Immigration to Palestine

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Pressure for Action on Jewish Immigration

Resolutions on Palestine Pending in Congress

Resolutions awaiting action in the present Congress call for the use of its good offices by the Government of the United States to open the doors of Palestine “for free entry of Jews into that country …so that the Jewish people may ultimately reconstitute Palestine as a free and democratic Jewish commonwealth.”

Similar resolutions received strong support at the 1944 session of Congress but action was withheld at the request of the Executive Branch. A secret ...

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