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Reasons to ban a newspaper

1946

1977

Muslim Bretheren of Palestine


British considering the suppression of the 'anti-British' newspaper produced by the Muslim Brotherhood in Palestine. Notes that it is likely that this will be viewed as an example of anti-Arab policy, as much Jewish propaganda with similar anti-British attitude is allowed to function. The Government decides to ban the newspaper anyway because Anglo-Egyptian relationships are already strained because 'our having to yield to Jewish demands (on immigration into Palestine)'.

PRO File: FO 371 52623

 















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