The Polish government supported his plan, and began training Jews and setting aside weaponry for them. As soon as peace and order have been sufficiently restored in Palestine steps will be taken to carry out this policy of giving the people of Palestine an increasing part in the government of their country, the objective being to place British white paper in charge of all the Departments of Government, with the assistance of British advisers and subject to the control of the High Commissioner.
These immigrants would, subject to the criterion of economic absorptive capacity, be admitted as follows: The Education Department is also advised by a committee representative of all sections of the population, and the Department of Commerce and Industry has the benefit of the British white paper operation of the Chambers of Commerce which have been established in the principal centres.
This, then, is the interpretation which His Majesty's Government place upon the Declaration ofand, so understood, the Secretary of State is of opinion that it does not contain or imply anything which need cause either alarm to the Arab population of Palestine or disappointment to the Jews.
Following Adolf Hitler's rise to powera growing number of European Jews were prepared to spend the money necessary to enter Palestine. Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, a confidant of the president as well as a supporter of Zionism, had already telephoned the president and urged U.
Before each periodic decision is taken, Jewish and Arab representatives will be consulted. His Majesty's Government are charged as the Mandatory authority "to secure the development of self governing institutions" in Palestine.
But, with the Royal Commission, His Majesty's Government believe that the framers of the Mandate in which the Balfour Declaration was embodied could not have intended that Palestine should be converted into a Jewish State against the will of the Arab population of the country.
In these circumstances, the High Commissioner will be given general powers to prohibit and regulate transfers of land. In Januarythe Woodhead Commission explored the practicalities of partition. It envisaged the further development of the existing Jewish community with the assistance of Jews in other parts of the world.
It has therefore been necessary for His Majesty's Government to devise an alternative policy which will, consistent with their obligations to Arabs and Jews, meet the needs of the situation in Palestine.
Moreover, in the view of His Majesty's Government, abruptly to stop further immigration would be unjust to the Jewish National Home. Taking into account the expected natural increase of the Arab and Jewish populations, and the number of illegal Jewish immigrants now in the country, this would allow of the admission, as from the beginning of April this year, of some 75, immigrants over the next four years.
The Nuremberg Laws stripped theGerman Jews of their citizenship. They would indeed regard it as contrary to their obligations to the Arabs under the Mandate, as well as to the assurances which have been given to the Arab people in the past, that the Arab population of Palestine should be made the subjects of a Jewish State against their will.
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It would damage the whole of the financial and economic system of Palestine and thus affect adversely the interests of Arabs and Jews alike. In Septemberthe British government presented a memorandum to the League of Nations stating that Transjordan would be excluded from all the provisions dealing with Jewish settlement, in accordance with Article 25 of the Mandate, and this memorandum was approved on 23 September.
It should be a State in which the two peoples in Palestine, Arabs and Jews, share authority in government in such a way that the essential interests of each are shared. FDR never sent it. The document stated that Palestine would be neither a Jewish state nor an Arab one, but an independent state to be established within ten years.
Moreover, the relations between the Arabs and the Jews in Palestine must be based sooner or later on mutual tolerance and goodwill; the peace, security and progress of the Jewish National Home itself requires this.Historical Documents - British White Paper of - Original Text and Introduction.
Barnier said he had invited British negotiators to work on the backstop issue next week.
May also called on Brussels to respond quickly to her white paper plan to avoid a damaging no-deal Brexit. British White Paper of Posted on July 4, by admin In the statement on Palestine, issued on 9 November,His Majesty’s Government announced their intention to invite representatives of the Arabs of Palestine, of certain neighbouring countries and of the Jewish Agency to confer with them in London regarding future policy.
In SeptemberDavid Ben-Gurion expressed the complexity of Zionist policy to Britain in his famous statement: “We must help the [British] army as if there were no White Paper, and we must fight the White Paper as if there were no war.” To read the full text of the White Paper, click here.
Nov 18, · The white paper comes after extensive public comment that involvedpeople. Smoking would be restricted in enclosed public spaces, restaurants, workplaces, and some pubs.
The ban would be enacted gradually, affecting government and NHS buildings inenclosed public places inand private property in The Churchill White Paper of 3 Juneofficially Correspondence with the Palestine Arab Delegation and the Zionist Organisation was drafted at request of Sir Winston Churchill in response to the Jaffa Riots which began with intra-Jewish violence escalated into Arab attacks against Jews.
Although the attacks were primarily perpetrated by the Arabs, the British White Paper concluded.Download