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    7 P. Z.614/34. My dear Fowle, INDIA OPPIGE, WHITEHALL, LONDON, S.W. 1. 8tii February 1934. F ' ^ 1 In continuation of niy secret and personal letter of the 26tn January, I send laerewith two prints / of the provisional note on the Qatar Boundary, the suggestions in which are still under consideration here ...

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    of a note which has "been prepared on the question of the boundary of Qatar and the problems which arise out ... of the attitude to be adopted in respect of the area between the Sheikh's line and the blue line of the 1913 ...

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    v^-v a) 0on.Id. j on aioo le c us linow uo 77113,"fc 6xtg 11 c iit cffc s.H "tiiB coastal strip included in the Barr Al Q^arah is fertile or c arri e s population? (b) The position of Abn Dhabi in the hinterland of Qatar. Tne note attached places on record that we have recognised Aou Dhabi ownership ...

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    of any l :ine in respect of Qatar to a oompon^ uMch Is not at least partly British. Since there appoors ...

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    of the Agreement "between the Company and the Sheikh of Qatr, any other company to which that agreement may he ... anything contained in Article 12 of the Agreement between the Company and the Sheikh of Qatr, any ...

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    that question should not be raisedl -with Ibn Saud but if he learns that we L 7* ^ have defined Qatar boundary ...

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    that in no circumstances would any small hostile force be allowed to cross Q^atar boundary and they cannot accept liability ...

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    visit to Qatar was entirely in private conversation, and whetner Chisholm had agreed or not, no visit ...

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    the Standard Oil Company - if they wanted it - the right to come and survey over Q,atar, aa the Anglo Persian ...

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    in Qatar as part and parcel of a concession he cannot rp. tg without tliei p -3epml3glon. to ooint out tliat "oy having relations with Bin Saud he has broken first part of Article IV of Treaty and has incurred His Majesty 's ^oYemrren di Bp lea sure , moreover ti'at er y ' ar rangern ent s ' v;hl cli I jc ...

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    to GrOTemment of India, New T )elM. xx H.M. *8 Minister, Jedda# Political A^ent, Bahrain. Sub.i ect ; Qatar ...

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    of Qatar that his boundary runs up to the Blue Line, which is presumably^out of the question* (b) to allow ... to work for the creation of a Qatar Neutral Zone between Boundaries (l) and (s) on the same lines as the Kuwait Neutral "one, i.e. Bin Sa T ud and the Shaikh of Qatar to have equal rights, no concession ...

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    On the 12th March 1934 (at 10.00 hours) the Political Resident called on Shaikh T Abdullah bin Qasim al Thani,Ruler of Qatar . The ShaiKh received the Political Resident m his Qasr in tne town. Tnere were present tne Political Agent ? Bahrain, (Lieut-Colonel Loch) ,Shaii£h Hamad bin T Abdullan ana ...

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    of all Qatar and the Treaty extends to the whole of i^atar. Shaikh . But I ao not see why I should ...

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    in Qatar and it was the G-overnment who took him to Bahrain and made him a Shaikh. Before the Treaty with the G-overnment I was an independent Shaikh and no people could encroach on my territory. The Qatar people ...

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    # 6 That is to protect the whole of Qatar. This is an important thing for it means that not only would you rule in safety,but in time (which G-od forbia) it will mean that your successors of the Ibn Thani Family will I continue to rule. ShaiKii . That is quite a different matter (at this stage,however, ...

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    that the Sheikh of Qatar still regards it as following approximately this line (see paragraph 8 below), ... dispute in the past. The Sheikh of Abu Dhabi has claimed sovereignty over a stretch of Qatar territory ... The Sheikh of Qatar, for his part, has claimed sovereignty over areas in the Abu Dhabi Sheikhdom running ...

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    the absence of control by the Sheikh of Qatar over the interioi of his State (and a fortiori over regions so ... as to the view held by the Sheikh of Qatar as to his southern boundary. The incident is^ that referred ... frontier of Qatar. But there are definite objections to adopting this view. In tt first place, ...

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    to the south of Qatar is apparently the Sheikh's version of the line. The 'ercyCuP.C. report, however, ... of the Khor-al-'Odeid. There is no recorded evidence of any more extensive claims by the Sheikh of Qatar other than those ... if it proves that the Sheikh of Qatar now regards the line shown on the I.P.C. map as his southern boundary, ...

