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  • Sudanese Government is Asking Egyptian Jews to Leave Country

    Barnett Janner, Labor member of Parliament and president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, drew the government’s attention this weekend to the fact that the Sudanese Government is asking Jewish Egyptian subjects to leave the Sudan. Speaking in Commons, Mr. Janner said that the move had come at the instigation of Egypt. He… More ▸

  • Israel Greets Sudan’s Independence; Sudan May Join Arab League

    (Israel’s Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett has cabled his government’s felicitation to the newly-independent state of Sudan, it was announced today. From Cairo it was reported that Premier Ismail of Azhari of Sudan today indicated that his newly independent nation will soon join the Arab League alignment against Israel. He said that he and his ministers… More ▸

  • Alliance Israelite Forms Committees in Sudan and Eritrea

    The Alliance Israelite Universelle today announced the formation of two more Alliance committees abroad, one in Khartoum, Sudan, and the other in Asmara, Eritrea. Alliance leader Andre Chouraqui recently returned from these two areas where he helped the committees with their initial organization. More ▸

  • Egypt Orders Sudan Administration Not to Engage in Any Trading with the Jewish State

    The Egyptian Government has applied pressure on the Sudan Administration to prevent trade between Sudan and Israel, it was revealed here in a London Times dispatch from Cairo. Abrahim Farag Bey, Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs, told the Egyptian Parliament that in response to several letters from him instructing the Sudanese authorities not to… 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 ▸

  • 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 ▸