The Zionist movement, which has for its aim the revival of the Jewish self-governed nation in Palestine, has been handicapped by the war, but not halted, according to Rabbi Meyer Berlin of New York, a leader in the movement, who is in Seattle.
«There are about 200,000 of our people in Palestine now,» he says, «and room for about 7,000,000. Jewish literature is being revived and a system of schools worked out there. We don’t need immigrants from this country so much as we need organizations to lend their support.»
He is editor of Haibri, the Jewish weekly.