The Arab Executive, at its meeting last night, decided to recall the general strike proclaimed last Friday, and ordered the resumption of all work today, according to reports here. of Palestine, will arrive at Gaza, in southern Palestine, tomorrow. The Mufti had been in India, seeking to raise funds among Indian Moslems for the projected Moslem University at Jerusalem. When he learned of the disorders in Palestine, he left India for home by airplane, arriving at Bagdad today. His fund-raising activities in connection with the university have been in accordance with the decision of the Moslem congress held here last year.
The government of Palestine will publish its daily Gazette in Arabic to replace the Arab newspapers now on strike against the censorship, the authorities announced yesterday. The Gazette will be posted in public places and will be distributed to the headmen of the villages to be read out aloud to the Arab population.
All Egyptian newspapers, except two, were banned by the Palestinian authorities for disseminating false statements about the situation in Palestine.
Delegations composed of Arab women visited the offices of the various consuls stationed in Jerusalem and attempted to present petitions protesting against Jewish immigration into Palestine, the sale of land to the Jews and the suppression of the Arab demonstrations by the police. Some of the consular officials received the women, others refused to admit them.