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October 05, 1990 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-05

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for Jews in Ethiopia.
They are providing them
with medical and educa-
tional care and give each
family a financial stipend
that, according to sources
here, is much higher than
the average income in Ethi-
opia.

U.S. Jewish
Groups Blast
Anti-Arab Bigots

New York (JTA) — Two
national Jewish organiza-
tions have condemned at-
tacks on Arab Americans in
several U.S. cities recently,
which have been spurred by
the U.S. confrontation with
Iraq in the Persian Gulf. A
statement adopted last week
by the executive committee
of the National Jewish
Community Relations Ad-
visory Council asserted, "We
must not allow strong feel-
ings engendered by the cur-
rent crisis in the Persian
Gulf to generate intimida-
tion of those Americans who
are of Arab descent." The
statement observed that "all
manifestations of bigotry
and bias are unacceptable
and group stereotyping must
be denounced and repu-
diated ." The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith decried violent at-
tacks on Arab Americans as
"unacceptable manifesta-
tions of bigotry." "There can
be no justification for such
acts of bias," ADL National
Chairman Melvin Salberg
said in a recent statement.
He called on "all levels of
government to protect the
rights and safety of Arab
Americans and to pursue,
prosecute and punish all
those who have acted
criminally against them."

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separators in 14K gold.
Citrine, amethyst, blue
topaz, peridot and
rhodolite stones.

Jewish Leaders
To Meet Pope

New York (JTA) — Jewish
leaders are scheduled to
meet with Pope John Paul II
and other Vatican officials
in November, to com-
memorate and build on the
historic statements made in
the 1965 church document
"Nostra Aetate."
It will be the first meeting
between the pope and official
representatives of world
Jewry since September
1987, when Jews were still
smarting from the pope's
meeting three months
earlier with Kurt Waldheim.
Until then, the Austrian
president had been shunned
by world leaders because of
revelations about his Nazi
past.

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Thurs. 10-7
Sat. 10-3

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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