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    to the cutting of wood in Qatar. 2. I am informed by the shaikh of Qatar that in view of the scarcity of wood in Qatar territory, the cutting i of wood and its export is forbidden. Usual ending. H.B.M.*s Political ...

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    regarding the. wood, and your informing us about the reply of shaikh of Qatar that he has forbidden the. cutting of* wood and export. I inform you that the wood is hot from the land, but the wood ...

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    a statement from a Bahrain Nakhuda regarding an incident on the Qatar coast. The practice of bringing juss from the Qatar coast to Bahrain is a very old one. Before the quarrel between Bahrain and Qatar a large proportion of the juss used in Bahrain came from Qatar where people from Bahrain were allowed to collect juss ...

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    Statement of All bin Sid, Rumaihi Tribe, Bahrain subject, living on the edge of Manama. Last Thursday I went with my two boats to get juss at Broog on the Qatar coast opposite Hawar. I have been going there lately two or three times a month, sometimes more, and nobody has ever interfered with me. I reached ...

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    a.brook in Qatar, as it is their usual custom. On .Friday 14th Janad auwel 1364 (28th April 1945) one of the officials of Shaikh of Qatar cane to them and took the sails of their boats, their provisions and cooking ...

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    Translation of* Isttsr d.3.tGd. l^tli Jmnai anwcil 13^>'l (1-5- ’45) from H.H. the Ruler of Bahrain ... and Mohammed^ bin Rashid ar-Romaihi - went co bring lime rock from a place named Abrook in Qatar ... of Qatar came to them and took^sails of their boats, their provisions' and cooking utensils and left them. ...

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    to Brook at Qatar as their usual custom to bring linerock", but it is known that Brook is not a common ...

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    they have visited the coast of Q,atar as they used to do before 1936. Finally as you are awate Shaikh ...

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    POLITICAL AGENCY, BAHRAIN. (g) D.C. No. C/776. My dear Belgrave, sending to the sheikh of Qatar. I hope that it complies with your request to send such a letter as made to me on the telephone on the 2nd August? and also that it will M do some good", as you said you thought it would. Dalrymple Belgrave, Esq., ...

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    subjects should now freely visit Qatar. .. : ^ j /7 r 3. Sheikh Salman was not long in taking action ... their flocks in Qatar and when they were detained and harassed by the Sheikh of Qatar's men he burst into full ... subjects are not being accorded by the Sheikh of Qatar the privileges which they received in the past ...

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    - 2 - the Sheikh to negotiate direct with Qatar, I do not know. Nor could I be expected to, since ... the June 1944 agreement restored conditions as they were before 1936 (iii) the Sheikh of Qatar ... to him to see that it was carried out. ^ fa* X 5 ' 7. I referred this complaint to the Sheikh of Qatar ...

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    complaints that the sheikh of Qatar is not observing the 1944 Agreement? 10. We should not try to have ... considers the Sheikh of Qatar is not observing the agreement he himself may take any action he likes even ... is that when the Sheikh next complains that the Sheikh of Qatar is not fulfilling the terms of the agreement he ...

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    -4- previous conditions. The fulfilment of this condition would depend on (a) the number of Qatari labourers in Bahrain, (b) whether even after setting aside the agreement the Sheikh would expel Qatari ... in view of the advantage gained at Zubarah that the Sheikh would not take action to set aside ...

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    POLITICAL AGENCY, BAHHAIN. D.O. No. C/1009. The 23rd October, 1945. / My dear Anderson, I wonder if you could possibly let me know approximately how many subjects of the Shaikh of Qatar you have working in the company, if all of those, whom you have, went back to their country, what would be your re-action? ...

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    are charged in Bahrain. I should be grateful if you could verify the fact that the Q,atar authorities have ...

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    lefcter dated 13th Jamad Al*Thani 1365 (14th May. L 4 ) from Shaikh of Qatar, to the Political ... of harbour charges on the Bahrain sailing crafts which come to Qatar ports. But there is a fee on the export of lime stone from Qatar. The fee on lime stone which is taken out of Qatar, is Rs.10/- for a load ...

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    figures and ration registers about 600 persons from Q,atar have entered our country. Thus as far as we are concerned, the people of Q,atar enjoy the same conditions as they did before 1936. 5. The state of things ...

