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  • Two Jewish Political Prisoners Escape from Eritrea Camp; Are Re-interned in Ethiopia

    Two Jewish political prisoners of Palestine who escaped the British internment camp in Eritrea only to be re-interned when they reached Addis Ababa have appealed to the Hebrew Committee of be re-interned when they reached Addis interference according to international law so as not to be handed back to the British,” the Committee announced today…. More ▸

  • Jewish Bodies in Palestine Demand Repatriation of Jews Deported to Eritrea

    Repatriation of the nearly 300 Palestine Jews confined in a British concentration camp in Eritrea, and a ban on future deportations were demanded today at a plenary session of the Jewish National Council. A similar demand will be submitted to the Government by the municipalities of Tel Aviv and of Petach-Tikvah, following resolutions to this… More ▸

  • Fifty-five Jews Deported from Palestine to Eritrea; Others Call Hunger Strike

    Fifty-five Jews were deported yesterday from Palestine to Eritrea “in the interest of public security,” the Palestine Government announced today. The deportees will be held in a concentration camp. The group was taken from the detention camp at Latrun, half way between Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv, and transported to Eritrea by military planes. Other Jewish political… More ▸

  • 250 Jewish Terrorist Suspects Transferred from Sudan to Internment in Eritrea

    The approximately 250 Jewish terrorist suspects who had been held in a British internment camp in the Sudan have been returned to Eritrea, to where they were originally deported last year, according to an official announcement today. The transfer of the prisoners from Eritrea to the Sudan last January followed vigorous protests by them and… More ▸

  • Britain Transfers Palestine Jewish Deportees from Eritrea to Camps in Sudan

    The 279 Jewish terrorist suspects who have been confined in an internment camp in Eritrea have been moved to Carthage in the Sudan, where they are living in a former RAF camp, it was announced here today. The announcement also disclosed that a committee consisting of Major J.J. Evers, director of Army Welfare; Dr. W…. More ▸

  • Eden Will Discuss Plans for Settling Jews in Eritrea During Stay in Washington

    The problems involved in rescuing the Jews in Nazi-occupied countries and securing havens for them in Allied or neutral territory, will be discussed by British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden in conferences with high United States officials during his stay in Washington, it was learned here today. These discussions will be in addition to the British-American… More ▸

  • 2 Rabbis Leave for Service in Eritrea

    Two Jewish chaplains, Rabbis Aldo Sonnino and Amedco Terracina, left today to join the Italian forces in Eritrea. A third chaplain, Rabbi E. Catarivas, will leave for the front shortly. More ▸