Prague (Aug. 31)
The Eighteenth World Zionist Congress today disposed of one of the most vexing problems before it, when, in a stormy session, amid the loud protests of the Revisionists, the extreme right-wing Zionists, it adopted a resolution to send a commission to Palestine to investigate the alleged use of violence and terroristic methods by a certain Revisionist group.
The delegates’ benches and visitors’ sections were filled to overflowing and strong police detachments were markedly in evidence to maintain order when the World Zionist Organization Actions Committee, after three days of deliberation, presented its resolution, which was read to the house in three languages.
After the reading of the resolution, Dr. Leo Motzkin, president of the Congress, announced there would be no debate on it. Immediately, Vladimir Jabotinsky, leader of the Revisionists, leaped to his feet with a motion for debate with speeches limited to three minutes. He promised that the Revisionists would