§ 4. Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what arrangements are now in force for safeguarding the interests of His Majesty's subjects of the Moslem faith making the pilgrimage to Mecca; and whether His Majesty is represented at Mecca or other city in the dominions of King Ibn Saud?
§ Sir A. CHAMBERLAIN
In reply to the first part of the question, the arrangements which have proved satisfactory during the last two years, and which were referred to in the reply which was given to the hon. Member for Kidderminster (Mr. Wardlaw-Milne) on the 16th of May last, remain unchanged. The hon. and gallant Member will no doubt inform me if he desires detailed information on any particular point. As regards the last part of the question, His Majesty's Government are represented by an agent and Consul at Jeddah.
§ Lieut.- Commander KENWORTHY
What happens to our Moslem fellow 353 subjects who may feel aggrieved in the City of Mecca? Is there any British representative to whom they can appeal for protection?