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November 11, 1988 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-11

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GREAT

In another development, in
Washington, D.C., Reagan ad-
ministration officials and
American Jewish leaders
seem to anticipate few major
changes in whatever new
Israeli coalition finally
emerges.
Despite some initial worries
that the Israeli election
might result in a more hard-
line policy, a consensus now
appears to be emerging that
Shamir, should he be named
Prime Minister again, will
not depart radically from
Israel's stance on the peace
process, although the idea of
an international conference is
dead for now.
Nor is Shamir expected to
give in to all the demands of
the religious parties. He does
not want a major rift with
American Jewry, nor does he
want to alienate the secular
majority of the Israeli public
by further restrictions on
such Shabbat activities as
soccer games.

Reagan Signs
Anti-Genocide

Chicago 6 (JTA) — Presi-
dent - Reagan has signed
legislation implementing a
40-year-old international
treaty that bans acts of
genocide, making the United
States the 98th country to
support the pact.
The Genocide Convention
Implementation Act amends
the federal criminal code to
make genocide a federal of-
fense. It defines genocide as
"the specific intent to destroy,
in whole or in substantial
part, a national, ethnic, racial
or religious group!"
Reagan signed the act in a
brief ceremony last week at
a military facility near
Chicago's O'Hare Airport.
The United Nations ap-
proved the International Con-
vention on the Prevention
and Punishment of the Crime
of Genocide, in response to the
systematic killing of six
million Jews by the Nazis.
However, although President
Harry Truman submitted the
bill ratifying the accord to the
Senate in June 1949, it did
not pass that house until
February 1986. The legisla-
tion implementing the treaty
cleared Congress last month.
A small number of conser-
vatives had stalled the bill in
the Senate since 1949,
arguing that the law would
undermine the constitutional
rights of Americans and
would infringe on U.S.
sovereignty.
The act provides that per-
sons convicted of committing
genocide face a maximum
penalty of $1 million in fines
and life imprisonment.

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