Religion: Zion in Zurich

A happy man last week was Chaim Weizmann, goateed London chemist, president of the World Zionist Organization. Fortnight ago, when 322 delegates gathered in Zurich for the 16th biennial Zionist congress, he was less happy. For he was the appointed spokesman of a great project and in the bearded assemblage he saw many a gleaming, antagonistic eye. The project (in motion for six years) was the foundation of an All-Jewish Union, embracing both Zionists and non-Zionists, for the upbuilding of Palestine. "A Jewish national home, . . ." said Dr. Weizmann,...

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