GREAT BRITAIN: Parliament's Week: Apr. 14, 1930

¶ Jewish fears that Great Britain might someday give up her Palestine mandate and leave the Zionist colonies there to be slaughtered by the Arabs were dispelled, last week, when Prime Minister James Ramsay MacDonald read a declaration to the House of Commons which was later formally approved by Messrs. Lloyd George and Stanley Baldwin, thus binding all three of Great Britain's political parties.

"A double undertaking is involved," said Mr. MacDonald, "to the Jewish people on the one hand and to the non-Jewish people of Palestine on the other. . . ....

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