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September 25, 1987 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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SAM and HELEN
BRAVERMAN

said 95 percent of the Jews
who left Rumania stayed in
Israel.
However, he said neither
American Jews nor the U.S.
government would support
Israeli Premier Yitzhak
Shamir's demand that Soviet
Jews no longer have refugee
status permitting them to
come to the U.S.
He said he was encouraged
that the Soviets may now
allow Jews wishing to go to
the U.S. or other countries to
apply directly for visas to
those countries.

Iraelis May
Co-Produce Film
With Soviets

If current negotiations are
fruitful, a film produced joint-
ly by Israel and the USSR
will begin shooting next
spring, first in the Soviet
Union and then in Israel.
George Daniels, a leading
Soviet director, and Revaz
Gabeiadz, a Russian screen-
writer, are in Israel to finalize
a deal with Menahem Golan,
head of Cannon Films.
Golan's idea of a comedy in
English and Russian at-
tracted the two Soviet film-
makers. The plot concerns a
non-Jew from the Soviet
Georgian Republic who, upon
hearing from Jewish com-
patriots who emigrated to
Israel, decides to pose as a
Jew and try it himself.

Black Leaders
End Israel Trip

New York (JTA) — A group
of American black leaders
who returned Sept. 16 from a
ten-day mission to Israel call-
ed on Israel to spearhead the
fight against South Africa's
apartheid policy. They said
that it would be a significant
step for Israel to take.
In a press conference at the
headquarters of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, the 20 members of the
delegation, which was head-
ed by the Rev. Charles Stith,
Atlanta City Council presi-
dent, and Martin Luther
King III, son of the late
American civil rights leader,
said that they applaud the
decision by the Israeli govern-
ment to phase out its military
contracts with South Africa.
"Our objective in travelling
to Israel was to enhance and
encourage the improvement
of relations between blacks
and Jews in all communities
around America," the black
- leaders stated. They said that
as a result of their mission,
they resolved to pursue joint
efforts with the Jewish com-
munity on behalf of Soviet
and Ethiopian Jews.

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