Another Bomb Explodes in Printing Plant of Yiddish Publication in Tel Aviv

Another bomb was thrown into the printing plant of the Yiddish weekly “Naje Welt” in Ramath Gan, near Tel Aviv, last night, demolishing a linotype machine and causing other damage.

This is the second time within two weeks that the printing plant has been bombed by extremists who are determined to halt the publication of any newspaper in Palestine in the Yiddish language. The Jewish National Council of Palestine as well as the Histadruth have published statements strongly condemning the use of such methods in the fight against the non-Hebrew Jewish press. Protests have also been received here from Jewish groups in the United States but they seem to have no effect on the extremists who insist that every publication in Palestine must appear in the Hebrew language.

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