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May 28, 1993 - Image 160

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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U.S., Russia
Denounce Article

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2 tablespoons FLEISCHMANN'S® Sweet Unsalted Margarine
2 large onions, chopped
5 large carrots, peeled and cut into 1-inch chunks or 1 pound
baby carrots
2 cups water
2 large potatoes
2 yams or sweet potatoes
113 cup honey
lh teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 /4 teaspoon ground black pepper
8 ounces pitted prunes, soaked in hot water for 30 minutes and
drained

In large heavy pot, over medium-high heat, brown turkey in marga-
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In same pot, cook onions in pan drippings until tender. Add turkey,
carrots and water; heat to a boil. Reduce heat to low. Cover; simmer
for 1 hour. Peel and cut potatoes and yams or sweet potatoes into
1-inch chunks. Add potatoes, yams or sweet potatoes, honey, cinna-
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Washington (JTA) — The
United States and Russia
have both denounced an an-
ti-Semitic article that ap-
peared in the Russian news-
paper Pravda earlier this
month.
The May 5 article included
allegations that Jews
engage in ritual murders, a
trumped-up charge that
often led to pogroms in
czarist Russia.
In addition, the article also
linked the murders of three
Russian Orthodox priests to
the long-standing efforts by
American members of the
Chabad Lubavitch move-
ment to gain the release of
their religious texts held at
the Lenin Library in
Moscow.
State Department
spokesman Richard
Boucher, briefing reporters
last week, called the article
"virulently anti- Semitic."
He said the United States
had spoken to the Russians
about the article on May 6
and 7, and that the United
States "firmly supported the
efforts of the Lubavitch
community to regain
custody of those books."
Mr. Boucher pointed out
that while Pravda is no
longer an official govern-
ment publication, it has
wide circulation, and "we
are therefore concerned that
articles such as this threaten
the spirit of religious
tolerance in Russia."
Both the U.S. government
and the National Conference
on Soviet Jewry were en-
couraged that the Russian
Foreign Ministry spoke out
May 14 against the Pravda
article.
Mr. Boucher quoted the
Russian statement as saying
the article was "destructive
in its manner, and facilitates
the inflammation of nation-
alist and religious dissen-
sion."
He said the statement
added that the Russian
government "takes all the
necessary measures for the
effective guarantee of the
rights of Russian citizens,
regardless of their nation-
ality or religion."
Mark Levin, executive di-
rector of the National Con-
ference, said that the state-
ment was a "positive step"
on the part of the Russian
government.
He said the Pravda article
represented the problems
associated with the com-
bination of anti-government
nationalists and Commu-
nists in Russia.

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