A speech given by Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba in Jericho, in the Jordanian-controlled West Bank. … He decried the policy of "all or nothing", that brought Arabs defeat in Palestine, and endorsed a "policy of stages" and the possibility of temporary compromise.
A speech given by British Prime Minister Anthony Eden in London on 9 November 1955. … Eden claimed that a compromise could be reached between the status quo, preferred by Israel, and the implementation of the Partition Plan and other resolutions, as demanded by the Arabs.
A document given by the leaders of two Arab secret societies, Al-Fatat and Al-Ahd, to Hashemite prince Faisal, son of Hussein, Sharif of Mecca, on 23 May 1915. … The Damascus Protocol later served as a basis for British-Arab negotiations contained in the McMahon-Hussein Letters.