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H.Con.Res. 380 (ih) Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to the relationship between eating disorders in adolescents and young adults and certain practices of the advertising industry. [Introduced in House] ...
H. CON. RES. 37
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
March 24, 1999
Received and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations
Concerning anti-Semitic statements made by members of the Duma of the
Whereas the world has seen in the 20th century the disastrous results of ethnic,
religious, and racial intolerance;
Whereas the Government of the Russian Federation is on record, through
obligations freely accepted as a participating state of the Organization
on Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), as pledging to ``clearly
and equivocally condemn totalitarianism, racial and ethnic hatred, anti-
Semitism, xenophobia and discrimination against anyone * * *'';
Whereas at two public rallies in October 1998, Communist Party member of the
Duma, Albert Makashov, blamed ``the Yids'' for Russia's current
Whereas in November 1998, attempts by members of the Russian Duma to formally
censure Albert Makashov were blocked by members of the Communist Party;
Whereas in December 1998, the chairman of the Duma Security Committee and
Communist Party member, Viktor Ilyukhin, blamed President Yeltsin's
``Jewish entourage'' for alleged ``genocide against the Russian
Whereas in response to the public outcry over the above-noted anti-Semitic
statements, Communist Party chairman Gennadi Zyuganov claimed in
December 1998 that such statements were a result of ``confusion''
between Zionism and ``the Jewish question''; and
Whereas during the Soviet era, the Communist Party leadership regularly used
``anti-Zionist campaigns'' as an excuse to persecute and discriminate
against Jews in the Soviet Union: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring),
That the Congress--
(1) condemns anti-Semitic statements made by members of the
(2) commends actions taken by members of the Russian Duma
to condemn anti-Semitic statements made by Duma members;
(3) commends President Yeltsin and other members of the
Russian Government for condemning anti-Semitic statements made
by Duma members; and
(4) reiterates its firm belief that peace and justice
cannot be achieved as long as governments and legislatures
promote policies based upon anti-Semitism, racism, and
Passed the House of Representatives March 23, 1999.
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