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abortion debate, Agudath
Israel of America, which filed
a brief in the Webster case
urging sharp restrictions on
abortion, expressed cautious
approval of the decision.
"Our attorneys are in the
process of reviewing the
Supreme Court decision, and
we will have no formal com-
ment until we have read an
analyzed it," a spokesman for
the Orthodox group said.
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ing legal abortion will find
their resources stretched as
they fight on a number of
fronts.
While Jewish political effec-
tiveness is focused heavily on
Washington, the Evangelical
Christian groups that have
been the backbone of the anti-
abortion movement have
become potent forces in many
state capitols.
"So the court decision may
have the affect of shifting the
battle to arenas where we are
not as effective," said an of-
ficial of a major Jewish
organization which was still
studying the decision. "So
from a purely political point
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Rep. Green:
Backfire Possible

tolerated — spirals in the
USSR.
President Bush has, so far,
heeded the wishes of Soviet
Jews. In a May 12 speech, he
said: "Should the Soviet
Union codify its emigration
laws in accord with interna-
tional standards and imple-
ment its new laws faithfully,
I am prepared to work with
Congress for a temporary
waiver of the Jackson-Vanik
Amendment."
Soviet Jews are counting on
the President not to let them
down.
As I cast my dissenting
vote, I thought of Leonid
Stonov, who, after delivering
an impassioned speech at the
Moscow emigration con-
ference, handed me a note
which read: "Do not forget
us." And here in Washington,
Jewish "leaders" were voting
against Leonid and his
friends.
I wondered, who in the
world are these people serv-
ing? Certainly not Soviet
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available. We regard that as a
positive development."
Although Congress was in
recess when the decision was
announced, some pro-choice
legislators were quick to go
on record in opposition to the
Court's actions.
"It is a special tragedy that
the poor, who depend upon
the help of their government,
will suffer even more because
of this decision," said Rep. Bill
Green, (R-N.Y.). Green has
worked closely with Jewish
activists on the pro-choice
side.
•I ■ 1NEWS
But Green hinted that their
partial victory in the Webster
Israel Deports
case could backfire on anti-
abortion activists. "Every poll
8 To Lebanon
has shown that there is a
`silent majority' of Americans Tel Aviv, (JTA) — Israel
in favor of abortion rights,"
deported eight Palestinians to
Green said. "If that majority
Lebanon last week on charges
is galvanized by the court
that they were organizers of
decision, the anti-abortion
the Palestinian uprising, now
forces who have dominated
in its 19th month. Four are
the political debate in recent
from the West Bank and four
years could start to lose in
from the Gaza Strip.
Congress and in the state
Their ouster brought the
legislatures."
number of Palestinian ac-
For Jewish groups, this
tivists deported by Israel to
week's decision poses some
55, since the intifada began
special problems. As the focus
in December 1987.
in the abortion battle shifts to
Israel braced for criticism
state legislators, Jewish
from the United States and
groups interested in preserv-
human rights groups.

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