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July 17, 1987 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-17

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NEWS

FOOTSTEPS
PODIATRY
CLINIC

13740
W. 9 Mile

Next to
Oak Park
Post Office

SPECIAUZING IN LASER THERAPY
IN ADDITION TO THE TREATMENT OF

Bunions
Corns
Callouses

Q Ingrown Nails
Diabetic
111 Warts
Foot Care
Pediatric
El Heel Pain
Sports
Foot Care
Medicine

Medicare and most-insurance plans
accepted as payment in full.

DANIEL S. LAZAR, D.P.M. 548-6633

From hammer
& nails to Paul
Associates and
everything in
between.

HERALD WHOLESALE

20830 Coolidge, Oak Park, MI 48237 2 Doors N: of 8 Mile

313/398-4560

8-5:30 MON./FRI., 8-3 SAT.

EVERYTHING FOR YOUR HOME.

22

FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1987

Blacks, Arab-Americans
Denied Entry To Israel

Washington (JTA) — The
State Department expressed
concern Monday about
several complaints received
from Palestinian-Americans
and U.S. blacks who say they
were denied entry to Israel or
had their passports con-
fiscated while trying to enter.
"We've raised the issue with
the government of Israel .. .
stressing that all American
citizens are entitled to equal
treatment under the laws of
foreign countries and that we
oppose any discrimination
against any of our citizens on
the basis of race, religion or
ethnic background," said
State Department spokesman
Charles Redman.
Redman was responding to
a New York Times article
which reported Monday that
the U.S. Embassy in Thl Aviv
and the Consulate in
Jerusalem are urging the
State Department to issue a
travel advisory warning
Arab-Americans and black
Americans that they may en-
counter harassment in trying
to enter Israel.
The American Arab Anti-
Discrimination Committee
(ADC) reports that 30
American-Palestinians were
turned away this summer and
another 50 had their
passports revoked. Most of
these individuals were travel-
ing to Israel to visit parents
in the territories.
Asher Naim, minister of in-
formation at the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington, said
that the • cases were not a

Liver Triansplant
Patient Flies -
Home To Israel

London (JTA) — Moran
Kadosh, a four-year old Israeli
girl flown to England for a
liver transplant in April, flew
home last week after recover-
ing from the operation which
saved her life.
Moran's case hit the head-
lines when passengers on the
El Al jet bringing her to Bri-
tain spontaneously donated
4500 pounds Sterling to help
her parents meet the cost of
her treatment.
Before leaving London
Moran's mother paid tribute
to the doctors and nurses at
the Rodenbrookes Hospital,
Cambridge and the generosi-
ty of the passengers who had
accompanied them to Britain.
"She looks so well, just like a
normal little girl," said Mrs.
Kadosh.

result of Israeli discrimina-
tion against Palestinian-
Americans. "These are in-
dividuals who we have reason
to believe form a security pro-
blem and their intentions are
not just to visit and leave
Israel, but they have other
agendas," Nairn said. "This is
a prerogative of any govern-
ment to- accept or reject
anyone who comes to its
shores."
Naim said black Americans
have been turned away
because they are suspected of
belonging to the Black
Hebrew Israelites, a sect
which claims its members are
the only true Jews.

Ida Nudel
PeSsimistic
About Visa

Tel Aviv (JTA) Soviet
refusenik Ida Nudel believes
that she and other long-time
refuseniks are being used by
the Soviet leadership as
bargaining chips for future
East-West negotiations, it was
reported here last week.
Nudel acknowledged that
more exit visas are being
granted to Soviet Jews, but is
pessimistic about her own
chances of receiving a visa
soon. She was interviewed by
JTA Bonn correspondent
David Kantor, who is accom-
panying West German Presi-
dent Richard Von Weizsacker
on his visit to the Soviet
Union.
Nudel has been denied a
visa on grounds that she is
privy to state secrets. She
worked years ago for a scien-
tific institute doing micro-
biological research. "The on-
ly secret I know is that the
Soviet Union is 100 years
behind the U.S. and Japan in
microbiology," she told the
reporters.

Boys Town
Awarded Grant

Philadelphia — Boys Town
Jerusalem has been awarded
a $700,000 U.S. grant from
the Agency for International
Development (A.I.D.) through
the Office of the American
Schools and Hospitals Abroad
(ASHA) to acquire additional
technical equipment for its
College of Applied Engineer-
ing.
Every dollar awarded by
A.I.D./ASHA will be matched
2:1 by Boys Town supporters
throughout the U.S. and
brings the value of the 1987
project to $2,100,000.

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