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August 16, 1991 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-08-16

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may redefine its relationship
to them.
"Israel would lose its place_
as Number. One on the Jew-
ish charity circuit," said
Marvin Hier of the Wiesen-
thal Center, who warned
that Jewish federations may
have to devise new tactics to
raise funds for Israel.
"It's one thing to say that
the center of Jewish life is
threatened," he said. But
"less attractive to Jews than
such emotional issues is the
charity of the mind. Federa-
tions will have to do the
same kind of fund-raising
now done by Jewish educa-
tional institutions. And that
is much more difficult."
But Marvin Feuerwerger
of the Washington Institute
for Near East Policy an-
ticipated no waning of
American Jews' support for
Israel. -
"The attachment," he
said, "is to the homeland,
not to its crises." 0

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USSR Asks
For Spy

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
Soviet Union recently asked
Israel to free Shabtai
Kalmanovitz; an Israeli
businessman sentenced
three years ago by the Tel
Aviv District Court for spy-
ing for the Soviet Union, the
Israeli daily Yediot
Achronot reported last week.
Mr.. Kalmanovitz, 46, is
currently serving a nine-
year prison term. His 1988
trial was held behind closed
doors.
In exchange for allowing
.Mr. Kalmanovitz to return
to the USSR, the Soviets
offered to assist Israel in
humanitarian issues.
According to Yediot, an
Israeli academician doing
research work in Moscow
was told of the request by
someone from the Soviet
Academy of Sciences.
Sources in Israel have con-
firmed the information, the
paper said.
Mr. Kalmanovitz im-
migrated to Israel in 1971.
After briefly working in the
Labor Party and in the
Prime Minister's Informa-
tion Service, he became an
aide to businessman Shmuel
Flatto-Sharon. Flatto-
Sharon, a member of
Knesset in the late 1970s,
was himself sentenced to a
three-month jail term in
Israel for buying votes and
to 10 years in a French
prison for embezzlement.
Mr. Kalmanovitz was ar-
rested in December 1987
when he returned to Israel.

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