-
sidered to be racially inferior
in order to "heal" the Ger-
man nation's "diseased body"

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