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September 04, 1987 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-04

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Stanley
Horowitz, president of the
United Jewish Appeal, last
week denied that the UJA is
"seeking to distance itself"
from the Jewish Agency.
Writing in the Jerusalem
Post in response to an article
in that paper describing a
proposal by Horowitz to
"raise funds for new and ex-
citing projects outside the
Agency," the UJA president
says that his organization's
"first interest" is to continue
supporting "valid" Jewish
Agency programs.
The earlier article, by Post
staff writer Charles Hoffman,
cited two position papers writ-
ten by Horowitz and cir-
culated some months ago
among American Jewish
fund-raising leaders. Hoffman
quoted Horowitz as writing
that "unrelenting criticism"
of the Jewish Agency in
Federation and UJA circles
had led to a "self-generated
crisis of confidence affecting
contributors!'

Canada Debates
War Crimes Bill

Ottawa (JTA) — The Cana-
dian Parliament, meeting in
special session, moved closer
last week to amending the
Criminal Code to allow for
the prosecution of alleged
Nazi war criminals residing
in Canada.
The House of Commons ap-
proved a second reading of the
bill, and promised a third and
final reading by the end of
August. Government leaders
had hoped Parliament would
pass the bill in a hurry before
it recessed for the summer
June 30, but couldn't gain the
unanimous approval needed
to circumvent committee con-
sideration.
The recent approval was
welcomed by B'nai B'rith
Canada.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1987

Sept 4, 1987

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