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September 15, 1989 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1989

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JEWISH NEWS

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Bonn (JTA) - The staging
of an anti-war poem by Ber-
tolt Brecht at the German
war cemetery in Bitburg was
banned by a court in Trier
over the weekend.
It was to have been part of
an observance of the 50th an-
niversary of the start of the
second World War.
The Bitburg municipality
asked the court for a restrain-
ing order on grounds that the
dramatization would offend
relatives of soldiers buried at
Bitburg.
Those soldiers include
members of the Waffen SS,
the Nazis' elite fighting corps
whose members took a blood
oath of allegiance to Hitler.
There were worldwide ex-
pressions of outrage in 1985
when President Reagan,
escorted by West German
Chancellor Helmut Kohl,
placed a wreath at the Bit-
burg cemetery.
Brecht's poem, Legend of a
Dead Soldier, was to have
been read and acted out at
the site.
An actor portraying the
soldier would be taken out of
a mock grave and, in the
words of Brecht, restored to
life so that he could fight in
a war again.
The staged scene, arranged
by a group of West German
artists and intellectuals in-
cluding Oscar-winner Volker
Schloendorff and former High
Court Judge Martin Hirsch,
was intended as a warning
against war and to convey the
message that peace serves the
best interests of soldiers, past
and present.
Brecht's daughter, Hanne
Hiob-Brecht, said the group
would appeal the court's
ruling.

Bush Nixes
Israel's Request

Washington (JTA) — Citing
a lack of progress in resolving
the Arab-Israeli conflict, the
United States and other
Western countries have re-
jected an Israeli appeal for aid
to rehabilitate Palestinian
refugee camps.
The U.S. refusal came this
week in a letter from Presi-
dent Bush to Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir.
The Israeli newspaper
Ma'ariv quoted Bush as say-
ing that the camps had to be
part of a "comprehensive plan
to resolve the conflict."
Canada, France, Great Bri-
tain, Japan and West Ger-
many also have rejected the

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