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Criticize Palestine Government for Admitting Deputy Kentridge

August 27, 1930
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The Palestine government is sharply criticized by the Arab paper, “Falastin,” for admitting to Palestine Morris Kentridge, a Jewish Labor deputy of the South African parliament, who has come here to study the present situation. The paper claims that Mr. Kentridge’s inquiry is superfluous after so many official commissions have reported.

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