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March 30, 1990 - Image 25

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Detentions
Protested

Jerusalem (JPFS) — An
Israel-Palestinian human
rights group has announced
a month-long protest cam-
paign against what it
termed the "massive, uncon-
trolled use of administrative
detention" in the territories.
The Israel-Palestinian
Human Rights Committee
said the campaign, involving
several Israel peace groups,
would include panel discus-
sions, demonstrations,
lobbying in the Knesset, a
visit to the Ketsiot detention
camp by MKs and publica-
tion of reports on ad-
ministrative detention.
The activities coincide
with the first anniversary
this month of the military
order cancelling judicial re-
view of administrative
detention orders, and the se-
cond anniversary of the es-
tablishment of Ketsiot.
In a letter to Defense Min-
ister Yitzhak Rabin, the
IPHRC said that the deten-
tion without trial of some
10,000 Palestinians in the
last two years without
judicial review was "a most
serious violation of human
rights."
"Administrative detention
cannot replace proper
judicial processes," said the
letter, signed by IPHRC co-
chairman Edy Kaufman and
Darwish Nasser.

Moscow Rabbi
Fears New
Anti-Semitism

Rome (JTA) — The chief
rabbi of Moscow, Adolf
Shayevitch, says his over-
riding fear is the emergence
of classic Russian anti-
Semitism in the new at-
mosphere of openness and
freedom of expression in the
Soviet Union.

The pogromist spirit is al-
ready abroad in the
"absolute impunity" with
which the fascist Pamyat
group conducts its anti- Jew-
ish ranting amid silence on
the part of the authorities,
Shayevitch said in an inter-
view.

But a leading Jewish au-
thority on Eastern Europe is
convinced that while the
fears of Soviet Jews are
understandable, there will
be no pogroms in the Soviet
Union, because neither the
Red Army nor the KGB
would tolerate them.

That was the opinion of Dr.
Stephen Roth, former head
of the Institute of Jewish Af-
fairs of the World Jewish
Congress in London.

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