the greatest endurance, consistency and determination. The Revisionists on the one hand, and the Mizrachi, under their official leadership, have attempted to break the united front. The Revisionists attempted to use the red scare, but to no avail. The same with the Mizrachi, who cannot disabuse themselves of their jealousy of the Agudah and of their desire to be the “only son,” not only of the Zionist Organization but of all Jewry as well. More than one sacrifice has been made to strengthen the Mizrachi, but it was impossible, of course, to make the sacrifice of creating a homogenous front in the Jerusalem elections, which made it possible to elect six representatives.
The Jewish representatives in the Jerusalem municipal council are faced with a long and difficult struggle. Let us hope that it will be conducted with unity, as heretofore.