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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-09

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New York (JTA) — In the
first eight months of 1987,
1,483 Jews from Iran im-
migrated to the West through
Austria, according to
Austrian Foreign Minister
Alois Mock.
In a press conference Oct. 2,
Mock disclosed that a total of
5,188 Iranian Jews im-
migrated via Austria between
July 1, 1983 and August
1987.
Mock stressed that his
government is proceeding
"without asking too many
questions of the Iranian
refugees and without
publicizing individual cases"
in order not to endanger the
flow of Jewish immigrants
from Iran in the future and
the remaining relatives of
those Jews who were able to
leave Iran.
There are presently about
30,000 Jews in Iran and it is
believed that most of them
would emigrate to Israel and
other countries in the West if
they were allowed to do so by
the Iranian authorities.

Tragedy Halts
Strategic Talks

ml Aviv (JTA) — The bian-
nual meeting on strategic
cooperation between Israel
and the U.S. which was to
have begun Monday in
Washington has been
postponed because of a fami-
ly tragedy. David Ivri, Direc-
tor General of the Israel
Defense Ministry, was in
Washington Monday when he
learned of the death of his
son, Air Force Capt. Gil Ivri,
27, in the crash of his F-16
fighter bomber during a
training exercise.
Ivri immediately joined his
wife, Ofra, in New York and
returned to Israel for the
burial of their son Tuesday.
The strategic talks will be
held at a later date.

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FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1987

Vol. XCII No 7

Oct. 9, 1987

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