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November 06, 1992 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-06

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Fri.
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Sat.
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Moscow (JTA) — The
Chechen republic in the nor-
thern Caucasus region of
Russia has become the first
largely Muslim territory in
the former Soviet Union to
move toward imposing
Islamic law, according to a
human rights-oriented
weekly here.
The impending change in
government practices has
instilled particular concern
among the estimated 2,000
Jews who live in Chechenya,
as it is called in Russian, the
majority of them in the capi-
tal, Grozny.
A draft law, published Oct.
6 in the semi-official
publication Golos Chechen-
skoi Respubliki (Voice of the
Chechen Republic),
prescribes amputation of the
hand as the penalty for theft,
among other punishments
based on Sharia, or Islamic
law. Rape or murder may be
punished by death, accor-
ding to the law.
Chechenya, which is
located inside the Russian

Federation, declared its in-
dependence from Moscow
last year under the leader-
ship of former Soviet air
force Gen. Dzhokar
Dudayev, an ethnic Chechen
who sports a pencil-thin
moustache and is partial to
wearing bowler hats.
The government of Rus-
sian President Boris Yeltsin
has so far largely ignored
the independence claims of
Chechenya, but this week
began moving troops into
neighboring North Ossetia
in response to ethnic
fighting between Ossetians
and Ingushis, part of the
patchwork of peoples that
inhabit the rugged northern
Caucasus.
News reports said that
Moscow had sent 3,000
police commandos to North
Ossetia. Dozens of people
were killed in the
internecine fighting, the
reports said. The latest
violence erupted there last
Friday, near the regional
capital of Vladikavkaz.

German Official
Resigns Post

Berlin (JTA) — An official
of the German city of
Rostock has stepped down
from his position after being
assailed for anti-Semitic
comments he directed at the
head of Germany's Jewish
community.
Karl-Heinz Schmidt, the
chairman of the Committee
for Internal Affairs of
Rostock's City Council, re-
signed after a row erupted
over his insinuation that the
German Jewish leader, Ig-
naz Bubis, pays allegiance to
Israel rather than Germany.
Earlier in the day at a
news conference, Mr.
Schmidt demanded that Mr.
Bubis publicly take a stand
on the "Israeli terror against
the Arabs."
Mr. Schmidt, a member of
the ruling Christian
Democrats, told Mr. Bubis,
"You are, after all, a Ger-
man Jew, and your
homeland is Israel."
Mr. Bubis shot back angri-
ly, "Such political behavior
as painting Jews as
strangers lays the
cornerstone for the attacks
of the right-wing extremists.
My home is in Frankfurt and

Judaism is no nationality."
He added: "The fact that
Germany's Jewish corminm-
ity no longer exists is linked
to questions like that."
The exchange was par-
ticularly notable in that the
northern German port city of
Rostock has been the site of
particularly venomous at-
tacks on foreigners.
The Social Democratic
mayor of Rostock, Klaus
Kilimann, one of the first to
demand Mr. Schmidt's res-
ignation, apologized for
what he called Mr.
Schmidt's "provocation." He
expressed the wish that a
Jewish community would
grow in Rostock.
In the evening, the Chris-
tian Democrats were called
to an emergency meeting,
after which Mr. Schmidt re-
signed both from the party 11
and the City Council.

In 1922 a joint resolution
was unanimously adopted by
both Houses of Congress and
signed by President Warren
G. Harding, favoring the es-
tablishment of a Jewish Na-
tional Homeland in
Palestine.

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