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Grady. They proposed developing independent parts in Palestine for the 2 peoples below British trusteeship—leaving British rule in position. meanwhile they not on time responding to Truman’s request whereas now not permitting any immigration, hoping that the DPs might melancholy of attaining Palestine and go back to their domestic nations. In August, at a dramatic assembly of the Zionist activities Committee in Paris, Nachum Goldmann, who headed the Zionist place of work in Washington, was once licensed to notify the U. S. president and the nation division that the Zionists may possibly comply with partition as a substitute to the Morrison-Grady Plan. This was once a seminal second within the movement’s background: for the 1st time, the Zionist circulate proposed its personal approach to the Palestine query. therefore, Truman rejected the Morrison-Grady Plan and on October four, the eve of Yom Kippur, expressed his help for the institution of a Jewish kingdom partly of Palestine (his “Yom Kippur statement”). On Goldmann’s 60th birthday in 1954, Ben-Gurion congratulated him for 2 nice achievements: “To the level that one guy succeeded in ‘selling’ … the assumption of the Jewish country to the decision-makers within the American management, that guy is you. ”3 (The moment success was once the reparations contract with Germany. ) the instant of selection got here on the Twenty-second Zionist Congress in Basel in December. The Zionist government have been break up among supporters of Weizmann’s average line of finishing operations opposed to the British and the activists led by way of Ben-Gurion, who demanded that they proceed, yet all agreed on now not renewing violent activities prior to the congress. That October Ben-Gurion had visited the DP camps in Germany for the 3rd time. One survivor requested, “When can we get to Palestine? ” He burst into tears and answered that even though he had no immigration certificate, he had doubtless that they'd succeed in the rustic soon—he was once bringing them desire. The stopover at verified the survivors’ expanding strain for a quickly resolution, when you consider that their persistence used to be virtually spent. in spite of everything the Twenty-second Zionist Congress, the 1st to be held after the Holocaust, excited about one query: convinced or no to Weizmann. on the finish of October, Ben-Gurion had written Weizmann an amicable letter that all started through congratulating him on his restoration from a moment eye operation. He then attempted to cajole Weizmann to refuse to debate the Morrison-Grady Plan with the British and in its place current them with an easy replacement: both uphold the phrases of the Mandate device or help the construction of a Jewish kingdom. He knew that Weizmann, whose strength lay in negotiating with the British, will be unwilling to take this line. hence Ben-Gurion’s assertion within the letter that for him Weizmann remained “the selected one among Jewish background who, greater than the other, symbolizes Jewish pain and genius” amounted to a farewell to the fellow he had recognized in his greatness, yet who now posed a disadvantage to the anticipated political leap forward.