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November 10, 1989 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-10

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PRE-HOLIDAY
SAVINGS!

SLEEPWEAR AND ROBES

But it said it would still
consider granting refugee
status under the old system
in Rome to those with Soviet
exit visas dated before Oct.
1. Until last week, though,
Soviet Jews and
Evangelicals were not bound
to obtain their Israeli entry
visas by any particular date.
A State Department offi-
cial said that the United
States will show a "little bit
of flexibility" toward Soviets
who received Soviet exit
visas by Oct. 1 but did not
obtain their Israeli entry
visas by Nov. 5.
Under emigration pro-
cedures, the Soviet exit visa
is exchanged for an Israeli
entry visa at the Dutch Em-
bassy, which represents
Israeli interests in Moscow
in the absence of full diplo-
matic relations between
Israel and the Soviet Union.
Holders of Israeli entry
visas then travel to Vienna,
where 85 to 90 percent "drop
out" of their "intention" to
immigrate to Israel. They
then travel to Rome, where
they file applications for
U.S. refugee status at a pro-
cessing center.
Karl Zukerman, executive
vice president of the Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society, ac-
knowledged that there is
now "a finite population" of
potential Soviet refugees fly-
ing to Rome.
Zukerman said there were
23,000 Soviet Jews in the
pipeline as of early
Novomber, and roughly
17,000 Soviet Jews who have
met the U.S. deadline but
not yet left the Soviet Union.
He said that 10,400 Soviets,
8,000 of whom are Jewish,
entered the pipeline in Oc-
tober — the highest monthly
total ever.

Syrian Terror:
Is Bush Soft?

Washington (JTA) -- The
Bush administration has
denied charges that it is
reluctant to press Syria to
cut off ties with the terrorist
group believed responsible
for the bombing of Pan Am
Flight 103 last December.
But State Department
deputy spokesman Richard
Boucher refused again Nov.
3 to confirm that the United
States believes the group
responsible for the act is the
Popular Front for the Lib-
eration of Palestine-General
Command, headed by Ahm-
ed Jabril.

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