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December 18, 1992 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-18

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Bonn (JTA) — Jewish
leaders have had a muted
reaction to an agreement
F--
- reached this week between
Germany's major political
parties to curtail the influx
, of refugees seeking asylum
here.
While they have not
opposed the agreement, they
> -generally prefer fighting the
current surge of attacks
> against foreigners by crack-
ing down on the right-wing
=, extremists responsible for
the violence and the desecra-
tion of Jewish memorials.
'D Ignaz Bubis, chairman of
[ the Jewish community, has
warned that a curb in im-
migration is not the answer
) to neutralizing right-wing
extremists who, he says, will
always find targets for their
1 hatred and violence.
Mr. Bubis has, however,
avoided criticism of the ac-
cord reached between the
government of Chancellor
Helmut Kohl and the main
opposition Social Democratic
Party. It will effectively pre-
vent more than 80 percent of
i _asylum-seekers from enter-
ing the country.
The community chairman
is himself a member of the
Free Democratic Party, a ju-
nior coalition partner that
backs the agreement to limit
immigration by constitu-
tional amendment.
The accord denies access at
the German borders to refu-
, gees arriving from countries
defined by the United
Nations as free from polit-
ical persecution.
That will automatically
exclude refugees from all of
Germany's neighbors —
Poland, Czechoslovakia,
Austria and Switzerland —
through which most refu-
gees travel to reach Ger-
many.
Politicians from all major
parties have been arguing
recently that while Ger-
.c> many should retain its con-
stitutional obligation to ac-
cept asylum-seekers, it
cannot afford to become a
haven for all refugees.
- They also have voiced the
I view that the government
L7 should give more considera-
tion to how the general
public feels about the in-
creasing influx of refugees.
Nearly half a million
asylum- seekers have
entered Germany this year
alone, most of them from
eastern or southern Europe.
Many Germans feel the
generous German asylum
policy has been misused by a
large number of refugees.

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