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November 20, 1987 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-20

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he Jewish community
took a few journalistic
artillery rounds in last
Sunday's op-ed section of the
Washington Post.
In a long story on page 1,
Robert I. Friedman examined
Rabbi Meir Kahane's success
in soliciting funds from
American Jews. These funds
are used to finance Kahane's
extremist political activities
in Israel.
"Kahane's
amazing
political success in Israel has
been the result in large part
of his ability to raise money
from wealthy American Jews
in America," Friedman wrote.
Friedman also charged that
Kahane's group has raised
money for cultural, religious
and educational purposes
that is actually used to
finance his political activities.
This tactic violates IRS
regulations governing tax ex-
empt foundations.
In a second op-ed article, the
editor of the Middle East
Policy Survey suggested that
the underlying cause of the
Iran-Contra fiasco was the ad-
ministration's admiration of
Israeli "derring-do!'
Israel, Richard Straus sug-
gested, did not lead America
astray, as Vice President
Bush suggested in his
testimony to the lbwer Com-
mission. But Israeli strikes
against terrorists provided a
model of direct confrontation
through means that bypass
traditional diplomatic and
legal channels. This, he
wrote, inspired an ad-
ministration that was grappl-
ing for ways to live up to its
anti-terrorist campaign talk.
"Time and again," wrote
Straus, "the Israelis, seem-
ingly against all odds, have
outwitted and outfought their
adversaries. And they have
achieved their ends with a

New York (JTA) — A Soviet
Jewish refusenik ended her
24-day hunger strike last
week, three days after 30
Moscow Jews held a one-day
fast to protest state-sponsored
anti-Semitism.
Anna Kholmiansky of
Moscow, 27, concluded her
marathon fast after her
father, Yakov Yerukhimovich,
provided the long-sought con-
sent to' allow her to apply to
emigrate, according to the
Coalition to Free Soviet Jews.
Meanwhile, when the
Soviets celebrated the 70th
anniversary of the Bolshevik
Revolution, the 30 Moscow
Jews staged their own hunger
strike.
Stephen Solender, executive
vice president of the United
Jewish Appeal-Federation of
New York, learned of the
strike during a telephone con-
versation with refusenik
Allya Zonis, whom he met
last month in Moscow.
Zonis, a refusenik since
1985, lost her job as a com-
puter programmer when she
applied for a visa. She now
works as a cleaning woman
and heads a group of refuse-
niks who are unable to
emigrate because of lack of
consent by parents.

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leather, and its potential ap-
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EARLY DEADLINES

The Jewish News will
have special deadlines for
its November 27,

Display advertising reser-
vations and copy due by
Friday, Nov. 20. Classified
advertising reservations
and copy due by Monday,
Nov. 23 at noon.

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