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December 01, 1995 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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Foltin, legislative director for the
American Jewish Committee
"There are real problems with il-
legal immigration that need to be
addressed, although we disagree
with the approach Congress
seems to be taking. This bill, ad-
dressing legal immigration, sends
the inappropriate message that
legal immigrants are part of the
problem — which is simply not
true."

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King Sued by
Nation of Islam

Last week, Rep. Peter King, R-
N.Y., reacted with pleasure to
news that a controversial contract
between the Baltimore Housing
Authority and a security firm as-
sociated with Minister Louis Far-
rakhan's Nation of Islam (NOI)
was being canceled by the De-
partment of Housing and Urban
Development. King had been the
most outspoken congressional
critic of the contracts and of HUD
secretary Henry Cisneros.
Late last week, the legislator
was named in a NOI lawsuit
against the federal government.
The action, filed in Federal Dis-
trict Court in Baltimore, alleges
King was part of a conspiracy
with B'nai B'rith, the Anti-
Defamation League and the
American Jewish Congress —
groups that had pressed hard for
an investigation into the hiring
practices of the NOI firms and
the question of whether the se-
curity guards were using their
positions in some of the city's
worst public housing projects to
seek converts.
"I am proud of the role I played
along with the other groups men-
tioned in the NOI lawsuit," Mr.
King said. "We have a right and
a duty to petition the federal gov-
ernment to address our Gradison
with its policies. Americans call
it democracy; paranoids and
racists call it conspiracy." ❑

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