Commission Anxious to Render Early Report

The problem of Jewish immigration and the continued extensive acquisition of the most fertile land by the Zionists are two points that, greatly impressed the Inquiry Commission, declares the Jerusalem correspondent of the London “Daily Mail.” He remarks that the Commission’s sittings had the’ effect of a safety valve and permitted the making of a full statement of the Arab case. Its value will be lost, it declares, if a decision is not taken quickly, something which is realized by the Commissioners as evinced by their anxiety to present their report as quickly as possible.

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