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July 22, 1994 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-22

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Hanukah & Christmas
in July Sale

20% Off

Practically Everything
Storewide

Ends July 30, 1994

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• Dolls • Trains • Dollhouses & Miniatures •
• Brio • Playmobile • Breyer Horses • Games & Puzzles •
• Telescopes • Science Projects • Erector Sets •
Soldiers & Castles • Infant & Preschool • Puppets •
• Arts & Crafts • Plush Animals • Summertime
Activities • Party Favors & More!

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PLAN AHEAD FOR THE HOLIDAYS!

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Berkley

(conveniently located
near 1-696)

Toy SHOP

543-3115

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Mon.-Sat.: 10-5:30
Fri.: 10-8

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Thank You Kurds!

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Neo-Nazi Aim:
To Torch Cinemas

Moscow (JTA) Security forces
here recently arrested members
of a gang of Russian neo-Nazis
who aimed to bum down Moscow
cinemas screening Schindler's
List, the Oscar-winning film
about a German Nazi industri-
alist who saved 1,100 Jews dur-
ing the Holocaust.
The gang, which called itself
Werewolf, also planned a terror
campaign against "those belong-
ing to other ideologies — democ-
rats, Communists and Jews,"
according to a document seized
by the Russian Federal Coun-
terintelligence Service.
Alexander Zdanovich, a
spokesman for the counterintel-
ligence service, said security
agents confiscated a large num-
ber of arms from the commercial
firm where the gang secretly op-
erated.
He added that the gang's
leader, who oversaw security for
the firm, had an office decorat-
ed with portraits of Adolf Hitler,
Nazi emblems and swastikas.
Werewolf was the code name
for a secret Nazi operation to help
top officers go underground at the
end of World War II.



Liam Neeson as Oskar Schindler

Schindler's List was meant to
open in Russia last month with
a personal visit from producer/di-
rector Steven Spielberg.
However, the premiere was
postponed when Mr. Spielberg
canceled his visit because of oth-
er work commitments.
The organizers say they now
hope the film will premiere in
September.

Warnings Issued
About Right-Wingers

Rome (JTA) — Calling for vigi-
lance against right-wing ex-
tremism and neo-fascism in Italy,
officials of the Italian Jewish com-
munity say international Jewish
organizations should bear in
mind local Jewish opinion before
meeting with right-wing Italian
politicians.
The call came in a two-page
resolution passed unanimously
by the Congress of the Union of
Jewish Communities in Italy, the
official policy-making body rep-
resenting Italy's 35,000 Jews.
The resolution called for vigi-
lance to insure that "there not be
any compromise or yielding of the
values of democracy, pluralism
and freedom that are at the ba-
sis of our civilization."
"We want (international Jew-
ish organizations) to consult us
and to see things in context," Tul-
lia Zevi, president of the union,
said in an interview.
"They must not allow them
selves to be used as propaganda
platforms," she said. 'They must
realize that whatever contact
they have will be thoroughly uti-
lized (by the far right) as a full en-
dorsement of their ideology and
policy."

The resolution was passed in
the wake of recent electoral suc-
cesses by the neo-fascist-led Na-
tional Alliance and the inclusion
of five National Alliance minis-
ters in Prime Minister Silvio
Berlusconi's 25-member cabinet.
Following the general election
at the end of March, Italy was
swept by public debate over the
role of fascism in the country's
history and its legacy for the pre-
sent.
Congress delegates expressed
concern that Gianfranco Fini,
leader of the National Alliance,
was invited to a Fourth of July
celebration held at.the U.S. am-
bassador's residence.
It marked the first time that a
leader of the Italian Social Move-
ment — which forms the neo-fas-
cist core of the National Alliance
— was invited to the celebration.
mr. Fini is planning a trip to
the United States later this year,
and delegates expressed concern
that he might meet with Jewish
groups in the United States and
use such meetings to legitimize
his position.
The three-day congress was
given wide coverage in the Ital-
ian media.

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