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January 20, 1989 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-20

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Paris (JTA) — France has
asked Syria for the extradi-
tion of Alois Brunner, one of
the last major Nazi war
criminals known to be alive.
The French ambassador to
Syria, Alain Grenier, pre-
sented the formal request to
the Syrian authorities in
Damascus on Dec. 27, Nazi-
hunter Serge Klarsfeld
disclosed recently.
Syria has stubbornly de-
nied for years any knowledge
of Brunner's whereabouts,
contrary to all evidence, in-
cluding an interview Brunner
gave to a Chicago Tribune
reporter in Damascus last
year.
Brunner, 76, one of Adolf
Eichmann's top aides, has
been hiding out in Syria since
the early 1950s. A French
court convicted him in absen-
tia of war crimes in 1954 and
sentenced him to death.
West Germany asked Syria
for Brunner's extradition in
1984. The Syrians claim that
they know of no such person
living in Syria.
Klarsfeld said that if Brun-
ner is extradited, he could be
tried in either France, West
Germany or Greece, since he
is wanted in all of those coun-
tries. With Israel's participa-
tion, the three nations could
set up an international court
to try Brunner, he said.

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LOCAL NEWS

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Nutrition Topic
Of Health Event

A program on nutrition and
health, sponsored by Harper-
Grace Hospitals, will be held
Tuesday at the Southfield
Civic Center at 11:30 a.m.
Lunch will be served, or in-
dividuals can also bring their
own lunches.
There is a fee. Registration
is required and can be made
by calling the hospital,
745-8983; or the Southfield
Civic Center, 354-4864.

Wine Sets
Um Lectures

The Center for New Think-
ing will feature Rabbi Sher-
win Wine who will review
The Waning of Humaneness
by Nobel Prize-winning be-
haviorist Konrad Lorenz at
2:30 p.m. Sunday. A discus-
sion of "Afghanistan in Tur-
moil" will be held at 10 a.m.
Thursday. Both presentations
will be at the Somerset Mall
auditorium. There is a
charge. For information, con-
tact Susan Levin, 352-0264.

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