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Convention of Rabbinical Assembly Discusses Post-war Jewish Problems

Jews must be guaranteed an “official place at the peace table as a people,” the 43rd annual convention of the Rabbinical Assembly of America was told today by Rabbi David Aronson, who spoke on the “Post-War World and the Jew.” Declaring that the Jewish people will have a “less firm foundation than any other people upon which to build in Europe,” Rabbi Aronson stressed that “Palestine must become the Jewish Homeland where immigration will be regulated by the Jewish Agency.”

Discussing the forthcoming American Jewish Conference, Dr. Robert Gordis stated that it “was the last stand and final hope for the preservation of Jewish rights in the post-war world.”