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Colonial Cases

Blum, 1928

[deportation]

Blum

Source: The Palestine Bulletin, 22 January 1928

 

THE CASE OF TAILOR BLUM.

Haifa.  - The tailor Chaim Blum (see the "Bulletin" of Friday) has been released on bail of L.P. [?].  It is understood that he was sentenced to deportation because he stated in Court that he had lived the whole time in Palestine (six years) as a tourist.

 

The Palestine Bulletin, 25 January 1928

HAIFA JEWS PROTEST AGAINST DEPORTATION.

Haifa.  -   The Jewish Communal Council passed a resolution demanding that the sentence in regard to the deportation of tailor Blum should not be approved by the High Commissioner, and that the latter should issue instructions to the Courts to pass sentences of deportation only in exceptional cases.

 

The Palestine Bulletin, 13 February 1928

THE CASE OF TAILOR BLUM.

Haifa. - The appeal of the tailor Chaim Blum who was sentenced to L.P. 15 fine and deportation, will be heard by the District Court shortly.

 

The Palestine Bulletin, 29 February 1928

BLUM WILL NOT BE DEPORTED.

   H.E. the High Commissioner has not approved the recommendation of Judge Shems, of the Haifa Magistrates Court, with regard to the deportation of the tailor Chaim Blum who was recently sentenced to L.P. 1,500 fine and expulsion from the country.  Blum settled in Palestine six years ago.

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