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Argentina / Anti-Semitism #279188

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 30, 1981
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(Studio) Controversy over Jacobo Timerman's memoirs, "Prisoner without a Name", "Cell without a Number", recalled; his arrest, imprisonment and alleged torture in Argentina jail noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Buenos Aires, Argentina) Anti-Semitism here examined; films shown. Adolf Eichmann and other Nazi war criminals recalled taking refuge here following World War II. [TIMERMAN - explains difference between anti-Semitism in Argentina and elsewhere.] [For. minister Oscar CAMILION - refutes Timerman's accusations.] Specific anti-Semitic acts, with support of mil., outlined. [Rabbi Marshall MEYER - doesn't think government has worked to stop anti-Semitism.] [TIMERMAN - condemns silence of Argentina Jews.] Response of Jewish leaders here to Timerman's claims noted. [Hebraica Society spokesperson Alberto SENDEREY, professor Laiser MADANES - comment on situation here, Timerman's book.] [CAMILION - comments.] [MEYER - thinks Jews should be on alert.] Future course of events conjectured.
REPORTER: Charles Kraus

Dean, Morton;
Kraus, Charles

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