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Neiman Transferred to Political Cell After Strike

October 18, 1932
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Shlomo Neiman, Polish Zionist Revisionist, was transferred to a political cell today after he had declared a hunger strike in protest against being placed among criminal prisoners.

Neiman was arrested and sentenced to twenty-one days imprisonment for blowing the shofar at the conclusion of Yom Kippur services. This is contrary to the regulations at the Wailing Wall.

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