Sir Herbert Samuel will leave for Amman, the capital of Transjordania, to meet King Hussein of the Hedjas who is expected there shortly to confer with his two sons, the Emir Abdullah from Trahsjordania and King Feisul of Mesopotamia. It is understood that Sir Herbert will discuss with the Hedjas ruler details of the Anglo-Arab Treaty about to be concluded.
Official notification of the Hedjas ruler’s visit to Amman has been sent by the Colonial Office to Sir Herbert Samuel.
Arabs here are making preparations for the possible visit by King Hussein to Jerusalem. It is understood that an envoy of the King, Bheik Omar Shaker, is expected here in an effort to adjust the differences between the Arab parties.
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