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  • Actions Committee Meeting Opening in Basle

    A meeting of, the Council (Actions Committee) of the Zionist Organisation has been convened for Basle for June 29th., prior to the Seventeenth Zionist Congress. The London offices of the Zionist Organisation and the Jewish Agency will be officially moved on to Basle on the 24th. inst. for the duration of the Zionist Congress and… More ▸

  • Zionist Congress Elections: Preliminary Results on World List

    Up till now two seats each appear to be available for the General Zionists, the Mizrachi, Labour and the Revisionists, according to the data received from a number of countries concerning the surplus votes in those countries on the basis of which seats at the Congress are awarded under the World Election Lists, it is… More ▸

  • Agudath Israel in Control of Warsaw Jewish Community: Obtains Support of Folkists Artisans Hassidim

    The Agudath Israel has succeeded in obtaining control of the Warsaw Jewish Community, the largest Jewish Community in Europe, by consolidating against the Zionists all the smaller groups on the newly-elected Board of the Community, the non-Party Hassidim, the Folkists (Jewish People’s Party), the Jewish Artisans, and the Assimilationists. The Augdist leader in Poland, Mr…. More ▸

  • Soviet Officials Sent to Prison for Antisemitism

    D. J. Nabiev, a member of the Presidium of the Soviet of the town of Derbent, in Daghestan, who issued the order to carry out a search for illegally hoarded kerosene only in the Jewish quarter (reported in the J.T.A. Bulletin of the 15th. inst.), has been sentenced to three years’ imprisonment, with an additional… More ▸

  • Shechita Prohibition in Brunswick with Beginning of Next Month

    Shechita will be prohibited in the State of Brunswick, beginning on July 1st., according to a decision which has just been adopted by the Brunswick State Parliament. Not only cattle, but even poultry will not be allowed to be slaughtered according to the Jewish rites. With the collapse recently of the Hitlerist regime in Thuringia,… More ▸

  • Is Vienna University’s Recognition of Aryan Antisemitic Students Body Constitutional?: University Re

    The question whether the student rights conferred some time back by the Academic Senate of Vienna University on the Aryan race antisemitic Students’ Organisation, which does not admit Jewish students to membership, recognising it as the official representative students’ body, is in accordance with the Constitution of the country and the principle of equal rights… More ▸

  • International Administration of Mandates Through League of Nations Direct Without Intervention of Ma

    The approaching termination of the British Mandate for Iraq, with Britain recommending Iraq’s admission to membership of the League of Nations as an independent State, while retaining special British rights in Iraq through a British-Iraq Treaty, and the possibility of France adopting a similar course with regard to the French mandated territories of Syria and… More ▸