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Kenworthy Questions Government on Mohamed Ali’s Admission to Palestine

November 30, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The British Government was asked by Lieut. Commander Kenworthy why Mohamed Ali, Indian Moslem leader, was permitted to enter Palestine, where he is attacking the British Government, the terms of the Palestine Mandate, and the Zionist program. Lieut. Com. Kenworthy also asked why this agitation by a Moslem who is not a Palestine inhabitant is permitted on territory under a Mandate of the League of Nations.

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