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February 24, 1989 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-24

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Ted Deutch addresses Michigan Daily

disguised as humanitarian-
ism to provide more occupiers

of Palestinian land."

A Feb. 14 editorial about
the bombing of Pan American
Airlines flight 103 said
Israelis might be responsible
for the crash.
When asked about the Dai-
ly's editorial position on the
Middle East, Amy Harmon,
opinion page editor, said, "We
support the end of the brutal
occupation in the territories,"
Harmon added that within
the Jewish community itself

protesters.

there was a diversity of opi-
nion regarding Israel.
"We are regretful that the
_ situation has come to such an
extreme," Adam Schrager,
editor in chief of the paper,
said in response to the pro-
tests, Schrager said the issue
of Daily editorials had been
brought up previously, but
concerns were never fully
addressed.
On March 9, Schrager and
five Daily staff members will
meet with Jewish student
leaders to listen to their
grievances.

German Gas Supplier
Has Auschwitz Ties

New York (JTA) — A West
German company which ship-
ped potentially deadly
chemicals to Libya was a ma-
jor shareholder in the com-
pany that supplied poison gas
to Auschwitz, according to the
Simon Wiesenthal Center in
Los Angeles.
The Wiesenthal Center an-
nounced that the Frankfurt-
based Degussa Company was
a 42.5 percent owner of
Degesch, a company which
during World War II
manufactured Zyklon B, the
lethal chemical used in the
gas chambers.
The Wiesenthal Center
reports that a recent ship-
ment from Degussa of
chemicals was impounded by
the Bonn government.
Degesch was an acronym
for German Company for
Pesticide Production. The
company's manufacture of the
infamous chemical is
documented in historian
Raoul Hilberg's The Destruc-
tion of European Jewry.
Hilberg said he was con-
cerned but also very careful
in his analysis of the German
company's relationship both
to chemical production and to
the German firm that oper-
ated during the Nazi era.

Hilberg cautioned that the
relationship is "very com-
plicated. Even in those days,
you had all the same gim-
micks as now, in terms of com-
pany ownership and distribu-
tion of product."
Degussa was one of three
parent companies of Degesch,
the other two having been
I.G. Farben and Goldschmidt.
Degesch, said Hilberg,
marketed this gas to two com-
panies, Heli and Testa, and
Testa delivered the gas to
Auschwitz.

PLO Circulates
Anti-Israel Text

Liberation
Palestine
Organization, represented at
the United Nations by the
Palestine observer mission, is
circulating drafts of a propos-
ed resolution that would
strongly deplore human
rights violations and the
shootings of Palestinian
civilians by Israeli soldiers.
The resolution would also
affirm statements made last
week by the Palestine
observer mission's represen-
tative, who asked that the
United Nations intervene in
the 14-month-old uprising.

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