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    of'1913, Importance of 'Maintaining the Blue Line. .on 11. On the one hand, it appears definitely important ... as be.ongirig to Ibn Saud ; to recognise it as belonging to the Sheikh of Qatar; or» regard it as a political ... t i e rf Sheikh of Qatar, me should 1* activities withm its ...

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    south of, the pre-war boundary of Qatar, were at the time of 245, a Dhabi, whok his journey in the hands ... the southern border of Qatar against nomadic Bedouins. But the difficulties ■involved may be less than ... extremity of a salt lake lying immediately west of the Khor -al-'Odeid, across the pre-war Qatar frontier ...

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    discussions such as those of ofI neve !' been confirmed in writing or been the subject Ooven^intf^lTv, 11 '' ... these criteria, and if it is confirmed that it is the line at present claimed by the Sheikh of Qatar it could ... that it embraces the coastal strip lying between the blue line and the pre-war western extremity of Qatar ...

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    desert under Ikhwan control, save for the coastal strip of^the Barr-al-Qarah, the likelihood that oil ... this appear advisable) through the Sheikh of Qatar to the migratory Bedouin tribes who use the area referred ... and as the Al-Thani Sheikhs of Qatar undoubtedly claim the Naqiyan tract, the latter of the two alternative lines ...

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    to the north of, the inlet." (iii) 'Aqal. In Vol. II, pages 88-89, Mr. Lorimer describes 'Aqal as "a small ... to the south of it; aoi even make Ban-al-'Qarah a part'of Jafurak . ln ™ h deSert Soule authori,ie8 j jo loud ... extremitv^of Saba)'} 'f't, S0 ' i, h- east ) adjoining the Oasis it is separated from th " ° abakhat Matti ...

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    of Khor-al-'Odeid. There is reason to believe that the Sheikh of Qatar still regards it as following approximately ... south of Wakra on the map attached."^ The Sheikh of Qatar, for his part, has claimed sovereignty over ... SECRET. India Office, P.Z. 614/34. Memo. B. 430. The Southern Boundary of Qatar and the Connected ...

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    by the Sheikh of Qatar over the intern of his State (and a fortiori over regions so remote from Dohah as are now ... by the Sheikh of Qatar as to his soutten boundary. The incident is that referred to in Colonel Dickson's letter ... that the blue line was at once the eastern frontier of Nejd and the westei frontier of Qatar ...

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    boundary shown on their map was indicated by the Sheikh The Qatar Pel himself. If the line in fact ... of the 3 ^ n 1 u Khor-al-'Odeid. There is no recorded evidence of any more extensive 0 ' tOqaint claims by the Sheikh of Qatar ... ! ( c ) in tlie % ht of tlie above ' that ' if it P roves that tlie Sheikh of Qatar now , and - Uaj ' regards ...

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    to the Sheikh of Qatar; or regard it as a political no-man's land. 1 • + 'i ^ e ^ 0 S 1 ^ lse d it as belonging ... . ^ If .' 011 11:16 other hand, it is attributed to the Sheikh of Qatar, we should be justified m expecting ... 4 Position of Area lying between Base of Qatar Peninsula and Blue Line of A nglo -Turkish ...

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    of, the pre-war boundary of Qatar, were at the time of his journey in the hands of the Ikhwan, ... border of Qatar against nomadic Bedouins. But the difficulties involved may be less than they appear. ... lake lying immediately west of the Khor-al-'Odeid, across the pre-war Qatar frontier to Dohah. His ...

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    by the Sheikh of Qatar it could be accepted. A slight modification to bring^ the line some 12 miles south ... of Qatar, and secondly that it appears to correspond fairly closely, if not exactly, with, the triangle ... of ISejd would have touched the pre-war limits oi Qatar on the coastline at the head of Dohat-as-Salwa Bay, ...

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    the Sheikh of i},me muter.:; Qatar to the migratory Bedouin tribes who use the area referred to in (d) ... clearly been asserted to extend beyond Khor-al-'Odaid, and as the Al-Thani .Sheikhs of Qatar undoubtedly ... (fS) / : that it (ti) The area lying between the blue line and the boundaries recognised for Qatar ...

