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January 08, 1988 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-08

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1IN BRIEF I

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Own Driveway!

New U.S. Envoy
To Israel Named

WOLF BLITZER

Special to the Jewish News

W

ashington — Bill
Brown, the current
U.S. Ambassador to
Thailand, is expected to be
named to succeed Thomas
Pickering as the next Am-
bassador to Israel, according
to State Department officials.
Brown, a former charge
d'affaires at the U.S. Embassy
in Tel Aviv under Am-
bassador Samuel Lewis, is a
respected career foreign ser-
vice officer who last year was
recalled to Washington by
Secretary of State George
Shultz to undertake an inter-
nal State Department in-
vestigation into the security
situation at the U.S. Embassy
in Moscow.
Pickering is expected to be
named Undersecretary of
State for Management. The
changes would take place
next summer.

U.S. Deplores
Deportations

Washington (JTA) — The
State Department on Tues-
day termed Israel's deporta-
tions of Palestinians a viola-
tion of international law.
"We consider them a viola-
tion of that Fourth Geneva
Convention," Redman said,
referring to the 1949 treaty
setting international stan-
dards for treating civilians in
occupied areas.
The State Department has
previously taken that posi-
tion. In its February 1987
report on human rights prac-
tices, it stated, "The United
States holds the view that
Israel is an occupying power
in these territories and,
therefore, that its administra-
tion is subject to The Hague
regulations of 1907 and the
1949 Fourth Geneva Conven-
tion concerning the protec-
tion of civilian populations
under military occupation."
Reacting to Tuesday's kill-
ing of a Palestinian in the
Gaza Strip by Israeli soldiers,
Redman said the United
States "deeply regrets" the
incident.
In a separate development,
White House spokesman
Marlin Fitzwater announced
that Egyptian President
Hosni Mubarak would meet
with President Reagan in
Washington on Jan. 28.
Mubarak, who last visited the
United States in September
1985, will arrive in the
United States Jan. 26 and
will leave Jan. 30.

The White House official
said the main topic of discus-
sion will likely be regional
ones, including the Middle
East peace process and the
Iran-Iraq war. The meeting
has been "in the works" for a
long time, and is not related
to the recent violence in the
territories, he said.

Anne Pollard
Seeks Release

Washington (JTA) — Law-
yers for Anne Henderson
Pollard last week filed suit
with the U.S. Court of Ap-
peals in Washington in an at-
tempt to reverse federal
district court Judge Aubrey
Robinson's ruling denying
Pollard medical treatment by
her family doctors.
Pollard, who claims to be
suffering from various
digestive disorders, is serving
a five-year prison sentence for
being an "accessory" to a
scheme in which her hus-
band, Jonathan Pollard, a
former U.S. Navy intelligence
analyst, passed classified
documents to a renegade
Israeli espionage team.
The lawsuit also seeks a
reduction of Anne Pollard's
sentence on humanitarian
grounds.
Bernard Henderson, Anne
Pollard's father, said that she
has been moved from the in-
firmary to a jail unit designed
to handle the overload of
street criminals from Mor-
gan, W. Va. Henderson said
he was able to visit his
daughter for several hours on
three days in the past week.

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