The Revisionist and Labor leaders meet to reduce the verbal anger and physical attacks aimed at each other’s Zionist political stream. Matters relating to allocation of immigration certificates and deepening divisions between their adherents are partially resolved, but their respective followers want little compromise with the other. Tensions between Labor Zionism and Revisionism continue, but are quickly submerged by protracted Arab violence against Jewish development (1936-1939), the Nazi rise in Europe, and emigration restrictions imposed against Jews worldwide. Internal Zionist tensions resurface in Palestine in the 1940s and are only resolved when the state is established in 1948.