Arab Extremists Fly to Beirut for Parley with Mufti

Five Palestine Arab leaders, recently released by the British Government from more than a year’s detention in the Seychelles Islands, flew to Beirut today to confer with the exiled ex-Mufti of Jerusalem on the stand they are to take at the forthcoming conferences in London.

Their departure followed repeated intervention by Egyptian Premier Mohammed Mahmoud Pasha with the French authorities to permit their unconditional stay in Beirut for a few days. At the same time, the Premier obtained for the ex-Mufti, in a telephone conversation with the French High Commissioner for Syria, permission to go to Beirut from his Lebanon exile for the conferences with the Arab leaders.

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