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Polish Zionists Protest Jew’s Employment of Arab Labor in Palestine

July 4, 1934
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What Zionist workers regarded as a wealthy Warsaw Jew’s treason against his own race in far-off Palestine brought forth demonstrations of protest today.

The Zionists charge that Moishe Borowski, a fur merchant who owns houses and villas in Polish towns, is employing Arab labor in Haifa, where he is building a home.

In expression of disapproval of his failure to hire Jews, the protesting group assembled outside Borowski’s fur warehouse in Dluga Strasse here and raised a hostile outcry.

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