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Arab Paper Expresses Satisfaction with Kadoorie School

September 25, 1924
See Original Daily Bulletin From This Date

“Lissan el Arab” expresses its satisfaction with the Government’s decision to divide the Kadoorie bequest into two parts, using half of the ???100,000 for Jewish education and half for establishing an Arab Agricultural School at Tulkarem.

The paper points out that agriculture is the chief basis of Palestine economics and all fellow associations requested the Government to open such a school. The program of agriculture would mean the progress of Palestine.

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