Pessimistic about the present condition of the Jews throughout the world, Dr. Henry Sliosberg, recently a witness before the Berne court which adjudged “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion” a forgery, arrived here yesterday afternoon on the Berengaria.
Here for a three or four-week stay, the renowned 73-year old champion of Jewish rights, believes that the “present situation of the Jews of the world is very bad.”
“Anti-Semitism,” he told a reporter for the Jewish Daily Bulletin, “grows daily and the Jews are not organized to fight it.”
“I have,” he said, “long been an advocate of the creation of a world organization to fight anti-Semitism. The Jews, to my way of thinking, have not considered the problem seriously enough. It is a grave one and warrants real thought and action.”
Stating that Europe has “lost its morale as a result of the economic