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July 19, 1991 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-19

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WITH DR. STANLEY LEVINE, D.C.

SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN

Continued obduracy is cer-
tain to create intense ten-
sion with Washington and
Mr. Baker will no doubt ex-
ploit Israel's diplomatic
isolation and its economic
vulnerability in an attempt
to persuade Mr. Shamir to
demonstrate greater flexibil-
ity on both procedure and
substance.
The opposition Labor Par-
ty leader, Shimon Peres,
whose party favors a set-
tlement based on an
exchange of land for peace,
pointed out that Mr. Shamir
had confidently told Mr.
Baker at the start of his mis-
sion that peace would not be
worth negotiating without
the Syrians.
Mr. Peres warned that if
the government attempted
to evade the Syrian over-

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ture, it would be inviting a
head-on clash with Wash-
ington.
Observers hailed the tim-
ing of Mr. al-Assad's re-
sponse to Washington —on
the eve of the G7 summit —
as a political master stroke.
His diplomatic astuteness
and his unexpected display
of flexibility will further
enhance Western percep-
tions of Syria while deepen-
ing the predicament of Mr.
Shamir's Likud government.
It also helps insure U.S.
sympathy for Syria at a time
when the Syrian-controlled
Lebanese Army attempts to
extend its control to the
Israeli enclaves in southern
Lebanon, an event that
could provoke military ten-
sions between Syria and
Israel. ❑

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Toronto (JTA) — Little
more than three years after
Parliament enacted legisla-
tion enabling Canadian
courts to try suspected Nazi
war criminals living in
Canada, the process appears
to have reached the end of
the road.
Last week, Supreme Court
Justice James Chadwick in
Ottawa rejected a govern-
ment appeal to send a
judicial team to the Soviet
Union to gather and
videotape evidence against
Michael Pawlowski of Ren-
frew, Ontario.
The justice concluded that
Mr. Pawlowski could not
receive a fair trial under the
procedures for taking
evidence in the Soviet
Union.
He cited the fallibility of
memory nearly a half-
century after the events oc-
curred and the difficulties of
cross-examining witnesses
whose testimony was on
videotape played in transla-
tion.
The 74-year-old Mr.
Pawlowski, a native of
Byelorussia who has lived in
Renfrew since 1951, was
originally charged in
November 1989 with eight
counts of war crimes and
crimes against humanity.
The charges concerned the
deaths of 410 Jews and 80
Poles who were killed in the
Minsk region of White
Russia in 1942.
Four of the charges had to
be dropped when a key
witness, Petr Korelev, died
last month. According to

Justice Department lawyer
Peter Sutton, he would have
given critical testimony
regarding the massacre of 80
Poles and eight Jews in the
village of Yeskovichi.
According to Winnipeg
lawyer David Matas, author
of Justice Delayed: Nazi War
Criminals in Canada, the
government will probably
press its case against Mr.
Pawlowski, a naturalized
citizen, despite the lack of
substantial evidence.
That strategy is likely to
result in an acquittal, but
the subsequent appeal could
serve as a challenge to Mr.
Chadwick's ruling, Mr.
Matas suggested.

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IDF, Police
In Nablus Raid

Jerusalem (JTA) — Hun-
dreds of Israel Defense Force
soldiers and border police
swooped down on the casbah
in Nablus, the largest Arab
city in the West Bank.
The surprise raids netted
dozens of men on the wanted
list, including some
suspected of murdering Arab
informants. The operation
was described as a major
blow to the intifada.
Homes and other hideouts
were searched for firearms
and propaganda material.
A rifle, four homemade
pistols and a homemade
submachine gun were seiz-
ed. But the two large
arsenals found consisted of
so-called cold weapons, main-
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