Soviet Government Allows 300 Zionist Exiles to Leave for Palestine

(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The Soviet government has granted permission to three hundred Zionists, including members of the He’chaluz and the Zeire Zion, now exiles in Siberia and other regions, to leave for Palestine, according to a report received by the Warsaw Yiddish daily, “Hajnt.”

A condition, however, is attached to the permit. The newspaper understands that each person must pay $110 for his passport. The passport charges and the expenses of the journey for the group would amount to $75,000. The newspaper issued an appeal to the Zionist public to collect this sum. A public subscription has been opened by the paper.

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