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Dajani, Imprisoned Arab Leader, Wins Habeas Corpus

The Supreme Court today issued a habeas corpus demanding that the authorities submit reasons why Hassan Sidki el Dajani, Arab leader, should not be released from the Government concentration camp at Sarafand.

The proceeding is expected to be a test case for all the Arab leaders held in the camp.

Troops guarding the streets of the predominantly Arab city of Jaffa were ordered not to purchase drinks or food in Arab stores to avoid possible poisoning.

Three Arabs of the village of Rehaina were arrested in connection with the murder of two Jewish special guards at Yokneam yesterday. A rifle of German make was found in the home of one of the suspects.

Arabs ambushed a party of Jewish laborers on their way to work early this morning, wounding two persons, one of them seriously.

Mendel Baranovsky, 36, a special guard acting as convoy to the laborers, was in a serious condition at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem following the ambuscade.

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