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December 16, 1988 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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The Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit



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in cooperation with the

War Criminal
Is Arrested

Amsterdam (JTA) — A con-
victed Dutch war criminal
who found refuge in Argen-
tina may be extradited to
serve the 20-year sentence he
evaded when he secaped from
a prison in Holland nearly 40
years ago.
Jan Olij, 68, was arrested
last week at his home in the
Buenos Aries suburb of Isidro
Casanova. He has been a
naturalized citizen of Argen-
tina since 1952.
Olij was picked up on a re-
quest made by Dutch legal
authorities through Interpol,
the international police agen-
cy. The Netherlands is ex-
pected to formally request his
extradition.
Although Argentina does
not extradite its nationals,
Olij could be stripped of his
citizenship if it can be proven
he concealed his war crimes
conviction when he filed his
application.
A Dutch special war crimes
tribunal found Olij guilty in
1949 of collaborating with the
Nazis. He was sentenced in
absentia. By then, he had
already escaped from jail,
made his way to Spain and
eventually to Argentina.
Olij was accused, among
other things, of informing on
young Dutchmen who went
into hiding to avoid forced
labor. His father, Sam Olij, a
brother and an uncle also
were sentenced to prison for
collaboration.

First Gaza Fruit
Sent To Holland

Amsterdam (JTA) — A re-
frigerator ship with 1,100
tons of citrus grown and ex-
ported by Palestinians in the
Gaza Strip is en route to
Holland.
This is the first consign-
ment of agricultural products
from the Israeli-administered
territories to go directly to a
European community coun-
try with the "Gaza" label.
Until now, all such exports
had to be handled by the
Israeli government's market-
ing agency.
The change is the result of
an agreement between Israel
and the 12-member European
Common Market. It was
worked out largely through
the initiative and advice of
the Dutch Foreign Ministry
and King Hussein of Jordan.
The shipment is the first of
16,000 tons of Gaza citrus
that will be delivered to
Europe by March under a con-
tract signed earlier this year.

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