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July 30, 1993 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-30

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policy should be codified, so
there is "no doubt in the
future" about the scope of
the State Department pro-
' gram. "There should be no
confusion on this," he said.
Many members of Con-
gress have been concerned of
late not only about finding
terrorists once they commit
deadly acts, but also about
why the terrorists are allow-
ed to enter the country in the
first place.
After a series of terrorist
incidents including the
bombing of the World Trade
Center in New York and
, shootings near the Central
Intelligence Agency head-
) quarters in northern
Virginia earlier this year,
members of Congress and
administration officials are
in accord that the system by
which U.S. Embassy per-
sonnel screen visa ap-
• plicants needs to be changed.
' In hearings last week
before a House subcom-
mittee, State Department of-
ficials testified about anti-
quated equipment and le-

Members of
Congress and
administration
officals are in
accord that the
system needs to
be changed.

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nient procedures that enable
terrorists and those linked to
terrorism to enter the
United States.
There has been particular
concern about how Sheik
Omar Abdel Rahman, the
now-notorious blind Muslim
cleric tied to the suspects in
the World Trade Center
bombing and the plot to blow
up New York targets,
entered the country.
State Department Inspec-
tor General Sherman Funk,
who testified last week along
with Assistant Secretary of
State for Consular Affairs
Mary Ryan, said the
department was reviewing
its policies.
Rep. Charles Schumer,
D-N.Y., a member of the
House Foreign Affairs sub-
committee on international
security, which held the
hearings, said in a state-
ment that the department's
current policy of "not
automatically barring a
member of a terrorist group
is simply ludicrous." 0

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For years, this facility had served more
than 10,000 native people in Southeastern
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meet their primary medical, dental,
community outreach, substance abuse
prevention and other health needs.

Hardest hit by this loss — the very young,
and very old.

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