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Jerusalem (JTA) — A controver-
sial plan for a housing develop-
ment in southeastern Jerusalem
was submitted to an Interior Min-
istry committee, the final step be-
fore construction of the project is
Peace Now called on the gov-
ernment not to approve the plan
— which calls for the building of
some 6,500 housing units — say-
ing that it was a politically fool-
Peace Now maintained that at
a least a third of the development
was to be built on land expropri-
ated from Palestinians. Housing
Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer
countered that the vast majority
of the land was Jewish-owned.
Berlin (JTA) — Leaders from
both the Jewish and Protestant
communities here have excori-
ated the efforts of ministers in
southwestern Germany to con-
vert Jewish immigrants from the
former Soviet Union.
"These people came as Jews
and when we lose them it is a
quantitative and qualitative loss
to our community," said Gerrad
Breibart, a member of the ad-
ministrative council of Ger-
many's Jewish community and
vice chairman of the Central
Council of Jews in Germany.
Mr. Breibart did not have an
exact number of how many Jews
from the former Soviet Union
have been converted to Protes-
tant Christianity, but said the
push for conversions had been
occurring for about two years.
In a statement, the Central
Council and Protestant repre-
sentatives condemned the fi-
nancial exploitation of Jewish
Former Soviet Jews have been
enticed to convert with promis-
es of financial help, Mr. Breibart
The statement came after Mr.
Breibart and Joel Berger, a rab-
bi in the southwestern region,
met with senior Protestant lead-
The church also agreed that
when Jewish families come into
contact with Protestant minis-
ters, they will be referred to the
nearest Jewish community.
Church leaders support the
Jewish community's concerns
and oppose these missionary ef-
forts, Mr. Breibart said.
"But some churches see their
mission as conversion," Mr.
Breibart said in an interview. He
added that the problem was
most severe near Stuttgart, in
the southwestern German state