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country breakdown of current com-
pensation and restitution programs
and appropriate contact information.
Information on art and insurance
policies relating to the HOlocaust era
and the Swiss banks settlement is
included.
"This online publication will aid
Holocaust survivors and people work-
ing in agencies that assist survivors in
navigating the sometimes complex
process of applying for compensation
and restitution," said Gidecin Taylor,
executive vice president of the Claims
Conference.

Center Presses Pope
On Terrorism

Rome/JTA — The Simon Wiesenthal
Center wants Pope John Paul II to
declare suicide bombing a crime
against humanity.
A senior delegation from the center,
which is launching an international
campaign aimed at a declaration
against bombings, made its appeal
during a private Vatican audience
with the pope. The pope did not -
respond publicly.
The delegation also bestowed the
center's 2003 humanitarian award on
the pope, in recognition and gratitude
for his friendship with the Jewish peo-
ple.

Arrest In Turkey
Shul Bombings

Istanbul/JTA — Turkey arrested a
man believed to have given the orders
in one of the Turkish synagogue
bombings.
The suspect, whose name was not
released, is believed to be behind the
attack on the Beth Israel synagogue,
one of two deadly attacks on Nov. 15.
He was charged with treason, which is
punishable by life in prison.

`Iran 11'
Go Public

Teheren/JTA — The families of 11
missing Iranian Jews are publicizing
their plight and asking the United
Nations to help.
The Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organizations
and the Iranian American Jewish
Federation submitted a letter to the
U.N. secretary-general, asking him to

help discover the missing Jews' condi-
tion and whereabouts.
The Jews were arrested in the last
nine years after trying illegally to leave
Iran, which has strict emigration laws
for Jews. Until now, their families pre-
ferred backroom dealings.
Malcolm Hoenlein, executive vice
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents, said they decided to go
public because "there's been no move-
ment all these years, so they really
have nothing to lose."

`Protocols' Display
In Alexandria

Cairo/JTA — An Arabic translation
of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is
on display in Alexandria, Egypt.
The book on display in the
Alexandria Library, recently renovated
by UNESCO, is the first Arabic trans-
lation of the Protocols. The anti-
Semitic forgery purports to be a text
of how Jews want to rule the world. It
reportedly is displayed next to a
Torah.

London Shul
Is Vandalized

London/JTA — A London synagogue
had its windows broken in what
police are describing as a hate crime.
The Orthodox Edgware Synagogue
was attacked with bricks after congre-
gants left at the end of Shabbat.
It is the second time this year the
shul has been targeted.

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British Leader Raps -
Anti-Semitism

London/JTA — Britain's prime minis-
ter condemned anti-Semitism and
called on Muslim leaders to do the
same.
"We have just got to make it
absolutely clear there will be no toler-
ation" of attacks on synagogues, Tony
Blair said in his monthly news confer-
ence.
"We are proud in this country to
have a strong Jewish community, as
well as a strong Muslim community,
and I am quite sure that certainly all
the Muslim leaders I speak to con-
demn these attacks fiercely and
believe that they represent absolutely
nothing to do with the true spirit of
Islam."

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