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BOSTON (JTA) — Israeli lawmaker Avi
Dichter was heckled by protesters dur-
ing a speech at Brandeis University.
Students from the group Brandeis
Students for Justice in
Palestine stood up as
Dichter began speak-
ing last week during
a panel discussion
before an audience
of several hundred
students and called
him a war criminal in
Avi Dichter
English and Hebrew,
Haaretz reported. The
incident can be viewed on YouTube.
Dichter, a member of the Kadima
Party, served as director of the Shin
Bet security service during the second
Palestinian Intifada.
The students, including Jewish and
Palestinian students, chanted "Don't
worry, Avi Dichter; we'll see you at
the Hague:' referring to the site of the
International Criminal Court. They
accused him of committing war crimes
for ordering the 2002 assassination of a
Hamas terrorist; a bomb was dropped
on the terrorist's home, killing 15,
including nine children.
Dichter is visiting the United States
with five other Israeli lawmakers
from the Likud, Labor and Kadima
parties to study American Jewish life
as part of the inaugural Ruderman
Fellows Program.

Jews Want Iranian

Bank Shut Down
BERLIN (JTA) — A call by Germany's
top Jewish leader for the European
Iranian Bank of Commerce in Hamburg
to be shut down was echoed by the
German government.
Shortly after Dieter Graumann, head of
the Central Council of Jews in Germany,
made his statement to the Handelsblatt
online newspaper, the government of
Angela Merkel announced that no further
payments from India for Iranian crude
oil may go through the German banking
system.
"This bank should not be part of the
world of German banking — it should
be banned;' Graumann said.
Graumann's remarks followed revela-
tions that India, under pressure from
the United States to halt trade with Iran,
planned to deposit billions of dollars in
payments for Iranian crude oil in the
Bundesbank, Germany's Federal Bank.
The intention was for the bank to transfer
about $12 billion annually to Iran via the
Bank of Commerce in Hamburg.
Now Merkel says no further Indian oil
payments to Iran may be made through
Germany, the Handelsblatt reported.

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