LONDON (Nov. 25)
The organization of the British Aliyah Movement and its governing principles were established here today at the closing session of a conference devoted to aliyah — immigration to Israel – from Britain. The movement was established in compliance with resolutions adopted at the 27th World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem last June.
The British Aliyah Movement – the official title it adopted – will consist of groups of 10 persons over the age of 18 who pledge to settle in Israel within three years. The pledge is renewable each year and if not carried out after three years will result in the pledgee being removed from membership lists of the movement. The latter will have no formal constitution for the time being. A conference will be called in three or four months to elect officers. Each 10-member group will send one delegate.