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    charges on Bahrain sailing boats which visit Qatar. limestone from Qatar and this is charged at the rate ... of Bahrain boats visit Qatar ports at all times, but no charge is levied against them. He therefore states that the report received is not correct. 2 The Shaikh of Qatar informs me that there 3 There is, however, a fee ...

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    the maintenance of a guard by the Shaikh of Qatar in his tower at JALAT MARIR is a definite instance. 3. While ...

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    as they were before 1936 when the Shaikh of Qatar seised Zubarah and is an expression of bon vislonage. 7. In the second sentence the Ruler of Qatar under takes that **Zubarah shall remain without anything happening ... whether it means before Qatar built his tower or after I don»t know. One would naturally suppose ...

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    are aware from the statement of the reporter the tax which the Shaikh of Qatar has imposed on the export ... As for the statement of the Shaikh of Qatar that many Bahrain boats anchor in Qatar ports without paying any anchorage ... there are only a few boats which are used for carrying lime stone from Qatar and they take many days to do a trip ...

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    the Shaikh of Qatar over Zubara officially recognised? Even if it is it is still incumbent upon us to ensure ...

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    pressure on the Shaikh of Qatar to make lb him destroy the—himself as this would mean great loss of face ...

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    and occasionally Also members of the Al Khalifah family used to proceed to Qatar for shooting trips. This situation ... while making a preliminary survey for a port for landing equipment on the west coast of the Qatar peninsula. Major Hickinbotham was Political Agent at the time and his that Qatar has the greater claim ...

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    11 2 i ^ ^ annoys the Shaikh of Bahrain. I am pretty sure that the Shaikh of Qatar would never ... insist on the Shaikh of Qatar evacuating it for I doubt if we should be on sufficiently strong ground, ... of the Shaikh of Bahrain in Qatar. You may think that the 1944 agreement comes into the picture, but my view ...

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    The guiding principle in this case seems to he that the sovereignty over Zubarah vests in the Shaikh of Qatar but that for political reasons the Shaikh of Bahrain may not be told this. 3. On the strength'of Hi ckinbotham* s letter ... of Qatar to leave the tower at Jalat Marir un-garrisoned and un-repaired if he cannot be induced ...

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    complained that the Shaikh of Qatar was not obeervlng the agreement In that the tower built by the latter ...

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    Zubarah as everybody knows is an inseparable part of Qatar. It is my country and not yours." As a result ... this tims Shaikh Salman sent some of his subjects to Qatar to graze their camels and flocks ... are now travelling to and from Qatar without any interference and the chief thing that rankies in Shaikh ...

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    that it was not a matter o'f profit as he knew that there was nothing of value in Zubarah but one of prestige. He said ... but mentioned chiefly the restrictions the ChaiKh of Q.atar was placing on Bahrain subjects entering and leaving ... that I could not possibly give a decision until I had heard what the Shaikh of Q,atar had to say on the subject ...

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    how many men are occupying the tower imposed by the Shaikh of Qatar on Bahrain subjects visiting ...

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    Abdullah of Qatar had made it clear to him that he was anxious for a restor ation of the friendly relations (sadaqa) v/hich had existed between Bahrain and Qatar prior to the unfortunate troubles of 1936* The Shaikh ...

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    and would not suffer at the hands of the Qatar Government nor the Qatar people. 4. Sheikh Abdullah himself ... Sheikh Abdullah said that Qatar Naimis were Qatar Subjects and that if they returned to Qatar they would ... because Col. Hay has informed the Sheikh of Bahrain that he intends to tour to Zubara sometime this cold ...

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    : BAHRAIN - QATAR RELATIONS ...

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    that it was not just to put the onus (of delay) on me and that if he really v/ished an early reply he must be prepared ... on the subject of Jatar. I told the Shaikh the results of my recent visit to Qatar, vide N/Paras.46 to 53f The Shaikh,as usual, expressed doubts as to the genuineness of the feelings expressed by the Shaikhs of Qatar ...

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    I received information that one of our subjects from Al-Bu-Romaih tribe went to Shaikh of Qatar for an agreement (permission) for them to go to Qatar together with their families and boats which have been ... ago, some of them (Al-Bu-Rumaih) went to Shaikh of Qatar asking him to settle (them) at Qatar. Twelve ...

