Warsaw (Aug. 25)
David Ben-Gurion, Zionist labor leader, must apologize to the Brith Hachail (militant Revisionist organization), for remarks derogatory to the organization made by him in an address before the Eighteenth World Zionist Congress at Prague, or a special committee will proceed to the Czechoslovakian capital to deal with him “in military fashion.”
Members of the organization, which includes a number of former officers in the Polish army in its ranks, decided on this course of action at a meeting at their headquarters here today during which they debated on a reply to Ben-Gurion’s demand that they be outlawed from the Zionist Organization. Exactly what form of action this “military fashion” would involve was not disclosed.
Ben-Gurion, in reviewing Laborite difficulties with the Revisionists (extreme right-wing Zionists) had excoriated the Brith Hachail and accused it of using terroristic methods and criminal practices.
The Central Committee of Zionist Revisionists, meeting today, decided to bring charges against Ben-Gurion in the Zionist court of honor in connection with other statements made by the Laborite in reference to Revisionist activities in Poland.