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Rabbi Kook to Testify in Private; Counsel Present, Press Barred

It is stated here that Chief Rabbi Abraham Kook will give his evidence before the Inquiry Commission in the privacy of his own house in the presence of counsel for the Government. Jews and Arabs, and with the press barred.

In various circles here it had been reported that Rabbi Kook might testify publicly, and it was declared that Sir Boyd Merriman, chief of the Jewish counsel, had urged him to do so.