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    is either at, or a short distance to the north of, the inlet." (iii) \Aqal. In Vol. II, pages 88-89, Mr. ... the Al-Tham Sheikhs assert a riglii to the whole coast as far as the Sabakhat Matti. It is said that three ... southern border of Qatar from sea to sea." (ii) Khor-al- Odaid. In Vol. II, on page 1367, Mr. Lorimer ...

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    are concentrated in the Abu Dhabi area, ranging from liok^ Qatar to the Baraimi Oasis.] !hlvtria# r n lo c | a od ... of Qatar. 0)i^ Consequent on the recent investigations into the southern boundary of Qatar ' a tar P^ r cy ...

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    that, on the east coast, Qatar's boundary with the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi's territory was the head ... occasion to express any opinion as to the boundaries of the Qatar leninsula; but learning from JVTajor ... for exploiting oil m an arej which included the Qatar Peninsula, he (Sir Percy Cox) naturally informed Major ...

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    required, and making quite clear that the grant of these facilities by the Sheikh is an essential condition ...

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    ant s to move about the country. The grant of protection to the Sheikh would be conditional upon his ...

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    of 22/2/34 Name and Date. Subject. To : Qatar "boundaries. I ^ m Ml ( Copy to Viceroy under No. ...

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    INDLi OFFICE, W.ITiiHALLj 3.W. 1. t,,1350/34. 27121 February 1934. dear Warner, I write with further reference to your letter of ■ii February, No. E.732/279/91, about Qatar boundaries, to r that, as arranged, I discussed with sir Percy Cox on 2i February the conversations reported in Dickson's ifiaential ...

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    Ipounaarles oi QATAR . Consequent on the recent investigations into the Southern boundary of ^atar Sir Percy ... was endeavour ing to obtain from Ibn Sau^ a concession for exploiting oil in an area wnich included the Qatar ... as constituting Qatar, sir Percy woula undoubtedly have based his answer on his own knowledge, as Resident ...

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    - Your telegram No.715 of 15th March, Qatar Boundary, 2 0 We have discussed matter with Fowle who has ... T.53) he cannot see Sheikh again until 31st March so there is no immediate hurry about a decision, ... arrangement which does not formally extuiiu Qatar boundary right up to blue line. We assume tnat no su^n cl^im ...

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    but as Neutral Zone m whicn Ibn'saud and the Sheikh will have equal rights, no concession to be given in the Zone without consent of both and Sheikh 's consent to be subject to that of His Majesty's Government. Oompare Kuwait Neutral Zone. This if it can oe secured Ibn Saud by us acting on behalf of Sheikh will emphasize ...

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    No,644c Qatar Boundary. We are postponing meeting of Middle East Committee to 23rd March, 2, foreign ...

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    f d4 - P guarantee of protection,, (c) Area between limit referred to in (b) and boundary of Saudi Arabia to be definitely claimed on strength of 1913-14 conventions as appertaining to Qatar even though not administered or policed by Shaikh and to be regarded as Qatar sphere of influence^ This would leave us free ...

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    Minister, Your telegram N0o739 of 19th March* Qatar Boundary,. 2 fe Y/e have discussed with Fowle and agree ... however arise if Shaikh of Qatar through fear of Ibn Saud or other reasons declined to co-operate with us ...

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    Qatar withnut asserting principle that his territory as a wh.le is bounded by Blue and Violet lines. 3. ...

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    on the north by Hashimite states. 5, Use of expression "Qatar sphere of influence* will seem to him fk ...

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    and Date. telegram Ho 0 31 of Hist March 1934 from Kis Majestv* Minister,Jedda. ■; I // Subject. Qatar 0 i 1 0 ...

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    with Ibn Saud but if he learns that we have defined frontier of Qatar as suggested he will probably /assume ...

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    responsibility ,e. g, , for raids by Murra in Qatar. I do not mean to suggest that His Majesty's (Tovdrnment should encourage Saudi expansion but rather that boundaries of Qatar should be left undefined until time ... responsibility of His Majesty's Government to actual peninsula of Qatar without informing tribes which would ...

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    coast to the eomth-eaet of Qatar p without its "being realised l5y the Halted stated OovernrM ...

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