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September 25, 1987 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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YEAR IN REVIEW 5747 YEAR IN REVIEW

PASSOVER IN MOSCOW. Secretary of State George Shultz
invited Jewish refuseniks, including Vladimir Slepak (right), to a
Seder at the U.S. Embassy during a visit to the USSR. Shultz
vowed that "we never give up" the cause of human rights and
emigration.

PICKETS MARCHED outside the Masonic Temple and Windsor performances of the Moiseyev dance
troupe to protest the treatment of Soviet Jews.
Bob McKeown

ANDREI SAKHAROV arrived
in Moscow in December after
seven years of banishment to
Gorky for his human rights ad-
vocacy. The Nobel Peace Prize
winner has been a strong ad-
vocate of Jewish causes.

THE FIRST NEW EDITION of Who's Who In World Jewry
was published this year, and for the first time contained a section
on Soviet Jews. Editor Judy Rosenblatt presented Natan
Sharansky with a copy when the hero visited Baltimore.

Religious News Service

YOSEF BEGUN, a longtime Jewish activist, was released from
a Soviet prison in Febrary after three years. In August it was an-
nounced that he will be allowed to emigrate to Israel. Religious News Service

SO VI ET JE WR Y

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