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Palestine Arabs Seek Abdullah’s Aid

April 19, 1923
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Emir Abdullah, ruler of Transjordania, has been asked by representatives of the Palestine Arabs to defer his plans for the establishment of an Advisory Council for Transjordania pending settlement of the whole Arab question. These representations were made by Mussa Kasim Pasha, Chairman, and a few of the members of the Arab Delegation, who visited Abdullah at Ammon. The Palestine representatives pointed out there is likelihood of action being taken conforming to the wishes of the Palestine Arabs, and that the Transjordanian ruler could aid enormously in this work by falling in with their plans.

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