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Ethiopian Jewry Bill
Worries Americans

Washington (JTA) —
American Jewish groups have
been hesitant to endorse a
resolution introduced last
week in the U.S. Senate that
calls on President Bush to
condition any improvement in
U.S.-Ethiopian relations on
better treatment for
Ethiopia's estimated 15,000
Jews.
The resolution says U.S.
Ambassador to the United
Nations Thomas Pickering
should petition the U.N.
World Food Program, Securi-
ty Council and General
Assembly to press Ethiopia
"to develop and implement a
policy for the sustained
emigration of Ethiopian
Jews."
The resolution was in-
troduced June 2 by Sen. Pete
Wilson (R-Calif.), and co-
sponsored by Sens., Rudy
Boschwitz, (R-Minn.), and
Alan Cranston, (D-Calif.).
At about the same time as
the resolution was introduc-
ed, Ethiopia withdrew its for-
mal request to have
Washington restore full
diplomatic ties, which were
broken in 1980 when the two
countries recalled their
ambassadors.
The Senate resolution
charges that Ethiopia "denies
both emigration oppor-
tunities and foreign visitation
rights to the Ethiopian
Jewish community."
Before an upgrade in rela-
tions, Ethiopia would have to
make "tangible progress in
human rights conditions for
Ethiopian Jews, including the
freedom to emigrate, travel
and observe religious
holidays," the resolution
stipulates.
Thousands of Ethiopian
Jews were airlifted to Israel
during the secret U.S.-Israeli
Operation Moses airlifts in
1984 and 1985. But
thousands more remain in
Ethiopia, separated from
families in Israel, Western
Europe and the United
States.
The last congressional ac-
tion on Ethiopian Jewry came
Sept. 30, when Congress ask-
ed for human rights reports
on Ethiopia every 90 days,
dealing mainly with food
distribution and Ethiopia's
forced resettlement of its
population.
Will Recant, executive
director of the American
Association for Ethiopian
Jews, said there are "two dif-
ferent approaches" that can
be taken by the Bush ad-
ministration toward Ethiopia:

"the carrot and the stick."
The "carrot" would offer
Ethiopia an upgrade in rela-
tions before it improves its
treatment of Jews, Recant
explained.
The "stick" approach, on
the other hand, "demands
human rights imprcvements
in advance," Recant said. He
praised the approach used in
the Wilson resolution as
"more appropriate in the face
of what the Ethiopian govern-
ment has been doing."
The Senate resolution
would also require Ethiopia
to end its "villigization" pro-
gram, which combines small
villages into larger towns for
administrative purposes.

Radio Telethon
Raises Millions

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A 36-hour
radio telethon held for the
benefit of soldiers' welfare
took in nearly $4 million by
the time it ended early last
Wednesday.
Sponsored by the Army
Radio, it featured Israeli
entertainers and public
figures, including Cabinet
ministers who helped man
the telephones.
The ministers made calls to
industrialists and wealthy
friends for donations, while
the general public was urged
to contribute whatever it
could.
The telethon took in over 7
million shekels, the equi-
valent of $3.9 million. Last
year's telethon raised 4.5
million shekels.
Meanwhile a parallel effort
was underway in the United
States, conducted by the
Friends of the Israel Defense
Force and sponsored by the
Consulate General of Israel in
New York.
The funds raised in Israel
and overseas are ad-
ministered by the Soldiers
Welfare Committee, a volun-
tary public organization
which funds a wide range of
recreational, sports and can-
teen facilities for soldiers all
over the country.

Drug Abuse
Lecture Topic

Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
of Bais Chabad Town Center
will deliver a lecture on
"Substance Abuse in the
Torah," at the Ann Arbor
Chabad House, 715 Hill, on
Sunday at 5 p.m. For informa-
tion, call the Chabad House,
99-LEARN.

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