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Moshe Sharett

  • Sharett Addresses W. J. C. Assembly on Israel-diaspora Partnership

    “Israel should not interfere in communal affairs of Jewish communities abroad or in the normal relations between Jewish citizens of various countries and their respective governments,” Moshe Sharett, former Israel Premier, told the Assembly of the World Jewish Congress in session here. He sounded a word of caution about the “idea of partnership between Israel… More ▸

  • Chancellor Adenauer Receives Sharett; Discuss Middle East Issues

    Moshe Sharett, former Israel Prime Minister who headed the Mapai delegation at the congress of the Socialist International in Hamburg, was received by Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. The two leaders in a 30-minute informal meeting discussed Israel and Middle Last problems. They first became acquainted when the West Germa-Israel reparations pact was signed at Luxembourg on… More ▸

  • Socialist International Conference Impressed with Sharett’s Views

    Israel’s former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett is emerging as a central figure in the sixth session of the Socialist International Conference here and his participation in discussions of the situation in the Middle East is carrying weight among many leading delegations. Mr. Sharett told the conference that Israel could be counted on… More ▸

  • Sharett Leads Jews and Non-jews on Pilgrimage to Bergen Belzen Graves

    A group of Jewish and non-Jewish delegates to the Socialist International conference, led by former Israel Prime Minister Moshe Sharett, made a pilgrimage today to the mass graves at Bergen Belsen, the Nazi murder camp. Participants included Dr. S. Levenberg of London, Mrs. Barbara Castle, chairman of the British Labor Party delegation, four Ministers of… More ▸

  • Sharett Addresses B’nai B’rith; Calls for More Intensive Jewish Studies

    Moshe Sharett, former Prime Minister told delegates at the triennial convention of B’nai B’rith today that there should be more intensive Jewish studies in Jewish communities outside of Israel to increase the knowledge of Judaism and of Israel in such communities. Praising B’nai B’rith and its accomplishments in the field of Jewish culture, Mr. Sharett… More ▸

  • Sharett Reports Increased Assimilation Among Jews in Western Lands

    Israel’s welfare is “close to the hearts” of West European Jews, but there are sign among them of “alienation and increased assimilation, ” Moshe Sharett declared here today. The former Israel Prime Minister and Foreign Minister has just returned from an extensive tour of Europe that took him to Scandinavia, the Netherlands. Belgium, Switzerland and… More ▸

  • Sharett Returns to Israel; Spoke for Israel in Eight European Lands

    Moshe Sharett, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Israel, left for Israel today at the close of a month-long tour of Europe. The Israel leader visited eight countries in his tour and addressed 24 Jewish community gatherings. He made fruitful contacts with Socialist leaders in the Scandinavian countries, as well as in Italy. Expressing… More ▸

  • Israel Solved the Jewish Refugee Problem for the World, Sharett Says

    Appealing for maximum aid for the East European immigrants arriving in Israel, former Premier and Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett told a Stockholm Jewish community rally last night that the question of what to do about Jewish refugees had been removed from the international agenda by the establishment of Israel. “My message is an appeal to… More ▸

  • Sharett Calls for Increased Aid to Absorb Immigrants from Rumania

    A call for increased contributions from Jewish communities abroad to enable Israel to absorb the new waves of immigrants from Rumania and other East European countries was issued here today by Moshe Sharett, former Israel Premier and Foreign Minister, upon his arrival from Paris, He will make a goodwill tour among the major Jewish communities… More ▸

  • Mapai Renews Efforts to Induce Sharett to Become Speaker of Knesset

    New efforts were made here today to get Moshe Sharett, former Premier and Foreign Minister to accept the post of Speaker of the Knesset. The move to fill the chair began officially right after a memorial session of the Knesset for the late Joseph Sprinzak. In addition to the Mapai, whose leadership is reportedly pressing… More ▸