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September 01, 1995 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-01

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Court Upholds
Extradition

Copenhagen (JTA) — The Dan-
ish Supreme Court upheld a Ger-
man extradition request for
American neo-Nazi Gary Lauck.
In Germany, Lauck, 41, faces
charges of incitement, encourag-
ing racial hatred, distributing il-
legal propaganda and Nazi
symbols, and belonging to a crim-
inal group.
He has been a major supplier
of anti-Semitic propaganda in
Germany.
The Aug. 24 ruling upheld two
lower court decisions ordering the
extradition.
As Mr. Lauck left the Danish
high court to return to jail, he
said,"This is a Jewish state."
The Anti-Defamation League,
who has dubbed Mr. Lauck "the
Farm-Belt Fuhrer," praised the
ruling.
"We commend the Danish gov-
ernment for its pursuit of Lauck's
extradition and for defending its
decision through the appeal
process," said David Strassler,
ADL national chairman, and

Abraham Foxman, ADL nation-
al director.
Mr. Lauck, a native of Lincoln,
Neb., was arrested in March by
Danish authorities outside
Copenhagen on a warrant from

He has been a major
supplier of anti-
Semitic propaganda.

the prosecutor of Hamburg, Ger-
many.
Mr. Lauck is accused of smug-
gling banned neo-Nazi literature
into Germany for more than two
decades, to be copied and dis-
tributed among neo-Nazi groups.
He is the head of the National
Socialist German Workers' Par-
ty-Foreign Organization, a name
derived from the official title of
Adolf Hitler's party. Lauck has
said his group is heir to the Nazi
party and that Hitler was "too hu-
mane. ),

Romanian Jews
Have New Leader

New York (JTA) --- The new
leader of Romania's Jewish com-
munity has officially taken office.
Rabbi Yehezkel Mark, 67, who
was elected to the position May
28, succeeds the late Chief Rab-
bi Moses Rosen.
Rabbi Mark comes to the po-
sition as Romania still tolerates
anti- Semitism in politics and the
media. Also, the return of Jew-
ishproperty seized by the Com-
munists remains an unresolved
problem.
Some 15,000 Jews, many of
whom are elderly, now live in Ro-
mania.
Rabbi Mark will not formally
have the title of chief rabbi,
though his jurisdiction includes
all the country's Jewish congre-
gations. A new chief rabbi is ex-
pected to be elected by the end of
the year. Rabbi Mark will likely
be one of the nominees.
Unlike Rabbi Rosen, Rabbi
Mark will not be president of the
country's Jewish federation, a
function now held by a layman,
Nicolae Cajal.
Rabbi Mark, who was born in
Bascesti-Roman, Romania, left
in 1946 for Israel, where he
fought in the 1948 War of inde-
pendence. He led a South African
congregation between 1970 and
1972.
Rabbi Rosen, who died at 81
last year, enabled nearly the en-

tire postwar Jewish community
of Romania, about 400,000 peo-
ple, to emigrate to Israel, a
unique exodus in Communist
Eastern Europe.

A New Unit
Sniffs Out Terror

Jerusalem (JTA) -- Israeli police
have added a new terror-fighting
unit to their ranks — 15 bomb-
sniffing dogs who will go to work
to find explosives in public places.
The decision to establish a ca-
nine unit came in the wake of a
recent wave of suicide bomb at-
tacks launched inside Israel by
militant Islamic groups opposed
to the peace process.
The dogs took up their duties
at Jerusalem's mall, at the
Machaneh Yehuda market and
at the central bus station.
The dogs are due to begin work
in Tel Aviv son. They will later
be stationed at other sites across
the country.
The dogs and their handlers
were trained in Virginia.
Israeli police officials chose
Labrador retrievers for the bomb-
sniffing detail because of their
nonthreatening presence and
their ability to work in crowds
of people, Israel Television re-
ported.

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