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JUST what the world was wait­ing for: the first Jewish tar­tan. That’s the ma­jor new cam­paign from the Jewish Tele­graph, whose read­ers are im­plored to choose their favourite from three de­signs pre­pared by High­land-wear spe­cial­ists Slanj of Glas­gow. It also has plans for a kilt pin com­bin­ing a Star of David and a this­tle.

Mean­while, Aus­tralia could have its first ex­tra­di­tion of a sus­pected Nazi war crim­i­nal af­ter the coun­try’s High Court re­jected the ap­peal of sus­pect Charles Zen­tai. The 86-year-old for­mer Hun­gar­ian war­rant of­fi­cer is ac­cused of beat­ing 18-year-old Peter Balazs to death in 1944. He has been fight­ing ex­tra­di­tion to Bu­dapest for al­most three years, but the Aus­tralian Jewish News re­ports a High Court rul­ing 6-1 that Perth Mag­is­trates Court should con­sider it.

For­ward in Amer­ica makes clear its views on the ar­rest of sus­pected Is­rael spy Ben-Ami Kadish. The for­mer US Army en­gi­neer re­port­edly con­fessed to pass­ing be­tween 50 and 100 doc­u­ments from his of­fice li­brary to the Is­raeli con­sulate in New York be­tween 1979 and 1985. “Amer­i­cans slept safer in their beds last week af­ter the FBI, in a dar­ing raid on a New Jer­sey old-age home, nabbed an 84-year-old re­tiree ac­cused of hav­ing spied for Is­rael a quar­ter-cen­tury ago,” de­clares a sar­cas­tic For­ward edi­to­rial: “Kadish faces pos­si­ble life in prison, per­haps even the death penalty, if he lives that long. Not to men­tion any over­due li­brary fines.”

A matzah short­age hit Cal­i­for­ni­ans this Pe­sach, re­ports the Jewish Jour­nal of Los An­ge­les. “In all my years, I have never seen a gro­cery store com­pletely out of matzah,” kvetched one Val­ley Vil­lage res­i­dent.

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