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October 04, 2002 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-04

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sought international cooperation; it
sought nonmilitary means to avoid a
crisis; it sought international backing
for any attack; and it received con-
gressional authorization before using
force.
The executive committee of the
American Jewish Congress also voted
to back military action against Iraq.
In contrast, the Jewish Council for
Public Affairs, the umbrella organiza-
tion for federations' community rela-
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Washington/JTA — A U.S. judge
ordered that payments from a $1.25
billion Swiss ban _ k settlement to Nazi
victims be sped up and in some cases
increased.
The Sept. 25 court order also
approved a 45 percent increase in
payments from the fund to Nazi-era
slave laborers and to Jewish refugees
turned back from neutral Switzerland
or mistreated by the Swiss after they
were admitted.
Judah Gribetz, a court official
supervising the payments to
Holocaust victims, told Judge Edward
Korman that the settlement fund
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than $100 million in interest and
because of tax relief granted by the
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New York/JTA — National Public
Radio began airing a seven-part series
on the history of the Arab-Israeli
conflict Sept. 30.
The series, which begins with the
history of the Zionist movement,
ends with the collapse of the Oslo
peace process and the current intifada
(uprising).
Some critics in the Jewish commu-
nity have blasted NPR for what they
charge is a longtime pro-Palestinian
tilt in its Mideast coverage, especially
during the 2-year-old Palestinian
uprising. NPR also got hit with a
boycott campaign earlier this year.

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