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  • Gates from Nine Countries to Study Ways of Combatting European Anti-semitism

    An attempt to formulate a “cure for anti-Semitism” will be made at the Conference of International Experts on the Resurgence of Anti-(##)tism in Europe, scheduled to be held in Switzerland from July 30th to Aug. 5th, (##)ording to Dr. Everett Clinchy, president of the National Conference of Christians (##) Jews in the United States. Describing… More ▸

  • Eden Considering Law Which Could Curb Anti-semitism, Justice Minister Says

    The Minister of Justice today told the Swedish Parliament that the government is considering a law which would be applicable to Anti-Semitic propaganda. The government will not propose that Parliament pass a special law against (##)oup hatred, he said, adding that “you have to fight anti-Semitism chiefly by the (##)e of widespread, serious information.” More ▸

  • Rning Letters Signed by “defenders of Arab Freedom” Sent to Italian Jews

    Threatening letters signed by the “Defenders of Arab freedom” have been received by the Union of Italian Jewish Communities, the Zionist federation and the Palestine Office of Charitable Institutions and by the heads of (##)nese organizations, it was disclosed here. Apparently referring to the sinking of the Vrissi in Genoa harbor last Friday, the mimeographed… More ▸

  • to Aid Communities Planning Permanent Uso-type Services for Armed Forces

    When the USO is formally liquidated on December (##), 1947, communities planning to provide a permanent, peace-time, inter-faith and ?ter-racial community-wide service program for the armed forces and hospitalized (##)terans like those developed by USO during the war years will have at their dis(##)sal the manpower, resources and experiences of the National Jewish Welfare Board,… More ▸

  • A. Correspondent Still Barred from Lebanon, Although Govt. Lifts Ban on Others

    All newspaper correspondents, foreign, Jewish and Jewish–with the single exception of Gerold Frank of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency today were granted Lebanese visas to cover the United Nations Special Committee Palestine which moves to Beirut Sunday. Granting of visas by Lebanon to French, South African and Palestine correspondents, and those already given to United States… More ▸

  • Mizrachi to Meet in Switzerland to Discuss Revision of Organizational Structure

    At the request of the American Mizrachi movement, a special consultative conference of the General Mizrachi movement has been called for August (##) in Zurich, Switzerland, to formulate proposals for the creation of a new international organizational structure, it was announced today by Leon Gellman, national president of the Mizrachi Organization of America. The conference… More ▸

  • Unscop Secretariat Instructed by U.N. to Protest Refusal to Admit Frank

    United Nations officials said today that further instructions were being sent to the UNSCOP secretariat in Jerusalem in connection with the Lebanese discrimination against Gerold Frank, special correspondent of (##) Jewish Telegraphic Agency, in the granting of a visa to accompany the inquiry (##) mission to Palestine. The United Nations is taking the position that… More ▸

  • Jews Transferred to Deportation Vessels in Haifa Port As U.N. Probers Watch

    Forty-five hundred visaless Jewish immigrants, the (##)st single group to attempt to run the British blockade on one ship, were today (##)shipped to deportation vessels in the harbor here under the eyes of U.N. inquiry Committee chairman Emil Sandstroem and Yugoslav alternate delegate Vladimir Simitch. During a battle when the refugees’ vessel, “Exodus 1947” was… More ▸

  • Ston Leader Says Refugees on Cyprus Kept Alive by U.S. Jews Through U.J.A.

    Fred Monosson, prominent Boston Jewish leader and chairman of the national rainwear division of the United Jewish Appeal, reported (##)re upon his return from Cyprus that the 16,000 Jewish refugees detained on that (##)land are alive and healthy today because of the U.J.A. One of the few American Jewish leaders permitted to visit the Mediterranean… More ▸