Congress Court Rules Suspension of Revisionists As Separate Union

head of the Organization Department; Dr. Lauterbach, secretary of the Department, and their counsel, Ababt, who presented detailed charges against the Revisionists.

Reserved tickets were issued to the public, but members of the Bri## Trumpeldor, Revisionist sport organization, stormed the hall and occupied the majority of the seats. They sat quietly throughout the trial but created an uproar when the verdict was announced.

Dr. Soskin, the accused Revisionist leader, is an outstanding colonization expert. He is known as the author of the Soskin plan for intensive colonization and has had experience with African colonization in the service of the German government before the war.

He was elected a member of the Revisionist Executive Committee and vice-president of the Revisionist Union at the last Revisionist world conference held in Vienna last August.

The question of the right of the Revisionists to conduct separate political work was one of the most important items on the agenda of the recent meeting of the Actions Committee in London, when the Actions Committee acceded to the Revisionist application for recognition as a Separate Union. This new form of organization was made necessary for the Revisionists owing to the change in the constitution of the Revisionist Union adopted at the conference. This change opened Revisionist membership to Jews who did not adhere to the Zionist organization, so that there were henceforth two classes of Revisionists, those who accepted membership in the Zionist Organization and those who did not. It is the Revisionists who adhered to the Zionist Organization who organized themselves in the separate union which is affected by the decision of the Congress Court.

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