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Orders of the Day — Supply. [7TH Allotted Day.]: Colonial Office. (26 Apr 1920)

Lieut-Colonel Leo Amery: ...only get the very smallest fraction of them entitled to vote, and for the present, at any rate, we believe the best form of representation will be found in the three nominated members, Indian and Arab, who are taking part in the East African Legislative Council. They are men who know the interests of their particular community; they have defended them with ability and skill, and we do not...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force.: Jerusalem Riots. (27 Apr 1920)

Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy: ...Royal Fusiliers, which fought in Palestine by the side of British regiments; on what charge was he tried; what was the composition of the court; whether any appeal will be allowed; and whether any Arabs or Christians have been tried in connection with the recent disturbances in Palestine?

Oral Answers to Questions — Palestine.: Statement by MR. Churchill. (29 Apr 1920)

Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy: ...Royal Fusiliers, which fought in Palestine by the side of British regiments; on what charge was he tried; what was the composition of the Court; whether any appeal will be allowed; and whether any Arabs or Christians have been tried in connection with the recent disturbances in Palestine?

Oral Answers to Questions — Palestine.: Emir Feisul. (29 Apr 1920)

Mr Bonar Law: ...has been made towards the administrative expenses of the Occupied Enemy Territory Administration East since the 1st January, 1920. Before that date a subsidy was paid towards the expenses of the Arab Administration, but no personal subsidy was paid to the Emir Feisul. The question of the Emir's future status can only be decided by the Peace Conference to which he has been invited.

Orders of the Day — San Remo Conference.: Prime Minister's Statement. (29 Apr 1920)

Lord Robert Cecil: must be a fairly expensive business. On the other hand, I doubt whether it will be quite so expensive as the right hon. Gentleman thinks. I believe if we set up, as I hope we shall, an Arab Government, or rather assist in setting up an Arab Government in Mesopotamia, a native Government, and encourage that Government to raise troops of its own, no doubt with the assistance of British...

Oral Answers to Questions — Germany.: Egypt. (3 May 1920) a fact that just prior to the arrival of the Milner Mission in Egypt Abrahm Pasha Said, member of the Legislative Assembly, Kamel Hussein, lawyer, Mahmoud Pasha Suliman, aged 98 years, Amin Ez Arab, lawyer, Sergius Coptic, priest, Ali Bey Maher, judge, Sanout Bey Hanna, member of the Legislative Assembly and of the delegation, Atif Bey Barakat, principal of the School of Law, Patella...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Disturbances in Jerusalem (Lieutenant Jabotinsky). (3 May 1920)

Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy: Have the sentences on the Arabs convicted of rape also been reduced?

Oral Answers to Questions — Budget Proposals.: Zeki Bey Kharsa. (6 May 1920)

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood: 76. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether his attention has been called to the alleged arrest and confiscation of the property of a certain Zeki Bey Kharsa, an Arab, of Damascus, on the charge of having incited the Turkish Government to deport an Armenian carpet merchant; whether this Arab was, as alleged, sentenced by the British Consul without any proof being...

Oral Answers to Questions — League of Nations.: Palestine. (17 Jun 1920)

Brigadier-General Herbert Surtees: ...of the appointment of a High Commissioner for Palestine belonging to the Jewish faith and the fact that he is about to enter upon his duties, he will state what action has been taken to placate the Arab population, which is greater than the Jewish, and thereby put an end to the racial tension which was evidenced in the riots in Jerusalem some time ago?

Oral Answers to Questions — Mesopotamia.: Mosul (Disturbances). (22 Jun 1920)

Mr Winston Churchill: As the result of the operations of the punitive column sent out from Mosul on 4th June, the hostile Arab gathering in the Tel Afar district have dispersed. There have been attacks on the lines of communication between Samarra and Mosul, all of which have been repulsed. The cause of the recent outbreaks is not known, but they are probably inspired by the Young Arab party, as stated in the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Mesopotamia.: British Policy. (23 Jun 1920)

Mr Edwin Montagu: ...purport of the announcement was that, in response to the wishes of the inhabitants of Mesopotamia, Sir Percy Cox was to be the British representative under the mandate, and a temporary predominant Arab Government was to be instituted by him.

Orders of the Day — Mesopotamia. (23 Jun 1920)

Mr Edwin Montagu: ...of the existing military administration as Chief British Representative in Mesopotamia. Sir P. Cox will be authorised to call into being as provisional bodies a Council of State tinder an Arab President and a General Elective Assembly representative of, and freely elected by, the population of Mesopotamia. And it will be his duty to prepare, in consultation with the General Elective...

Oral Answers to Questions — Mesopotamia.: Oil. (28 Jun 1920)

Sir Cyril Entwistle: ...or of the produce has been allocated to that country; if so, how that arrangement is consistent with the policy of the Government in vesting the whole of the oil resources of Mesopotamia in the Arab State that is to be set up; (2) whether his statement that no arrangement of any sort or kind has been made with any company with regard to the oil of Mesopotamia, but that the whole of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Mesopotamia.: Oil. (29 Jun 1920)

Mr Charles White: indemnity on Turkey; and, if so, if a sum of money equal to the price paid to Turkey for the exploitation of the oil of the Baghdad and Mosul vilayets will be paid out of this indemnity to the Arab State which is to be set up?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Disturbances, Jerusalem (MR. Jabotinsky). (29 Jun 1920)

Brigadier-General Richard Colvin: this country during the War, both in the field and on the platform, and was he not quite justified in taking steps to protect himself and the Jews in Jerusalem from threatened attacks of the Arabs?

Oral Answers to Questions — Mesopotamia.: Turkish Petroleum Company. (5 Jul 1920)

Mr William Ormsby-Gore: ...a lump sum down and a royalty on all oil taken or other financial payment; what were the financial terms of the concession, arid what payments will be made by the Turkish Petroleum Company to the Arab State of Mesopotamia for oil by way of royalty; whether the concession was for a limited number of years, and, if so, when is it renewable and on what terms; whether the British Government...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 1. — (Continuation of customs duties imposed under 5 & 6 Geo. 5, c. 89, 9 & 10 Geo. 5, c. 32.) (5 Jul 1920)

Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy: by taxing great incomes and by a levy on War fortunes, and, above all, by economy. We are spending from £35,000,000 to £45,000,000 per year on an undefined policy in Mesopotamia to enable an Arab Government to be set up, or so we are told, and that alone is double the amount raised by this perfectly iniquitous tax. If the Government are in earnest, and wish to relieve the burdens of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Mesopotamia.: Civil Administration. (8 Jul 1920)

Colonel Ralph Glyn: ...discussion with Sir Percy Cox, he will state what is the policy of the Government as to the Civil Service establishment to be set up in that country; whether, in view of the new conditions in all Arab countries, and the entire absence of any uniform machinery of government for civil administration in those territories, the Government will at once consider the advisability of setting up a...

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