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Cuba Picks First Jew for Diplomatic Post

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The Cuban government today announced the appointment of Roberto Namer, a Sephardic Jew, as consul to Haifa, Palestine. Namer is the first Jew ever to be appointed by the Cuban government to a diplomatic post. His designation was recommended by most of the prominent political organizations, including the revolutionary parties backing the present regime.

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