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July 05, 1991 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-05

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I NEWS

Israel Sets Pace
On S. Africa

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel
will follow its own timetable
with respect to normalizing
relations with South Africa
as that country dismantles
the structures of apartheid,
it was reported by the Israeli
daily Ha'aretz.
Israel plans to gradually
lift sanctions, but will
visibly coordinate its policies
with the United States on
that matter, said Ha'aretz,
which added that the deci-
sions will be made by the
Foreign Ministry and then,
presumably, by the entire
Cabinet.
According to the news-
paper, Israel is reconsider-
ing its participation in
U.N.-mandated restrictions
on trade with South Africa.
But it is keeping a close wat-
ch on the U.S. government
and on public reaction in the
United States to the latest
South African moves.
The Pretoria government
announced repeal of the
1950 Populations Registra-
tion Act, the core of the
apartheid system, which
classified all South Africans
by race from birth.
Ha'aretz said diplomatic
contacts have begun with
respect to a state visit to
Israel by South African
President F.W. de Kierk in
three to four months.

Argentina Bans
Neo-Nazi Group

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New York (JTA) — Argen-
tine President Carlos
Menem, supported by his en-
tire Cabinet, has forbade an
assemblage of neo-Nazis
that had been called to take
place in front of the National
Congress, the Latin Ameri-
can Jewish Congress re-
ported.
Mr. Menem instructed the
Argentine interior minister
to prohibit the gathering of
the Nationalist Workers'
Party, which was to have in-
cluded a pledge of allegiance
to an Argentine flag with a
swastika in its center, the
Argentine Embassy in
Washington confirmed.
In addition to the presi-
dent's rejection of the
group's plans, three mem-
bers of the Argentine
Parliament, representing
the country's three main po-
litical parties, introduced
draft legislation in the Na-
tional Congress prohibiting
the parade. They said such a
gathering would spread
"ideas identified with death,
racism and intolerance."

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