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Exodus Refugees Demonstrate Against British Ultimatum That They Go to France

The Exodus refugees residing in both the Poppendorf and Am Stau camps, near here, today demonstrated for a second time against the British ultimatum of yesterday that they agree to be transferred to France or suffer a cut in rations.

At the Am Stau camp the Jews tore down a large tent erected to house personnel to register volunteers for France. They tossed the tent over the barbed wire fence surrounding the camp. At the Poppenderf camp, men, women and children marched in a huge parade, carrying banners, demanding the opening of the gates of Palestine.

After the parade, the Jews attended a meeting at which their leaders explained in detail the reasons for not accepting the offer, at the same time thanking the French Government for its hospitality. They stressed that the only solution was an offer of Palestine immigration certificates.

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