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January 15, 1988 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-15

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have appeared in Rome,
Milan and Bologna with such
slogans as "Israelis kill Pal-
estinians — Jews will pay" or
"Dirty Jew, we will kick you
out."
Five youths were arrested
for putting up posters here
reading "Zionist assassins
free Palestine." They admit-
ted membership in the neo-
fascist Italian Social
Movement.
Police are now guarding
synagogues, Jewish schools
and the Israeli Embassy here
and have stepped up vigilance
at the borders to prevent the
entry of suspected anti-Israel
terrorists.

USSR Can Keep
Assets In Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Davar last
week quoted Victor Harel,
Director of the Foreign
Ministry's Claims Depart-
ment, as saying that Israel
has informed the USSR that
all its rights to assets in
Israel will be preserved, and
a plot of land in the center of
Jerusalem will be returned to
the Soviets.
The new head of the Soviet
Consular delegation in Israel,
Georgi Montirosov met with
Foreign Ministry political
director-general Yossi Beilin
and later with Harel. The ex-
tension of the delegations
visas was not discussed at the
meeting but will be handled
at another meeting.
Israel has not yet made a
final decision on whether to
extend the visas if the Soviets
so request. A the meeting
with Beilin, the Soviet official
said that Israel's request to
send a reciprocal consular
delegation to Moscow is being
seriously considered in
Moscow. Israel is reported to
be insisting on the principal
of reciprocity.

Savir Named
Consul General

Jerusalem (JTA) — Uri
Savir, an aide to Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres, last
week was named the next
consul general in New York,
one of Israel's most important
and prestigious diplomatic
postings.
In other appointments,
Yoav Biran was named am-
bassador to London and
Binyamin Navon was named
ambassador to Bonn.
Savir, 33, who is presently
Peres' media adviser, will suc-
ceed Consul General Moshe
Yegar, who is slated to become
Israel's ambassador to
Sweden. Savir's appointment
has to be confirmed by the
Cabinet.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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