Jews May Quit Yemen if They Leave 10% of Their Capital

A new decree of the Crown Prince of Yemen permits emigration of Jews from the country on condition they leave ten per cent of their wealth with the government, according to reports reaching here. Previously all emigration was prohibited.

The reports state that the Crown Prince, taking over the reins of government from his father, Imam Yehia, who resigned as a result of age and infirmity, has halted persecution of Jews.

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