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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON '
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HATt'iWAv, HrrT, an, mis,
Country Divided Into Two
Camps Orer Question of
CAinO, Kgypt, Sept. 23. There
iro two Important questions upper
iuOkI In Egyptian politics nt the pre
vent time, tlio representation of mln-j
orltlcs In parliament nmt tho future
of the Sudan.
The new constitution makes no
provision for tho former, nnd rigor
ous protests aro being heard from
llio Copts, tho largest Kgyptlan re
ligious minority; tho Syrians, and
the Jews, who all demand full guar
antee and tho right to bo represent
ed In tho government.
Tho country Is divided Into two
camps. Om itldo argues that the
representation of minorities has no
precedent In other constitutions;
would bo damaging o Knptlan unity
ai a whole, and tlint all Kgyptlaus,
rtgardlcM of erred, should show a
united' froat to tho world lu general
and England In particular,
ty On the other hand spokesmen for
tho mlaorltlta argue that Egypt pre
sents a situation, la thfs regard, dif
ferent from what cilsis la the coun
trie of Europe, for hero largo
atmai1a tho cltll life otthe land
aro under scclal laws; the Moslems,
for Instance, under tho Koran; tho
Jo'tvs under tho Mosaic laws, and tho
Christians under tho Patriarchal
Inns, and theso differences do not
mnko tho nation less united.
No loss ncuto Is tho question of
tho 8udan, Thin ramo first to the
foro vi hen tho commission framing
tho constitution Included tho Sudan
within tho boundaries of Kgypt, and
gnvo Fund tho title of King of Egypt
nnd of tho Sudan.
To offset this Lord Altcnby, tho
llrltlsh high commissioner, went to
Hero he met a group of 30 sheiks of
Hero he met a group of 30 Sheiks of
Sudanese trlblcs who, according to
the reports given out of the confer
ence, took advantage of tho occasion
to express their lo)nlty to tho Hrll
Ish government, and at tho same time
asked for assurances that they would
never be placed under llrltlsh rule.
Some Kg)ptlan newspapers occuso
England of Insincerity In this move.
They allege that tho sheiks wore
coerced Into false expressions of loy
alty, nnd other who attack llrltalu's
methods and motives.
The llrltlsh altitude In tho Sudan
matter has not yet been tnado clear,
the question being reserved for fit
turo discussion with tho Egyptian
government. Drills!) silence has led
to Egyptian deduction, which aro
that England ultimately concmplates
declaring tho Sudan a Sultanate se
parated from Egypt; appointing one
of the eons of the Mahdl to rule It,
and placing It under British protec
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