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HOSTILITY page 53

mittee in East European
countries, countries of the
former Soviet Union and in
the United States. The poll
in Germany showed that
German levels of anti-
Semitism and their attitudes
toward foreigners stood
roughly in the middle of
those surveyed from other
countries.
On some questions, such as
those dealing with knowl-
edge of the Holocaust, Ger-
mans ranked at the top.
Roughly 90 percent of
Germans answered several
questions about the Holo-
caust correctly. Asked what
the Holocaust refers to, 13
percent of the Germans
surveyed did not know, corn-
pared to 32 percent of
American respondents.
But Germans' attitudes
toward Jews in politics were
more disappointing.
Asked if they would ap-
prove of a party nominating
a Jew as its candidate for
president of Germany, 28
percent said no. A survey
conducted in the United
States showed that only 5
percent of Americans would
not vote for a Jew as presi-
dent.
But Jews fared better than
other minorities in the
survey of German attitudes.
While 22 percent of the re-
spondents said they would
prefer not to have a Jewish
neighbor, 68 percent said
they did not want Gypsy
neighbors and 47 percent did
not want to live near Arabs.
The survey of 1,434 adults
— 992 Germans from the
western portions of the coun-
try and 412 from the east —
was conducted by the Emnid
Institute, a major German
research institute, on behalf
of the AJCommittee. ❑

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Washington (JTA) — Syria
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countries not cooperating in
the fight against illicit
drugs, despite indications
last week to the contrary.
President Clinton decided
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cepting a recommendation.
by Secretary of State ,
Warren Christopher.
But Mr. Christopher is
said to have overruled lower-
level officials in the State
Department who sought to
reward Syria for its coopera-
tion in the Middle East
peace process.
A source at the State
Department would not
comment on whether there
was a difference of opinion
within the department. ❑

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