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August 11, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-11

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ANALYSIS

Cruel Irony

Continued from Page 6

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'89 1/2 TOM SUBURBAN

U LE REBATES

Deep t. glass. mats, Silverado, pwr.
windows & locks, AM-FM stereo,
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more! Stk. #224

'89 METRO 2 DR. N.B.

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12 ALS SIB radials & rnore. Stk. *1071

WAS $7150
DOUBLE REBATE $800

TO
UP $ 2000

WAS $20,238

NOW
ONLY

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$800

$17,290*

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ATZ $6095

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#1514

N
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'89 CELEBRITY 4 DR.

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V8, auto, air,

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ON $10,675*

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(HIV/Mai

It

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WAS 517,814
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'arc $14,854*

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tragically apt some words
spoken at an ecumenical ser-
vice held in New York on Jan.
8, 1986, as a memorial for the
first two murdered Lebanese
Jewish hostages, and as a
plea for redemption of all held
captive in Lebanon.
The Rev. Joseph Hare, presi-
dent of Fordham University,
poignantly declared:
"It is once again a cruel
irony that the murderers of
Haim Cohen and Isaac Tar-
rab should dare to call
themselves representatives of
the oppressed of the world. No
grater human oppression is
possible than the reduction of
individual human beings to
nameless symbols whose lives
are snuffed out in some
sterile political gesture." E

I NEWS I

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NOW
LY '"
ON

WAS $12,238
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WAS $15,317
DOUBLE REBATE $1,500

'89 BERETTA 2 DR.

2.0L eng., auto, air. cruise, tilt, int wip-
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Stk. #1179

authority to help the Jewish
community recover the re-
mains of the murdered Jews
so that they could be laid to
rest in accordance with
Jewish traditions.
Mizrahi emphasized the
gratuitous cruelty of the ter-
rorists' behavior, since "there
is no conceivable political ad-
vantage that can accrue to
the killers."
Moreover, he noted, "even
the most bloodthirsty ter-
rorists who have given their
lives for what they believe to
be their cause have been
buried, and nobody has con-
tested this most elementary
right to a proper burial."
As our hearts fill with fresh
grief and outrage at the
murder of Col. Higgins, I find

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Soviet Regulations
May Cut Israel iligavel

Washington (JTA) — The
Union of Councils for Soviet
Jews has asked the U.S. State
Department to look into new
Soviet travel regulations that
it says thwart travel by
Soviets abroad.
The group says the restric-
tions, which went into effect
July 1, could cut down
substantially on the number
of Soviet Jews able to travel
to Israel.
According to the new
regulations, ordered by the
Soviet Aviation and Finance
ministries, Soviet citizens can
no longer purchase tickets on
the state carrier Aeroflot for
destinations beyond its nor-
mal service area, unless they
use hard, or non- Soviet,
currency.
The Union of Councils says
most Soviet travelers to Israel
generally travel via Cyprus
and would not be able to con-
tinue their trip.
"Soviet citizens, with few
exceptions, are permitted to
exchange only 200 rubles, or
about $300, in any one year,"
said Micah Naftalin, the
organization's national
director.
The Soviet Jewry advocacy
group has asked the State
Department to examine
whether the new legislation
violates the Soviet Union's
obligations under the Vienna
Concluding , Document, the
human rights accord the
Soviet Union and 34 other na-
tions signed in January.
The restrictions were
reported recently when a
Moscow refusenik, Leonid
Stonov, told Naftalin that
"more than a dozen" Soviet
Jews had been turned away at

Aeroflot counters the first
week of July.
This was confirmed last
NAreek
by Moscow cultural
leader Mikhail Chlenov, who
said the move derives from
the shortage of hard curren-
cy and Aeroflot's financial dif-
ficulties, Naftalin reported.
The Union of Councils call-
ed on Moscow to open direct
air travel to Israel, an idea
that has been much discuss-
ed recently.

Sellers' Cars
Get Protection

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
private cars of Jewish settlers
in the West Bank will be fit-
ted with special protective
windows, paid for by the
government, Transport
Minister Moshe Katsav an-
nounced this week.

.

The special windows, which
are meant to help deflect
rocks and firebombs hurled
by Palestinian rioters, will be
financed by the Transport,
Defense and Treasury
ministries, Katsav said.

security
In
another
measure, Egged passenger
buses on routes in the West
Bank will be fitted with new
communications equipment,
enabling them to keep in con-
tact with nearby settlements.
All buses traveling through
the West Bank already have
been fitted with the protec-
tive windows.
Katsav said that the
government had decided to
"invest money for the safety
of private cars, as we have
done already with the buses."

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