Feisal, son of the Sharif of Mecca, and Chaim Weizman, Zionist diplomat and leader, sign an agreement of mutual respect and cooperation. Feisal agrees to a Jewish presence in the Holy Land as long as Arab independence is granted in the formerly Ottoman Middle East. The intention of cordial relations between Zionists and Arabs is shared by both sides, but subsequent division of the Middle East into mandates make its fulfillment impossible. (source)
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