London (Apr. 10)
The Foreign Office today denied a report from Cairo at the British Government has protested to Egypt against the political activities the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem.
A spokesman, however, did not exclude the possibility that British Ambassador ##r Ronald I. Campbell had made representations on his own initiative, and had not ?t informed London. The spokesman added that as far as he knew the Foreign Office ?s not contemplating any such step at present.
Harold Laski, in an address last night at the Histadruth “third Seder,” ##lled upon Great Britain to fulfill immediately the spirtit and letter of the ?lfour Declaration and the Mandate and not sometime in the future when “what is ?ft of European Jewry is regrouped into new concentration camp victims of the British Government.”
Warning Palestine terrorists that they have done immcasurable harm by living the British Government an “alibi,” Laski also criticized Foreign Minister ?evin’s policy, which “makes him an objective ally of the Grand Mufi.” He said the British Government should not fear the “myth” of a possible rebellion and ?ot allow a Jewish national home to become the victim of oil or fear of supposed ?ussian ambitions in the mid-East.
Laski also called Britain’s failure to carry cut the findings of the Anglo-American Palestine Commission an “outrageous blot on the record of the Labor Government.”