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Peace Talks Ended with Revisionists

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An announcement that there will be no further peace negotiations between the Zionist Executive and the Revisionists is made today in Haolam, the official organ of the Zionist Executive.

The paper dismisses the proposal made by certain Zionist groups that a round-table conference of representatives of all Zionist parties be convoked. Such a conference, Haolam says, would only lead to another opportunity for the Revisionists to assert their independence.


The startling announcement that the Zionist Executive intends to take further measures against the Revisionists in addition to the change in the text of the Shekel, which would not admit the Revisionists to the World Zionist Congress, is also made by Haolam.

“The change made in the text of the Shekel is not the last step for preserving the discipline in the Zionist Organization. The Executive will submit further proposals,” the article states.

Haolam points out that despite the breakdown in the peace negotiations between the Zionist Executive and the Revisionists, the three agreements already reached between the contending factions will remain in force. These agreements bar violence in the internal struggle, provide for coordination of labor employment in Palestine and prohibit campaigning by the Revisionists against the Keren Hayesod and the Jewish National Fund.

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