The Indian Press of the last week of November just arrived here has a deal to say about Mr. Israel Zangwill’s address to the American Jewish Congress.
The “Simla Times” calls it a long and bitter address, and thinks that Mr. Zangwill does not overdraw his gloomy picture. The “Bombay Chronicle” writes: Mr. Zangwill, who wobbled on the subject at the critical juncture when the present chaotic and unjust system of Palestine rule was being hatched, is now apparently flat-footed against Palestinian Zionism once again. He is in the United States to wage an anti-Zion fight against the wealthy and influential American Zionists. All to the good. Every little helps.
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