The provisions of the Angle-Arab treaty relating to Palestine were rejected at the meeting of the sixth Arab Congress meeting here yesterday. It was decided for the present to take no action other than official rejection and to await the results of the discussions of the Arab Executive with King Hussein of the Hedjas.
If unsatisfactory, measures of resistance to the treaty will be taken, it was announced.
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