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Very few other worke¡'s parties, of which the Norwegian \Øorker's Party was the most influential, adopted a parallel stance. Nevertheless, the Bundist leaders commented critically on the policy of the LSI. The two central issues on the LSI agenda which we¡e of concern ro the Bund were the attitude of the international labor movemenr ro'ivards Zionism and the prospects of the Jews in Palestine. 4, the Bund was in strict opposition to Zionism in general and to the Poalei Zion in particular. This attitude was clearly summed up in a letter by Henryk Erlich to Friedrich Adler, rhe secretary of the LSI, dated September 24, 1929.
See Guido G. 92-97. 63 removal of exploitation would remove the causes of anti-Semitism. But the rise of Stalinism only a decade later led to the political disarming and physical defeat of those Communists who were sensitive to the demands of a new policy which could help European Jews in face of the growing danger of Nazism. Var. From the very beginning the LSI was confronted with numerous problems. The problem of Jewish emancipation had been one of the main issues addressed by the international labor movement since the late-nineteenth century.
58-62, reprinted in: ldem, Eln Funken Hoffnung:Verwicklungen - Antisemit¡smus, Nahost, Stalinismus (Hamburg: VSA, 2004), pp. 64-7 4. , ,,Das Blutbad im 'Heiligen Land'," lnternationale Pressekorrespondenzllnprekorrl,1929, 18 See,,Resolution des Politsekretar¡als des EKKI zur Aufstandsbewegung in Arabistan," /nprekorr,1930, No. 258-61. " However, they ,,would in no way be isolated. zr Erlich responded to Adler on November B. He informed him that Adler's letter arrived just when the Bund's Party Committee was meeting.