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Indian Muslim reaction to partition of Palestine

1938

1969

Government felt 'safe' as regards the Indian Muslim reaction re: the impending 'policy of partition' which was about to be announced


Secret notes from viceroy re: the Indian 'Moslem interests in Palestine'

Although there seems to have been a genuine sincerity of feeling, Jinnah himself was reluctant to take sides - preferred to 'sit on the fence'. In response to 'six or more ulema ...who were determined to drive the League to extreme measures...Jinnah very plainly stated that he was not prepared to admit the expediency of either non co-operation or boycott; there seemed no reason to him why the Muslims of India should invite trouble for themselves over Palestine when Iraq, Afghanistan and other Muslim countries were doing nothing.

Hence Government felt 'safe' as regards the Indian Muslim reaction re: the impending 'policy of partition' which was about to be announced' (Ref. 6)

PRO File: CO 33 369  















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