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“pan-arab” Congress Urges Complete Freedom

October 22, 1923
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Complete freedom for all “Arab countries” and the early establishment of an Arab Federation to include all Arab states, are two of the important resolutions adopted at the “Pan Arab Congress” just concluded at Mecca, say reports from the Moslems’ Holy City.

The meeting decided also to urge the boycott of “British, French and Jewish goods”.

Representatives of all Arab rulers, including King Hussein of the Hedjaz, Emir Abdullah of Transjordana, and King Feisul of Messopotamia will meet in conference shortly to take action on the resolutions, it is announced.

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