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March 04, 1994 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-04

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Mitchells To Lead
Romney Campaign

S

uzan Singer Mitchell and
her husband, Steve
Mitchell, two notable Re-
publicans from West
Bloomfield, are putting their
support behind U.S. Senate can-
didate Ronna Romney.
Each will campaign on the
professional staff of Ms. Rom-
ney, the former state Republi-
can chairwoman and radio talk
show host.
Ms. Singer Mitchell, 39, pres-
ident of Mitchell Research and
Communications, will act as
deputy campaign director and
finance director. Mr. Mitchell,
49, chairman of Mitchell Re-
search and Communications,
will serve as general consultant
and pollster to the campaign.
The Mitchells say they are
supporting Ms. Romney be-
cause they are impressed with
her position on Israel. ❑

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Assad Resumes Flow
Of Syrian Jewry

New York (JTA) — Virtually
all Syrian Jews who applied

for exit visas have received
them, according to reports
reaching U.S. Jewish
groups.
However, the president of
the Council for the Rescue of
Syrian Jews, Alice Harary,
said there are still five or six
members of the Jewish
community without a
desired visa in hand.
But, she said, "We are not
expecting a problem."
In recent weeks, she add-
ed, the process of granting
visas was slowed first by the
death of Syrian President
Hafez Assad's son Basil and
now by the Muslim holy
month of Ramadan.

After decades in which
travel was extremely limited
for the 3,500 Jews then liv-
ing in Syria, Assad an-
nounced a policy of free
travel in April 1992.
While more than 2,000
Jews left the country, most
moving to join Brooklyn's
large Syrian Jewish com-
munity, Assad sharply rein-
ed in the issuing of travel
permits beginning in Oc-
tober 1992.
Last December, Assad
promised U.S. Secretary of

State Warren Christopher
that he would grant the
permits by the end of the
month. While he failed to
meet that self-imposed
deadline, it seems as if offi-
cial American assurances

that Assad would deliver are
being borne out.
The issuing of visas,
however, has not yet
resulted in a renewed flow of
Syrian Jews.
"They're not leaving,"
said Seymour Reich, who
heads a task force on Syrian
Jewry for the Conference of
Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations.
One factor holding them
back is the need to pack and
to sell their property. The
unusually cold winter has
also delayed travel.
"I think before Pesach
we'll see a lot, and the rest
afterward," said Harary.
In fact, not all of the 1,000
remaining Jews plan on
leaving. Estimates of those
who plan to remain in Syria
range from a few dozen to a
few hundred.
Harary cautioned that
despite the apparent victory
of the quest for freedom for
Syrian Jews, "it ain't over
till it's over, until everyone
who wants to come is out."



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