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Arab Parties Quarrel over Leadership Issue

November 3, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency Mail Service)

The question of responsibility for the dissension among the Arab parties is the subject of controversy in the Arab press here.

The “Falastin,” which voices the views of the Palestine Arab Executive, and the “Al Carmel” which represents the Arab opposition camp, take up the cudgels on behalf of their respective parties.

Jamal Al-Husseini, replying to critics of the Arab Executive, in an article in “Falastin” says that the Executive was ready to accept all ways to reach a truce and that contrary to the current reports Musa Kazem Pasha Al-Husseini is not willing to accept the leadership of the Executive after the meeting of the Palestine Arab Congress, but is ready to relinquish it following the elections. Jamal Al-Husseini is willing to relinquish the secretaryship of the Executive to any member of the Opposition who is nominated. The path of the Executive is not strewn with roses, he adds. He is quite ready that Negib Nassar, editor of “Al Carmel,” should take on the secretaryship.



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The New York Board of Jewish Ministers, embracing nearly one hundred rabbis of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform congregations, at its meeting yesterday extended congratulations to the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies on the Federation’s tenth anniversary.

“In a Jewish community which is divided into several groups,” Rabbi Israel Goldstein, president of the Board of Ministers, declared in behalf of the organization. “groups with differences of religious viewpoint, ‘Federation’ has been a great unifying factor stimulating all elements in the community to work together in a program of philanthropy, which embraces provision for physical, social, educational and spiritual needs.”

Directors of the Jewish Home for the Friendless of Scranton, Pa., together with members of the building committees, adopted plans for a $100,000 campaign to build an addition to the present home.

A drive will be launched on Nov. 5 and continue ten days. A. B. Cohen was named chairman of the general committee.

A course in “Social Reconstruction” has been opened in the Jewish Institute of Religion, 40 West 68th Street, New York City.

The course provides for an extended number of addresses to the students of the Jewish Institute of Religion.

The introductory address was given by Dr. John Haynes Holmes of the Community Church. Dr. Felix Adler of the Ethical Culture Society and Professor Jerome Davis of Yale University Divinity School are scheduled to address the students during November.

Norman Thomas, Director of the League for Industrial Democracy, and Dr. A. J. Muste, Director of the Brookwood School for Workers. will speak on November 11 and December 9 respectively.

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