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November 18, 1994 - Image 183

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-18

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Swiss Approve
Anti-Racist Act

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Geneva (JTA) — After months of
anticipation, Swiss voters nar-
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or incite racial hatred.
Final results from the Sept. 25
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referendum indicated that 54.6
'Master
Mon.
- Fri. 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Sat. 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
percent of those voting approved
Or By Appointment
the legislation, while 45.4 percent
voted against it.
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eligible Swiss voters turned out
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vote.
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The law was based on a 1965 *
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U.N. resolution on racial dis- * NEW YEARS TRIPS - DEC. 30 - JAN. 1
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TEENS 13-17 YEARS
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crimination that has already
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been ratified by more than 130
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countries.
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discrimination and also makes it
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a crime to issue public denials of *
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the Holocaust. As a result, Holo- *
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groups will no longer be able to
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hold public meetings or distrib-
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STUDENTS 17 - 21 YEARS
ute their literature in Switzer-
land.

• Cycling and Touring Europe or the Pacific Coast.
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• Outdoor Adventures in Canadian Rockies or Europe.
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French neo-Nazis confronted by
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anti-racist laws in their own
Two internationally renowned artists combine
a) MARK SEGAL, Director 1
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country had traveled to Switzer-
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their talents for a pre Holiday showing with an
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land to promote their views.
Open House to meet the artists.
Claire Lucetta, secretary of the
Swiss League to Combat Racism
Sunday, November 20th -1 TO 6 PM. Refreshments.
and Racial Discrimination, said
Gallery Hours 10 to 4:30 - Monday thru Saturday
in an interview that the high
numbers of"no" votes had damp-
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interested in importing it to use
in Jordanian hotels," said Mr.
Verses.
"Everything that they saw,
they looked at from a business
point of view. They seemed to be
very experienced businessmen
who were looking for new oppor-
tunities in Israel."
At the same time, they were
clearly enjoying their first visit to
Israel. 'They seemed very relaxed
and at ease," said Mr. Verses.
"You didn't get the impression of
any tension, even though it was
the first time in their lives that
they had been to Israel."
Although it's an important
first, Mr. Verses is confident that
it's the start of something that
will soon be typical, not unusual.
"Now that we've had Jor-
danian businessmen staying at
the Tel Aviv hotels," he predicted.
"This is the concrete proof that
relations between Israel and
Jordan are beginning to be
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