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August 21, 1987 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-21

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They might guess the size.
They'll never guess the price.

Congress Seeks
Mail Blocked
By The Soviets

The U.S. House Post Office
and Civil Service Committee
has requested documentation
of the interruption by the
Soviet government of interna-
tional mail going into the
USSR. Hearings will be held
in mid-September.
Locally, the Soviet Jewry
Committee of the Jewish
Community Council is
gathering letters and parcels
that have been returned and
will submit them to the con-
gressional committee.
These items may be sent or
delivered to the Council office
at 163 Madison Avenue,
Detroit, MI 48226, or to the
Council's Program Office,
United Hebrew Schools,
Room One, 21550 West
Twelve Mile Road, Southfield,
MI 48076.

I NEWS 1

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France Denies
Reactor Promise

Paris (JTA) — Prime
Minister Jacques Czlpac last
week denied a press report
saying that he had secretly
promised Iraq to rebuild a
French-made nuclear reactor
destroyed by Israel six years
ago.
Chirac also told Israeli Am-
bassador Ovadia Soifer that
not only is the report "false
and groundless" but that
there have been no negotia-
tions with Baghdad on this
subject and that as far as he
is concerned "this issue is
definitely closed."
A usually reliable weekly,
Le Canard Enchainei claimed
that Chirac had promised Ira-
qi President Saddam Hussein
to rebuild the two reactors,
Tamuz One and Tamuz Two,
bombed by Israeli Air Force
planes in June 1981.

Religious Reject
Joint Program

Tel Aviv — Social education
instructors from religious-
governmental schools have
refused to participate in joint
workshops with Arabs in a
two-week summer course con-
ducted by the Ministry of
Education and Culture's
youth division, according to
media reports.
Organizers of the course
were forced to establish a
separate workshop for the
religious participants, while
the Arabs were assigned to
the workshops of the secular
Jewish participants.

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