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Jewish Work in Palestine Seen Periled by Lack Amity with Arabs

UNLESS AN ARAB-JEWISH UNDERSTANDING CAN BE REACHED SPEEDILY “THE HEROIC SACRIFICES, THE BLOOD AND TREASURE, THE HOPES AND VISIONS THAT HAVE BEEN LAVISHED ON PALESTINE MAY END IN A WAY THAT ONE SHUDDERS TO CONTEMPLATE,” ACCORDING TO RABBI IRVING R. REICHERT, OF TEMPLE EMANUEL, SAN FRANCISCO, WHO RETURNED LAST WEEK FROM A THREE-MONTH TOUR OF THE NEAR EAST AND EUROPE.

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