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December 10, 1993 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-10

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not returned to surviving
owners or their relatives
between the Nazis' defeat in
1945 and the Communist
takeover in 1948.
Only a limited number of
individual cases are in-
volved, since most Jewish
estates expropriated by the
Nazis and taken over by the
state have no legal heirs who
survived the Holocaust.
Legislation on property
restitution is not very pop-
ular in this country, without
regard to the religion of the
property's original owner.
Discussions on the return
of Jewish property are com-
plicated by the fact that
these claims antedate the
statute of limitations of Feb.
25, 1948, the date of the
Communist takeover.
The reason the country
adhered to this deadline was
to exclude claims by the eth-
nic Germans of the
Sudetenland, whose proper-
ty was confiscated after the
Nazi defeat, when most of
them were expelled from
then Czechoslovakia.
Therefore, the "Jewish"
bill must present a strong
case for former Jewish prop-
erty appropriated by the
state after 1945.
The newly constituted
nation of Slovakia is ahead
of its former Czech half with
respect to the return of prop-
erty to Jewish communities.
Slovakia adopted a law
this past September for the
restitution of property to
Jewish communities. This
law, however, does not deal
with private property that
was confiscated from the
Jews by the fascist puppet
regime of Josef Tiso during
the war.

Israeli Airline
Finds New Skies

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
domestic airline announced
that it has already signed
agreements with agents in
Amman, Beirut and
Arkia offers local air ser-
vices within Israel and also
operates short-haul charter
flights to nearby Cyprus,
Greece and Turkey.
Arkia said it has
agreements to supply all
ground and refueling ar-
rangements and already has
drawn up plans for regular
services from Tel Aviv,
Jerusalem and other Israeli
cities to Amman and Aqaba
in Jordan, and Damascus
and Beirut.

The airline is also reported
to be negotiating with Pales-
tinian and French interests. ❑

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