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The Arab Congress of 1913 (also known as the "Arab National Congress," "First Palestinian Conference," the "First Arab Congress," and the "Arab-Syrian Congress") met in a hall of the French Geographical Society (Société de Géographie) at 184 Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris from June 18–23 in Paris to discuss more autonomy for the Arab people living under the Ottoman Empire. Furthermore The Arab National Congress, which was established by 25 official Arab Nationalists delegates, was convened to discuss desired reforms and to express their discontent with some Ottoman policies. It took place at a time of uncertainty and change in the Ottoman Empire: in the years leading up to World War I, the Empire had undergone a revolution (1908) and a coup (1913) by the Young Turks, and had been defeated

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  • المؤتمر العربي الأول
  • Arab Congress of 1913
  • Congrès général arabe
  • Congresso arabo del 1913
  • Арабский конгресс (1913)
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  • المؤتمر العربي الأول هو مؤتمر اقامه مجموعة من المفكرين والسياسيين والقوميين العرب في الفترة من 18 إلى 23 حزيران 1913 في قاعة الجمعية الجغرافية في باريس.
  • Le Congrès général arabe ou Congrès national arabe est une rencontre de nationalistes arabes qui s'est tenue à Paris dans les dernières années de l'Empire ottoman. Il s'est réuni en 1913 dans l'immeuble de la Société de géographie situé boulevard Saint-Germain avec l'accord et un financement du gouvernement français. Les sociétés plus ou moins secrètes qui ont participé à ce congrès sont la Ligue de la patrie arabe de Negib Azoury, Al-'Ahd, Al Fatat et le Parti de la décentralisation.
  • Первый арабский конгресс (араб. المؤتمر العربي الأول‎) — конгресс арабских общественных организаций, проходивший 18—23 июня 1913 года в Париже.
  • The Arab Congress of 1913 (also known as the "Arab National Congress," "First Palestinian Conference," the "First Arab Congress," and the "Arab-Syrian Congress") met in a hall of the French Geographical Society (Société de Géographie) at 184 Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris from June 18–23 in Paris to discuss more autonomy for the Arab people living under the Ottoman Empire. Furthermore The Arab National Congress, which was established by 25 official Arab Nationalists delegates, was convened to discuss desired reforms and to express their discontent with some Ottoman policies. It took place at a time of uncertainty and change in the Ottoman Empire: in the years leading up to World War I, the Empire had undergone a revolution (1908) and a coup (1913) by the Young Turks, and had been defeated
  • Il Congresso arabo del 1913 (noto anche come "Congresso Nazionale Arabo," "Prima Conferenza Palestinese", "Primo Congresso Arabo," o "Congresso Arabo-Siriano") si svolse in una sala della Società Geografica francese (Société de Géographie) al 184 Boulevard Saint-Germain dal 18 al 23 giugno a Parigi, per discutere delle riforme che garantissero agli Arabi maggior autonomia nell'ambito dell'Impero ottomano.
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