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Palestine to Act on Arab Problem

who had ventured on property near Acre owned by M. Soskin, a Jewish land-owner, were sentenced to two months imprisonment.

Wandering Arab tribes have made it a practice to settle on land owned by Jews, put up their tents or huts and defy attempts to evict them, claiming squatters’ rights. Because of the possibilities of disorders resulting from this, the government has found it necessary to call a conference to study means of coping with the problem.