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(b) Temporary settlement. The whole
burden of the tax in the place of natural residence has
been considered, and in order to preserve such rights as have
been given, all the conditions of the temporary settlement have
been observed. The settlement is terminated when the Ottoman authorities have given their consent that the temporary settlement is to
While this exemption is now well established, the
Temporary Residents' Claims Act, 1993 remains an open door to those who claim that their right to settle in the kingdom has been unlawfully infringed. Furthermore, these claims would be processed, in accordance with the present system, as claims under the Treaty. The Act has imposed a period of six years from 1 August 1989 for claims to be brought.
In this chapter, I shall deal with the issue of the settlement of the nomadic tribes of the Nomadic Tribes of the Arabian Peninsula in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. I shall then deal with the issue of the settlement of the people of Transjordan, which at the time of the foundation of the State of Jordan, in 1946, was part of the Emirate of Transjordan. A brief overview of the history of the area is necessary to provide the framework to which the legal aspects of the two groups of cases referred to in Chapter 2, will be measured.
For the purposes of this chapter I will refer to the Syrian nomadic tribes, known as the Jahalin, as one people, and to the Arab tribes, the Bedouins, who are nomadic by tradition, but who have settled in two areas. The Jahalin is derived from the name of a tribe which settled in the northern part of the Arabian Peninsula in the second millennium BC. Most of the tribes that comprise the Jahalin are Arab tribes whose ancestors were nomads. They settled for the most part in the northern part of the Arabian Peninsula between the Seyal and the Red Sea. They claim to be of pre-Islamic origin. The Jahalin occupy an area of about 6,000 km2 on the borders of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria 0b46394aab