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January 22, 1988 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-22

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NEWS I

Poles To Move
On Convent

Geneva (JTA) — The Polish
government has given writ-
ten assurances that a
Carmelite convent built on
the grounds of the former
Auschwitz-Birkenau death
camp will be removed, in com-
pliance with an agreement
reached last Feb. 22 between
high-level
delegations
representing
Jewish
organizations and the
Catholic Church.
Church officials in Poland
apparently stalled on im-
plementing the agreement.
Visitors returning from
Auschwitz have reported that
no steps have been taken to
remove the convent and that,
in fact, the number of nuns in
residence has increased.

Pope Blasts
Confrontation

Rome (JTA) — Pope John
Paul II tok an opportunity
Sunday to personally con-
demn an Israeli confrontation
with Moslem worshippers
Jan. 15 but also to express
deep feeling for the victims of
the Nazi Holocaust who were
killed, he said, just because
they were Jews.
The pope, however, did not
utter the word Israel, but
referred only to Jews. The
Vatican does not recognize
Israel officially.

Arafat Meets
Greek Chief

Athens (JTA) — Prime
Minister Andreas Papan-
dreou of Greece played host to
Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yasir
Arafat Tuesday.
After a two-hour meeting at
Arafat's hotel, the two held a
news conference at which
Papandreou sharply criticized
Israel for the way it deals
with the Palestinian problem
and the recent disturbances
in the West Bank and Gaza
Strip. He referred to Israel's
"fascist occupation."

Red Cross Aids
Deportees

Geneva (JTA) — Four
Palestinian activists deported
by Israel last week have found
shelter in the offices of the In-
ternational Committee of the
Red Cross in Lebanon's
Bekaa Valley, a spokeswoman
for the Geneva-based organiz-
tion reported Tuesday.

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