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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-04

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55-year-old Rafsanjani will
take over the reigns of the
country, Zonis believes condi-
tions for Jews should improve.
"A Rafsanjani-run Iran will
be one which is much better
for the West and for Iranian
Jews. While he is no great
civil libertarian — he's
Stalinist, I suppose — I do
think he is much less commit-
ted to Islam than Khomeini
was, and so is more of an Ira-
nian patriot, as Stalin was
sort of a Soviet patriot."
The effect of Khomeini's
death on Iran's relationship
with Israel will depend on
what Rafsanjani deems im-
portant to him.
Zonis said he believes that
Iran's support of extremist
Palestinian factions in
Lebanon will increase.
"I don't think it is possible
to have formal relations with
Israel, under any of the
leaders of Islamic Republic.
But as we saw in the Iran-
Contra affair, if Rafsanjani
deems it to be in Iran's in-
terest in general, and his in-
terest in particular, he'll have
relations with anybody, in-
cluding Israel," he said.
"It's not clear now if Raf-
sanjani has the power to turn
down the heat on Israel in
Lebanon, "He said. "When he
begins to assert his central
authority, then I think he
would turn it down if it was
in Iran's interests. But at that
moment, even if he had the
power to do it, I don't think he
would."

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familiarly known as the
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Cardin wrote that Soviet
willingness to live up to its
CSCE commitments should
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New York (JTA) — The head
of the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry has asked
Secretary of State James
Baker to invoke U.S. help to
resolve the issue of long-term
refuseniks.
Shoshana Cardin, chair-
woman of the National Con-
ference, wrote a letter to
Baker citing Soviet failure to
allow long-term refuseniks to
emigrate, and said Soviet per-
formance in the refusenik
matter should be a factor in
United States participation
in a human rights conference
in Moscow in 1991.
Cardin wrote that the pro-
blem was still outstanding
despite assurances given by
the Soviet Union on Jan. 19,
when it signed the concluding
document of the Vienna
follow-up meeting of the Con-

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Chicago (JTA) — The death
of Ayatollah Ruhollah Kho-
meini has given a ray of hope
to what is left of Iran's small
Jewish community, according
to a leading Iran watcher, but
only if Parliament Speaker
Hashemi Rafsanjani is
elected president in August.
Marvin Zonis, a professor at
the University of Chicago
Graduate School of Business,
said that with the passing of
the 86-year-old Khomeini,
Iran's rigidly enforced Islamic
theocracy may give way to an
environment where Iranian
Jews can live with less fear
and anxiety.
At the time of the Islamic
revolution in Iran in 1979,
Zonis said, about 60,000 Jews
lived in the country. "The
number has dropped substan-
tially since that time and the
estimates are that some
40,000 Jews remain, or
maybe less, there is little data
on it," he said.
After the revolution, Zonis
said, Jews were at first sub-
jected to terror and execu-
tions. Later, they were
somewhat protected as
members of a state-recognized
religion.
"The difficulty Iranian
Jews have had under Kho-
meini is that if they are seen
as patriotic Iranian Jews,
they are all right, but if they
are seen as Jews with an at-
tachment to Israel, then they
are not considered legitimate
anymore,"he said.
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