Sudan

  • Palestine Jews Deported to Sudan Threaten Hunger Strike, Want Release or Trial

    The Hebrew Committee of National Liberation today received a cable from its representative in Turkey reporting that the 250 Jewish political prisoners who were deported from Palestine to a concentration camp in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan have informed the British inspector of the camp that they will being a “hunger strike” in August unless they are… More ▸

  • Thirty Palestine Jews Released from Sudan Internment; 250 Others Still Interned

    The liberation of thirty Palestine Jews from internment in the Sudan and their return to their homes in Palestine was announced today by the Palestine Government. About 250 Palestine Jews still remain interned in the Sudan camp. The official announcement read as follows “Following the normal procedure of periodically reviewing cases of persons detained under… More ▸

  • Government Committee Reports on Conditions of Palestine Jewish Interhees in Sudan Camp

    The government committee which flew to the Suden last month to investigate the conditions under which 268 Jewish terrorist suspects from Palestine are confined, reported today that it had found that the water supply was example, food rations good, and hygienic and health conditions satisfactory. The committee, which was sent to the Sudan after relatives… More ▸

  • Britain Releases 18 Palestine Deportees; Deports Others to Sudan

    The Palestine Government today published a statement announcing the release of 18 Jews who were deported from Palestine last October as terrorist suspects. The liberated Jews have already arrived in Palestine and have been permitted to return to their homes, the announcement said. They were released in accordance with the procedure of periodically reviewing cases… 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 ▸

  • Dr. Nahum Recognized As Chief Rabbi of Egypt and Sudan

    The Egyptian Government decided today to recognize Dr. Haim Nahum Effendi, chief rabbi of Cairo, as chief rabbi for the whole of Egypt and the Sudan. Local Jewish communities will remain autonomous, but will be under the general supervision of the Cairo rabbinate. More ▸