W.j.c. Calls for Steps to Combat Anti-semitic in France, Germany

Resolutions calling for measures to combat anti-Semitic agitation in France and West Germany were adopted here last night at the concluding session of the annual conference of the French section of the World Jewish Congress. Another resolution appealed to the Rumanian government to “initiate again its humane action of permitting the emigration of Jews wishing to go to Israel to reunite with their families.”

At a closed session of the conference, it is understood, the delegates took note of “the encouraging progress” being made toward the formation of a world Jewish body, proposing that action toward this goal be “continued along the same lines” followed until now. At the same time, however, the closed meeting urged the strengthening of the World Jewish Congress.

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