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May 13, 1988 - Image 128

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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Jewish martyrs of the Nazi
occupation in the town of
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15-16, four days before Larisa-
was to officially mark the
45th anniversary of the Nazi
extermination of its Jewish
population. A similar com-
memoration was held in
Athens.
Earlier in Larisa, the Star
of David on the gate of the
local synagogue was bent
twice in the course of three
weeks. Three times the words
"Jews, killers of nations, your
turn will also come," have
been scrawled on the
synagogue walls. Each time
congregants washed them off.
In Athens, unknown ar-
sonists burned down a store
selling men's trousers. An
anonymous telephone caller
said the store was torched
because it was Jewish-owned.
The owner's name is Naum,
but he is not Jewish.
Threatening telephone calls
have been made in recent
months to Jewish schools and
community centers. In-
dividual Jews have received
hate mail.
Jews here are not surprised.
There were similar occur-
rences in 1982 when Israel in-
vaded Lebanon and was de-
nounced for it by the Greek
government.
The government now is the
same as it was six years ago
— headed by the Socialist Par-
ty of Premier Andreas
Papandreou.
Greece and Israel have only
the lowest level diplomatic
relations. Though they seem-
ed this year to be moving
slowly toward closer ties, the
government unabashedly
supports the Palestinian
cause.
Thus at the time of
Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yassir
Arafat's visit to Athens in
January, Papandreou referred
to Israelis as fascists. The
premier's American-born
wife, Margaret, charged at a
news conference here that
Jewish organizations in
Europe and the United States
are aligned with the "im-
perialist" camp.
Both channels of Greek
television are government-
controlled. They have carried
stories of Israeli atrocities
against Palestinians. Some
are patently untrue, such as
the allegation that handcuff-
ed Palestinians were thrown
from Israeli army helicopters.
Jewish community mem-
bers have warned that such
reports can inflame anti-
Semitism. But there has been
no slackening of attacks on ,
Israel.

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