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January 19, 1990 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-19

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Panama Issues Pledge
To Keep PLO Out

HOWARD ROSENBERG

Special to The Jewish News

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resident Guillermo
Endara of Panama
pledged to 1,500
Panamanian Jews recently
that he will not allow the
Palestine Liberation
Organization to open an of-
fice there.
News of the meeting was
reported by David Bassan,
chairman of the Panama-
nian Jewish community,
through Seymour Reich,
president of B'nai B'rith In-
ternational. Reich was in
Panama for a three-day
visit.
B'nai B'rith has been
spearheading Jewish relief
efforts in Panama and in-
itially forwarded more than
$1,000 to the community, a
B'nai B'rith official here
said.
At the meeting with En-
dara, the Panamanian Jews
cheered the new govern-
ment. For his part, the
Panamanian president
praised the community for
its contributions to Panama,
whose estimated 5,000 Jews
are said to own more than
half of the country's busi-
nesses.
Also taking part in the
meeting was Vice President
Guillermo Ford, who fondly
recalled memories of his
Jewish great- grandmother.
Vice President Ricardo
Arias Calderon spoke of
Panama's deliverance from
the Noriega dictatorship by
referring to the Pesach
prayer, "Next year in
Jerusalem."
"For Panama," he said, "it

is this year in Jerusalem."
Bassan reported that
government leaders hugged
and kissed some of the Jews,
who had responded to their
statements with standing
ovations.
During his visit, Reich met
with Endara and the two
vice presidents; U.S. Ambas-
sador Dean Hinton; Israeli
Ambassador Reuven Ben-
Eliezer; Gen. Mark Cisneros,
commander of the U.S.
Army forces in Panama; and
Col. Hassan Herrera, new
commander of the Panama
Public Force.
He also paid a courtesy call
on the Vatican's ambassador
to Panama and the
Panamanian archbishop.
Accompanying him on the
trip were Daniel
Mariaschin, B'nai B'rith di-
rector of international and
public affairs, and Isaac
Hochman of Caracas,
Venezuela, president of
B'nai B'rith District 23,
which encompasses Central
America.
Reich said that with
unemployment potentially
reaching as high as 40 per-
cent as the result of recent
looting, Panama needs
economic assistance urgent-
ly. In addition, "there is a
need for reconciliation
among all classes in
Panamanian society," he
said.
"The Jewish community
has received reassurances
from the new government
and has declared that it feels
a responsibility to help
rebuild Panama for the
benefit of all citizens," he
reported. ❑

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Catholic Paper: Nuns
Soon Will Be Moving

YOSSI LEMPKOWICZ

Special to The Jewish News

T

he removal of a
Carmelite convent
from the grounds of
the former Auschwitz death
camp now seems assured, if
a report in the Belgian
Catholic daily La Libre
Belgique is correct.
The newspaper's Warsaw
correspondent reported that
construction will begin next
month on the ecumenical
prayer and education center
outside the Auschwitz
perimeter, where the nuns
now living in the convent
will be relocated.

The land has been ac-
quired, the architectural
plans have been completed
and work will start if the
weather permits, the news-
paper said, quoting sources
close to the Polish Catholic
Church. The report in-
dicated that the winter in
Poland has been very cold.
The new center is being
financed through a special
fund created by Cardinal
Franciszek Macharski, the
archbishop of Krakow, who
has jurisdiction over the
convent, the newspaper said.
Money for the project is be-
ing donated in Western
Catholic circles. ❑

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