TITLE

Revolt in the Desert

AUTHOR(S)
Zinder, Harry
PUB. DATE
September 1947
SOURCE
New Republic;9/29/47, Vol. 117 Issue 13, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents an account of the political condition in the Middle East. Reference to problems between Egypt and Palestine; Description of the British rule in Egypt; Resignation of the Egyptian Prime Minister, Hussein Sirry Pasha; Appointment of Aly Maher Pasha, a political adviser, as the Prime Minister of Egypt by Egypt's King Farouk; Comments on a resolution about British evacuation giving up off the Nile Valley when she gets out; Resolutions on Palestine by the super-assembly of Arab heads of state; Statement that Greater Syria calls for a union of Palestine, Trans-Jordan, Syria, Iraq and the Lebanon under Abdullah's, King of Jordan, rule; Acknowledgement that Great Britain can remain strongest in the Middle East if she works through friendly Arab governments rather than on top of them; Reference to the works of Walter Smart, Oriental Minister in the British Embassy in Cairo and brigadier I.N. Clayton; Account of the poverty and despair prevailing in Middle East.
ACCESSION #
14844081

 

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