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September 18, 1987 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-18

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Confiscations
At Book Fair

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Israeli stand at the Moscow
International Book Fair drew
the largest crowds when the
bi-annual event opened Sept.
8, but Israeli publishers com-
plained that a number of
their books were confiscated
by the authorities- at the fair
which the Soviets are pro-
moting as "Books for Peace
and Progress."
One Israeli, Amos Rolnik,
said that about 20 different
titles in the Russian
language were removed from
his planned display. He said
they included a guide book
and 2,000 copies of a poster
providing a simple introduc-
tion to the Hebrew language.
But another Israeli
publisher, Matalon Yael, said
the confiscations were in-
significant compared to the
7,000 books on display at the
Israeli stand.
Publisher representatives
from several other non-
communist countries
reported confiscations, but far
fewer than in past years. Ac-
cording to Mikhail Nenashev,
head of the government's
publishing committee who
organized the fair, the only
books banned were "racist,
fascist or pornographic
literature."

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Jerusalem (JTA)—Israel's
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tient, Ovadia Matzri, is doing
well at. Hadassah Hospital
where the surgery was per-
formed by a team headed by
Dr. Joseph Borman, chief of
cardiac and thoracic surgery.
He was fit enough last week
to talk to reporters.
Matzri, 50, a former se-
curity guard, said he was
determined to undergo the
operation in Israel. "I wanted
a blue-and-white operation, I
wanted to hear Hebrew when
I awoke from the anesthetic,"
he said. Although the first
two heart transplants were
performed in Israel nearly 20
years ago, it was only last
year that the Health Ministry
gave official permission to
Hadassah Hospital to do the
delicate surgery.
The rabbinate had objected
on halachic grounds and it
was only after prolonged
discussions between medical
and religious authorities that
a 12-point guideline was ap-
proved. The rabbis, who held
that life ceases only when the
heart stops beating, accepted
the medical definition of
brain death.

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