Arab Extremists to Participate in London Parleys

The Supreme Arab Committee decided today to participate in the forthcoming conferences arranged by the British Government in London to seek a solution of the Palestine problem. The conversations are expected to open early in February.

The decision was reached at a meeting of Arab leaders from all parts of the Near East at the residence of Haj Amin el Husseini, exiled ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, at nearby Djunieh. Among those present were five Palestine Arab leaders recently released by Britain from internment in the Seychelles Islands. Nuri Pasha es-Said of Iraq has also arrived here to confer with Husseini.