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February 26, 1988 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-26

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Buchanan Is Accused
Of Blocking Nazi Case

Washington — Neal Sher,
the government's chief pro-
secutor of Nazi war criminals
living in the United States,
accused former White House
Communications Director
Patrick Buchanan last week
of trying to "undermine" the
Justice Department's 1987
deportation of Karl Limas to
the Soviet Union.
Linnas was found guilty of
concealing his past as com-
mander of a Nazi concentra-
tion camp in his native
Estonia. At the camp, he
supervised the slaughter of
hundreds of Jews.
Linnas lived on Long
Island as a land surveyor
after entering the United
States in 1951. He became a
U.S. citizen in 1959. He was
arrested by immigration of-
ficials in 1979 and charged
with entering this country
under false pretenses and be-
ing a Nazi war criminal.
Linnas was deported in
April, 1987 to the Soviet
Union where he had been

sentenced in 1962 to death in
absentia. He died last year in
a Soviet hospital.
Sher, who directs the
Justice Department's Office
of Special Investigations
(OSI), said Linnas "had as his
point man Patrick Buchanan,
who from the White House
orchestrated a campaign to
undermine efforts against
Karl Limas while he was
communications director?'
In a telephone interview
from his home, Buchanan
said, the accusations were "a
typical Sher distortion."

Buchanan said he had
transferred to the Justice
Department 15,000 postcards
he had received protesting
Linnas' deportation. He said
he had also communicated to
the attorney general, Ed
Messe, President Reagan's
views on the general subject
of deportations to the Soviet
Union, which were, said
Buchanan, "in accord with
mine

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TEL AVIV — Israel and
Egypt have finally begun the
cultural and academic ex-
changes called for in their
1979 peace treaty, nearly a
decade after it was signed.
A joint seminar on the
history of the Jewish people,
its culture and heritage
opened Monday in Cairo. Par-
ticipants include Israeli and
Egyptian intellectuals,
academics and researchers.
The seminar was organized
by the Israel Academic
Center in Cairo, headed by
Prof. Asher Ovadia, in
cooperation with the Shora-
shim (Roots) association,
which operates under the
auspices of Israel's Ministry
of Education and Culture.
Elazar Straum, director
general of Shorashim, called
the seminar a "break-
through" and the beginning
of a dialogue between the two
peoples on a cultural and
social plane.
The opening lectures of the
seminar are being conducted
in Hebrew by Israeli dele-
gates, followed by a general
discussion. The seminar is
meeting Monday and will
meet again on Wednesday.
The Israeli delegation in-
cludes Professor Avi Ravit-
sky, Dr. Hananel Mack,
Avraham Burg and Israel
Cohen. They will discuss the

influence of Islam on Jewish
creativity in the Middle Ages
and Jewish identity in the
modern era.
The seminar will be fol-
lowed by a study tour of
Egypt, conducted by
Shorashim, for about 30
Israeli participants.

Rally Seeks
Pollard Pardon

New York — A crowd of 500
gathered last week at the
Hebrew Institute of Riverdale
in the Bronx to hear about
the plight of Anne Henderson
Pollard, and to launch a na-
tional campaign to ask Presi-
dent Reagan to pardon Anne
and her husband, Jonathan
Jay Pollard.
Anne Pollard's plight was
described as grave. Suffering
from internal bleeding, she
has been semiconscious with
a 100-degree fever and has
reportedly lost 60 pounds.
Pollard is currently serving
two concurrent five-year
prison terms in the federal
penitentiary in Lexington,
Ky., for acting an accessory to
her husband, Jonathan Jay
Pollard, an American con-
victed last March of spying
for Israel.
Judge Aubrey Robinson
has been for six months "sit-

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