NORTH AFRICA: To Create Martyrs

NORTH AFRICA To Create Martyrs

It was Sunday in Manhattan, and the diplomats of the United Nations had postponed for a day their discussion of France's troubles with her rebellious North African protectorates, Morocco and Tunisia. But fanaticism knows no holidays, and in North Africa itself, Arab nationalists, urged on by the Communists, were busy seeking ways to exploit the latest incident.

Few of the 500,000 Arabs and 120,000 Frenchmen in Morocco's teeming, gaudy boomtown Casablanca, some 1,000 miles from the scene of the murder, had even heard of the victim, Tunisian Labor...

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