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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-03

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Police are seeking witnesses
of atrocities against
Hungarian Jews, with par-
ticular interest in allega-
tions of mistreatment of
members of the Hungarian
Jewish Labor Battalion by
commanding officers.
The Canadian Police are
seeking survivors who serv-
ed in companies 2, 3 and 4 of
the Fourth Hungarian
Jewish Labor Battalion of
the Second Hungarian
Army.
Survivors and witnesses
are needed to prosecute
Canadian residents who
have concealed their iden-
tities. These former com-
manding officers are
allegedly responsible for
atrocities against Jews rang-
ing from torture to murder.
World War II criminals
now living in Canada may
be prosecuted there under a
new amendment to the
Canadian Criminal Code.
Individuals who can be of
assistance in this investiga-
tion are asked to contact
Betty Pupko, c/o World
Jewish Congress, 501
Madison Ave., New York,
N.Y. 10022, or call (212) 755-
5770.

Police Measures
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Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Knesset Interior Committee
is split along ideological
lines over the refusal of
Police Inspector General
David Kraus to adopt the
harsh measures used by the
Israel Defense Force when
the intifada spills over into
East Jerusalem.
Kraus made clear to the
committee that he will not
order the police to emulate
recent IDF orders to shoot
any masked Palestinians,
whether or not they are
committing overt acts of
violence.
Masked men are believed
to be the instigators of
disturbances and the killers
of fellow Palestinians
suspected of collaborating
with Israeli authorities.
But Kraus argued that
while the IDF operates in
the administered territories,
the unified city of Jerusalem
is sovereign territory of
Israel, where military rule
does not apply.
The subject was raised in
the Knesset committee after
a recent wave of violence in
east Jerusalem.

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