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Croatian Jews
Alarmed
By Nationalism

Zagreb, Yugoslavia (JTA)
— Jewish leaders in the re-
public of Croatia are worried
that mounting Croatian na-
tionalism may prompt a res-
urgence of anti-Semitism,
similar to the anti- Semitism
that has recently emerged
elsewhere in Eastern
Europe.
"The mood is concerned,
not fearful as a Slovakia or
Hungary," said Nenad
Porges, president of the ap-
proximately 1,500 member
Zagreb Jewish community.
About 12,000 Jews lived in
Zagreb before the Holocaust.
"It would take a crystal
ball to predict what will
happen," he said. "The rise
of democracy means that
people now can openly vent
their feelings and frustra-
tions, but it's important not
to confuse the political situa-
tion with the Jewish situa-
tion.
"So far there has been no
overt anti-Semitism, and on
the government level there
has been nothing — but
there surely is anti-
Semitism below the sur-
face."
Multi-party elections in
Croatia put into power a
non- Communist local
government whose main
platform is Croatian nation-
alism.
During World War II,
Croatia was an extreme na-
tionalist fascist Nazi puppet
state whose leadership, the
Ustashi, carried out a brutal
anti-Semitic policy, as well
as a brutal policy against
Serbs.
Recent developments in
Zagreb have given rise to
fears that the extreme na-
tionalism may result in
persecution of people
perceived as non-Croat.

Slaughter Ban
Plans Thwarted

Montreal (JTA) — B'nai
B'rith Canada believes that
"for the time being" it has
thwarted efforts by the
Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals to have
kosher slaughtering banned
in Quebec.
The SPCA is prepared to
drop the contentious kosher
slaughtering clause from its
proposals to the government
after a two-month battle.
But the issue is not dead
and the fight could be
renewed at any time, accor-
ding to B'nai Brith Presi-
dent Marilyn Wainberg.

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Come to the Concord Hotel this Passover.
Let us celebrate together as one family.

* Between Now and April 15th *
* All Past Guests Are Invited *
*To Bring Back A Guest For FREE*

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good until April 15, 1991

Please call Jodi or
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A festive celebration at the Concord
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Fri. March 29 - Sun. April 7

Rabbi Michael Alony Matthew Lazar
Rabbi
Choir Director
Mortimer Horowitz Raymond Drillings
Kosher Supervisor
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