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August 19, 1994 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-19

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African Jewish leaders have ex-
pressed concern over a series of
anti-Semitic slogans used by
strikers in Cape Town during re-
cent widespread industrial un-
rest in the country.
Anti-Jewish sentiments crept
into country-wide labor strikes
when about 30 members of the
National Education, Health and
Allied Workers Union protested
outside the Israeli Embassy in
Cape Town, claiming they had
been dismissed in April from
their positions at the Highlands
House, a Jewish home for the
aged.
The protesters' placards read:
"Jews are union bashers," "Jews
dismiss innocent workers," "Jews
are oppressors," "Jews stop using
white police against workers" and
"Down with Jews."
A union shop steward called
for the reinstatement of 219 dis-
missed employees, and said that
the management of Highlands
House had refused to negotiate.
"It's not that we don't like
Jews, but they dismissed us.
Now the Jewish community
must come and tell us they are
against what Highlands House
is doing," said the steward, Wal-
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The workers' anti-Semitic
rhetoric became a focus of speech-
es made by Jewish leaders at the
43rd South African Zionist con-
ference, held in Johannesburg
over the weekend.
Abe Abrahamson, outgoing
chairman of the Zionist Federa-
tion, said "I feel that when a
(trade union) leader singles out
Jewish bosses this is not only
unseemly, disturbing and racist,
but it is undoubtedly anti-Se-
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