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November 06, 1992 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-06

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SINCE 1946

SINCE 1946

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French Jews Freed
From German Jail

Paris (JTA) — The three
French Jews who were ar-
rested and jailed in the
German city of Rostock last
week following a violent
demonstration were released
and returned to Paris.
The release of the three,
who were not identified,
followed interventions by
the European Jewish Con-
gress to the authorities in
Rostock as well as to the
German Embassy in Paris.
But Serge Cwajgenbaum,
EJC secretary-general, said
the three will probably have
to be tried by a French court.
The president of the EJC,
Jean Kahn, refusing to
either support or condemn
the group's actions in
Rostock, said that the idea of
having three young French
Jews imprisoned in Ger-
many was "unbearable."
The three were among a
group of 46 French Jews, led
by Nazi- hunter Serge
Klarsfeld and his wife,
Beate, who clashed with
police on Oct. 19 while pro-
testing Germany's failure to
stem right-wing violence
against foreigners, and its
intention to deport
Romanian Gypsies.
The group had included
former members of the

Resistance and deportees
among its ranks, but was
mainly composed of youths
belonging to the Betar
Zionist group. They became
involved in violent clashes
with the Rostock police.
The three arrested were
indicted for brutal assault on
police officers.
The Jewish group's actions
did not necessarily meet
with the approval of the
Jewish community. Jean
Pierre-Bloch, 87, the outgo-
ing president of the Interna-
tional League against
Racism and Anti-Semitism,
firmly condemned the expe-
dition to Rostock.

"The democratic leader-
ship of Rostock has nothing
to do with fascism. Violence
is something I have always
condemned. Clubs and
tear gas are not weapons to
be used in an ideological con-
frontation," he said, referr-
ing to the helmets and tear
gas the activists used in
their struggle against the
police.
Meanwhile, Mr. Bloch, a
veteran Jewish community
leader, has been replaced as
president of the Interna-
tional League by Pierre
Aidenbaum, 52.

Program Supports
Righteous Gentiles

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New York (JTA) — The Anti-
Defamation League has an-
nounced the creation of a
new program to honor and
help the now-elderly Euro-
peans who risked imprison-
ment and even death to res-
cue Jews during the Holo-
caust.
The Jewish Foundation for
Christian Rescuers/ADL has
established the Honor-a-
Rescuer Program to enable
synagogues, Jewish groups
and churches to help the
foundation provide monthly
grants and financial assis-
tance to more than 1,000
needy rescuers in 15 diff-
erent countries in North
America, Western and East-
ern. Etu-ope.
"They saved the -honor of
humanity during this dark
time and are owed the
deepest gratitude from us
all," said ADL national
chairman Melvin Salberg.
The new program was

kicked off with the Ameri-
can premier of A Day in Oc-
tober, a film about the rescue
of Danish Jews.
In Poland and the former
Soviet Union, where many
rescuers live, the aid will
help the needy among them
to meet rising costs for food,
rent and utilities, according
to the foundation.
For those rescuers who
emigrated to the United
States, contributions can be
used for much-needed home
care, health insurance
premiums or basic living
costs.
Organizations or in-
dividuals who participate in
the program are given the
name and address of a res-
cuer whom they can call,
write or visit.
For further information,
contact Diana Stein, associ-
ate director of the founda-
tion, at 212 490-2525, ext.
429.

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