GENEVA (Nov. 28)
An International Red Cross delegate flew to Cairo today in an emergency move by the world organization to help Jews in Egypt threatened with expulsion or imprisonment, it was announced here today.
The Red Cross, it was also revealed, will ask the Egyptian Government for lists of the Jews ordered expelled or imprisoned and will ask the right to visit them in order to insure that they receive he mane treatment in prison or while awaiting deportation. The representative who departed today is Max Huber and he will join David de Troz, who is already on the scene.
Meanwhile, the World Jewish Congress has approached Red Cross headquarters here to seek immediate relief for several thousand Jews already pauperized by Nasser’s anti-Jewish measures. These Jews, in Cairo and Alexandria, have been deprived of businesses and other ways of earning a living and cannot even obtain relief funds because the assets of Jewish welfare agencies have been seized.