Technical Crime Closes Door of Palestine to Persian Jew

Solomon Ben-Amram, an American citizen who emigrated from Persia a little over ten years ago, after a brief business sojourn in Palestine, has been deported from the Holy Land on account of a technicality in international law.

During his residence in the United States, Mr. Ben-Amram succeeded in establishing a prosperous jewelry business. He saved enough to invest £500 in Palestine. The investment yielded returns amounting to £50 annually.

A few months ago, Mr. Ben-Amram returned to Palestine from Syria on a transit visa, and found employment as a goldsmith.

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