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News Brief

May 13, 1927
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Questions relative Organization of its Palestine work to the reorganization by the Zionist along lines of greater economy were discussed at today’s session of the Actions Committee, the General Council of the World Zionist Organization.

A proposal to send a special commission to Palestine to carry out such measures of economy was discussed.

The Actions Committee listened today to an address by Sir Wyndham Deedes, who summarized the experiences of his recent visits to Poland and America.

Sir Wyndham stated that his observations have convinced him that Zionism is beginning to affect every phase of Jewish life outside of Palestine. Assimilation, he stated, is doomed and Palestine now constitutes the only solution to the Jewish problem.

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