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    region have for long been under dispute. I think that for the shaikh of Qatar to settle Bahrainis, ... by the Shaikh of Qatar, whether or not he is behind the migration as implied by the Shaikh of Bahrain. 6. I therefore suggest that I should write to the Shaikh of Qatar informing him of the sense of paragraph ...

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    information last year to the effect that one of our subjects of the Buromaih tribe went to the Shaikh of Qatar to make an agreement for the tribe to migrate to Qatar and settle there with their families and boats, ... Recently, 20 days ago, some of them did go to the Shaikh of Qatar asking him to settle them in Qatar. Twelve ...

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    parties should agree to differ. As time has passed relations with Qatar have become easier, and although Shaikh Salman misses no opportunity of having a dig at Qatar, in fact communications are more open. ... of Qatar is likely to prove adamant. since we did not object to its cons true tion^ it would be difficult ...

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    from Koweit. 2. By 1782 they had established supremacy in the Qatar p sninsulji 9 Khalifa 3. in 1783 ... deserted. 7. in 1843 Mohd. bin Khalifah bin Salman returned to Bahrain from Qatar, expelled Shaikh Abdullah, ... Dhabi on Dohah and Wakra. 9. By 1868 the Al Than! had risen to predominant power in Qatar, how ...

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    Zubarah. Sheikh Isa of Bahrain requested British help for the Naim at Zubarah. This was refused and the homeless Naim* to the number of about 300, took refuge in Bahrain. In 1886 the Naim of Qatar received large ... considerable migration of Naim from Qatar to Bahrain took place. A vague treaty of amity was concluded between ...

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    within Turkish jurisdiction. 26. In 1896 friendly relations with Qatar were restored and the re-opening ... undertook to prevent the Shaikh of Bahrain from interfering in any way in the mainland of Qatar. 29. In 1915 ... shaikh of Qatar” by which the latter bound himself to fulfil the various obligations already undertaken ...

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    faction "appealed" to the Shaikh of qatar. The shaikh possibly Influenced by the activities of petroleum ... and n atar. These took place in Bahrain over a considerable period of time. The qatar representatives were ... over the Naim provided the Shaikh of qatar would agree not to tax the Naim and "to preserve ...

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    -5- himself entirely from the affairs of Qatar including Zubarah, and that His Majesty*s Government were not pre pared to intervene between the Shaikh of Qatar and the Naim tribe (vide correspondence ending with Residency telegram No.751 dated the 17th July, 1937). About this period the Shaikh of Qatar ...

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    /of•«.«.... - 6 - |? ^ u v 41. on the 2nd December Saleh al Mana*, the Shaikh of ^atar*s secretary, informed the political Agent that the Shaikh of Qatar was willing to withdraw the guards. The Political ... question of the withdrawal‘of the guards (vide Residency telegram No.113 dated 16.1.1945). /, 44. ...

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    to the Shaikh of Qatar's letter and whether, if he did not do so it could beheld that he had accepted the claims ... of Bahrain ordered some 20 of the Naim who had settled in Bahain to proceed to Qatar with their fanilies ... day of their stay at Hilwan, one of the Shaikh of Qatar's arms-smuggling patrols informed them ...

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    This is in contravention of the Agreement since Qatar should be entitled to the benefits of R.E. 3. I tackled the Shaikh ... but that for Qatar sub jects he proposed to maintain an embargo pending a settlement of the zubarah dispute. He said ... improved for I understand that the zhaikh of Qatar has sent an official with a representative of the Shaikh ...

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    by the Shaikh of Qatar a few years ago together with the ruins of a much larger old fort. This site is known ... ancestors. Rain had fallen recnetly and two Arabs (Qatar subjects) whom we saw said there would be good ...

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    it is desirable if possible to avoid a return to the state of blockade which existed between Bahrain and Qatar ...

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    that the agree- ment with the Shaikh of Qatar which Your Highness signed on the 23rd June > 1944,was effected ... to the interpretation of the clause which Your Highness quotes, viz., "The Ruler of Qatar undertakes that Zubarah ...

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    been no innovation ? and apart from the Shaikh of Qatar’s fort at Murair the whole place is ruined and deserted. The fort in question was built several years before the agreement of 1944^and the Shaikh of Qatar ... above. Major Hickinbotham was however successful in persuading the Shaikh of Qatar to withdraw ...

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