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November 26, 1993 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-26

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New York (JTA) — Cardinal
Jozef Glemp, head of
Poland's Catholic Church, is
again being sued for defama-
tion by Avi Weiss, a New
York activist rabbi.
Cardinal Glemp, on his
first trip back to the United
States since 1991, was
visiting Polish communities
in the Seattle area on Oct. 29
when he was served with
legal papers related to
Weiss' lawsuit.
Rabbi Weiss contends that
Glemp slandered him in a
1989 homily.
In that sermon, the Polish
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a group of Carmelite nuns
living in a convent at the
perimeter of the Auschwitz
death camp when Rabbi
Weiss and six followers
demonstrated there in July
1989.
The convent's presence at
Auschwitz, where an
estimated 1.6 million Jews
were slaughtered during the
Holocaust, was long the
source of tension in interna-
tional Catholic-Jewish rela-
tions.
After years of delicate
negotiations, a new convent
was built nearby, off the
death camp grounds, and the
nuns moved out last
summer.
The Auschwitz convent
imbroglio still awaits its
final conclusion, however.
The Carmelite convent's
mother superior subleased
the vacated building to a
third party, apparently con-
travening instructions from
the Polish Catholic Church.
The matter is working its
way through Polish courts.
Rabbi Weiss first sued

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