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January 13, 1989 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-13

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national Committee of the
Red Cross accused Israel last
week of violating the Fourth
Geneva Convention, and U.N.
Secretary-General Javier
Perez de Cuellar called on
Israel to rescind its recent
deportation of 13 Palestinians
from the administered ter-
ritories.
The Red Cross charge was
contained in an ICRC state-
ment noting that, on Jan. 1,
"13 more people from the oc-
cupied West Bank and Gaza
were expelled by Israel to
Lebanon, bringing to 48 the
total number of people ex-
pelled to Lebanon since the
beginning of 1988."
Israel, in fact, deported 15
Palestinians accused of in-
citing and leading the Palesti-
nian uprising in the ter-
ritories, two of whom left
voluntarily. Its action drew a
rebuke from the U.S. State
Department.
The fourth protocol of the
1949 Geneva Convention
governs the behavior of an oc-
cupying power toward the
civilian population.
An ICRC spokesman told
the Jewish Thlegraphic Agen-
cy that local employees of the
Red Cross in the Bekka
Valley in eastern Lebanon are
assisting the deportees and
conveying messages to their
families.
At the United Nations, a
spokesman for Perez de
Cuellar said in a statement
that the deportations are a
"clear violation of the Fourth
Geneva Convention," which
govern the behavior of an oc-
cupying power, and hoped for
the prompt return of the
Palestinians to their homes
and families.
Israeli officials said last
Sunday that the 13 deportees
were leaders of the Palesti-
nian uprising. Two other
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Los Angeles (JTA) — Arab-
Americans are hailing a deci-
sion by a federal judge who
ruled that immigrants have a
right of free speech, even
when that right is at odds
with the government's right
to control immigration.
The judge's recent ruling in-
validated the legal basis of a
government deportation case
against seven Palestinians
and a Kenyan woman who
were arrested on charges of
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Palestine.
The case, however; has
drawn national attention well
beyond the Arab community.
The outcome has been
greeted as a civil rights land-
mark, which extends the free
speech guarantees of the Con-
stitution's First Amendment
to all aliens and immigrants
in the United States.
The seven Palestinian men,
traveling on Jordanian
passports, and the Kenyan
wife of one of them, are
residents of the Los Angeles
area who are or were enroll-
ed in local colleges.
They were arrested Jan. 26,
1987, by agents of the Im-
migration and Naturalization
Service, FBI and Los Angeles
police and charged with being
members of the PFLP, ad-
vocating international Com-
munism, the destruction of
property and posing a risk to
national security.

Groups Oppose
Moscow Confab

Washington (JTA) — Two
leading Soviet Jewry
organizations said last week
that while the Soviet Union
has made improvements in its
human rights practices, they
are not enough to justify
allowing Moscow to host a
human rights conference.
The White House announc-
ed that the United States has
agreed to attend a human
rights conference in Moscow
in 1991, as well as similar
conferences in Paris this year
and Copenhagen in 1990.
"The president decided to
agree to this schedule, in-
cluding the Moscow con-
ference, as a means of en-
couraging continuation of the
significant progress in human
rights that has taken place in
the Soviet Union over the
past three years," White
House spokesman Roman
Popadiuk said.
Micah Naftalin, national
director of the Union of Cottn-
cils for Soviet Jews, express-
ed disappointment with the
decision.
"They clearly have not
come close to earning that
distinction on the basis of any
performance so far," Naftalin
said. "They are not yet in
compliance with 1975
Helsinki Final Act."
Shoshana Cardin, chair-
woman of the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, said
it was not yet time to reward
the Soviets.
"While we acknowledge the
improvements made by the
Soviet government in emigra-
tion of Jews, much remains to
be done," she said.

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