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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-31

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war criminals and collab-
orators.
He cited reports that vet-
erans of former SS units
responsible for the mass
slaughter of Estonian Jews
have held reunion meetings
all over Estonia recently.
The Jewish cemetery in
Tartu, where one of the
meetings occurred, was
desecrated. The city was the
site of a World War II con-
centration camp.
Mr. Samuels referred in
his letter to articles in the
newly free Estonian press,
which he said incited hatred
against the country's 3,000
surviving Jews.
A similar situation existed
in Estonia's Baltic neighbor,
Lithuania, where a cam-
paign to rehabilitate war
criminals seems to have
been canceled as a result of
international protests.
Jean Kahn, president of
CRIF, the representative
council of French Jewish
organizations, met recently
in Strasbourg, France, with
Lithuanian President
Vytautas Landsbergis, who
promised that war criminals
in his country would not be
pardoned.

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JNF Celebrates
90th Anniversary

Geneva (JTA) — More
than 1,000 people from
around the world attended
the 90th anniversary
celebration of the founding
of the Jewish National Fund
last week in Basel, Switzer-
land.
They gathered in the same
Casino Hall where the estab-
lishment of the land acquisi-
tion agency for the Jewish
people was announced by
Theodor Herzl on Dec. 19,
1901, during the fifth Zionist
Congress.
But the speeches delivered
there last week reflected
concerns far different from
those that absorbed Zionists
at the beginning of the cen-
tury.
Simcha Dinitz, chairman
of the World Zionist Organ-
ization, spoke of Soviet
aliyah, which he hoped
would reach the 1 million
mark by 1995.
For the first time since the
destruction of the Second
Temple in 70 C.E., Jews will
be a majority in the biblical
Land of Israel, Mr. Dinitz
said.
He expressed concern that

substantial numbers of
Soviet olim, unable to find
jobs, are leaving Israel. But
he said that is a phenom-
enon which accompanied
past waves of immigration.
"There is no cause for
alarm," Mr. Dinitz said, ad-
ding that Jews know life in
Israel is never easy.
Nevertheless, the WZO
leaders castigated Soviet
Jews who have sought haven
in Germany and urged the
German Jewish community
not to help them.
Knesset Speaker Dov
Shilansky also addresed the
gathering. He spoke of the
Zionist dream and of the
U.N. resolution branding
Zionism as racism, repealed
last week after 16 years.

Its passage in 1975 cast a
shadow on the world. By its
removal, the world cleansed
itself, Mr. Shilansky said.
The JNF celebration was
attended by delegations
from Europe, North and
South America, and
Australia. Among them
were Jews from Czechoslo-
vakia and Hungary.

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