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It fulfilled a wide range of functions, the protection of workers' rights and wages via their trade unions, the allocation of work via the Histadrut controlled Labor Exchange, the creation of employment via the Histadrut owned contracting company-—Sold Boneh— and the provision of essential service. (Tzahor, 1979; Grinberg, 1993; Challenges to Separatism 21 Shalev, 1992). Histadrut institutions were composed of representatives of the major workers* parties, Mapai was the dominant party in the Histadrut, both at the top level of the Histadrut Executive and at the level of the local Labor Councils.
The workers, all villagers from the hilly district of Jenin and Nablus, wanted to bring their families with them, to reside together on die outskirts of Haifa. It may well be that, due to die years of prosperity, urban employment became more steady and a more permanent option to village life. This demand, like the freedom to purchase food, met with the opposition of the employer, fearing, in all likelihood, to loosen his control over his workers, (Agassis report, February 6, 1936. LA IV 250-27-2-199) After 1933, the Arab workers retained little contact with thte Jewish workers of Nesher.
Even so, the case of the Mosaica tile factory was somewhat exceptional. The disparity between the position of the workers' committee and that of the Histadrut, was striking. At no point did the Jewish, workers ask for the exclusion of die Arab workers, and yet, the Arabs were excluded and work was resumed with Jewish labor only. The stringent "Jewish labor only" policy of the Haifa Labor Council and of the Construction 'workers' Union, togedier with the separatist formal policy of the Jewish National Fund, left little room for the commitment expressed by die workers, die members of the Hashomer Hatza'ir, to dieir comrades.