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    but of course the Saudi Government may tackle the ’Iraqi Government. (b) The Dabb&ghs are ’’Moghrabis* ...

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    calmly and thanked me. I think the view of the Sa’udi G-overnment (and I personally rather agree with it, ...

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    Iraqi national* He said he might well have “been given that status, I laughed and reminded him of a private confession he had made to me in Jerusalem that he himself had three nationalities, Sa’udi, Syrian and Palestinian. Yours ever, (Signed) Andrew Ryan. ...

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    (K 860/100/S6) FOHTIGN OvyiCP , 8. *71 16th Ftbimarjr, 1994 , ^ deep Blaster 1 ^ith reference to yew letter to verner No,lcil60/58 of the 34th January regarding the anti- Saudi Intrlguee of Tahir ad Pah-bag and Huhamad Sadiq, X have, I think, mentioned to you orally that It might in our vice he ss well ...

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    will no doubt inform the Saudi Government in whatever form you consider suitable that their request ...

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    The letter clearly establishes Dabbagh*s anti-Saudi activities in India. I am desired to forward ...

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    and In view of the representations which have been received from the Saudi leLA**s ntrtc there no obj ...

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    circumstances feel that'the obj ectiods to deportation to Saudi Arabia _ referred to in p ra. 4 of the F.O. ...

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    Charge d’Affaires at Jedda regarding the anti-Saudi activities of Tahir ad Dabbagh and a certain Muhammad Sadiq, who is also reported to be in India. 2. In view of the request made by the Saudi Arabian ...

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    not consider that Dabbagh should be deported to his country of origin, Saudi Arabia, since, in view of the attitude of the Saudi authorities towards him, it would be tantamount to delivering a political offender ...

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    and on the und.ratendlng that It will not be wad. public by Saudi Oovernaent. It la not o.rtcln whether Oovemnont of Indlii ...

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    [This Document Is t he Property of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be returned to the Foreign Office if not required for official use.] \ ' ■- - From Sxi UDI ARABIA. Deaypher. Mr. Calvert ... Addressed to Aden No. 165. My telegram No. 140 to Foreign Office, repeated to Aden No. 150* Saudi Government ...

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    of the Foreign Office arguments for immobilising Dabbagh if possible in some place where his anti-Saudi activities would be comparatively innocuous and where he would not be in direct touch with Saudi Arabia, etc. ...

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    and where proximity to Saudi Arabia would make them really dangerous. The Hadramaut would not be good from this point ... in some place where his anti-Saudi activities would be comparatively innocuous and to keep him away from ...

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    the accompanying copy of a despatch to His Majesty's Ambassador at Bagdad regarding the anti-Saudi conspirator, ... and practicable to prevent him from carrying on anti-Saudi activities there. 3. A copy of a letter on this subject ...

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    the present regime in Saudi Arabia. In connexion with the efforts which are being made to allay the bus picion of the Saudi Government that the British authorities in frmsJordan are not taking apf lie lent ly serious ...

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    Abdullah's Lands, 1931-1932 but was dismissed by the Amir on account of his anti-Saudi intrigues and ordered ... of the Ion Hifada revolt provocative anti-Saudi articles. He had previously (in 1925) been editor of a paper ... was suspected of anti-Saudi conspiracy and in December of the same year he was excluded from Palestine ...

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    13$ might find it poesible to deal on general principles of friend liness and in accordance with the desire of Hie ysjesty’s Oovernnent to discourage anything dangerous to peace and stability ir Arabia. 3* X snould be glad to know whet further reply you would wish me to make to the Acting Minister for Foreign ...