23 JUNE 1961, Page 16

Sta.—The implications of Mr. Childers's article are shattering. Like most

people, I have always thought that the Jews, having been so badly treated by the rest of us, ought to be allowed a fair latitude in making themselves safe from us. But this goes beyond all bounds. It seems that, but for UNRWA, 650.000 would have died. Is this not genocide? Is this not exactly what the Nazis did? Have six million Jews died in vain?—Yours faithfully,