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November 05, 1993 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-05

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was stopped "due to hefty
criticism from within the
center."
But he also acknowledged
that the main criticisms
from the center's vice presi-
dent, Wolfgang Arnold, were
not made public until after
Ms. Shomrat's worries were
known.
He said the distribution
has been stopped only tem-
porarily, and a group of poli-
ticians is to review the pro-
ject in November. Objec-
tionable parts could be
removed or altered and the
book could be sent out again,
he said.
Jurgen Wilke, a member of
an independent committee of
experts that assisted the
center in the project, said he
and others had difficulty
with the project's title:
Tyranny and Democracy.
Solveig Weber, a spokes-
woman for the Reading
Foundation, said democracy
was included in the title
since the book and the learn-
ing material are designed to
promote democracy. But she
said the title could be chang-
ed.
The book has its sup-
porters.
Chancellor Helmut Kohl
and German President
Richard von Weizsacker
both have written letters of
praise to Friedemann
Bediu-ftig, the comic book's
author. Nazi-hunter Simon
Wiesenthal has also come
out in support of the effort.
Ms. Shomrat, of the Israeli
Embassy, said she didn't
want to contradict these
views, but wanted to make
her concerns known.
Mr. Bedurftig defended his
book, in part, by saying that
with the rise of neo-Nazism
in Germany, more knowl-
edge is better than less.

Cargill Pays
Boycott Fine

Washington (JTA) — A large
grain exporter has agreed to
pay $85,500 in civil
penalties to the Commerce
Department amid allega-
tions that it complied with
the Arab economic boycott of
Israel.
Cargill, Inc., a Min-
neapolis-based_ exporter of
grain and other agricultural
commodities, and two of its
subsidiaries in Antigua and
Brazil were charged with 52
alleged violations of the an-
ti-boycott provisions of the
Export Administration Act.
Cargill agreed to pay the
fine but neither admitted
nor denied the charges.
The charges included fail-
ing to report two requests. ❑

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