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Egyptian Labor Leader, Jew, Expelled from Egypt

August 15, 1924
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Joseph Rosenthal, Egyptian labor leader, was expelled from Egypt by the government of Said Zaglyl Pasha without a trial, according to a despatch to the Herald here.

Joseph Rosenthal is an Egyptian citizen, a Jew born in Palestine. None of the foreign consuls in Egypt agreed to have Rosenthal sent to his country except the representative of Roumania. No Rosenthal was accordingly deported to Roumania.

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