§ Captain Plugge
asked the Minister of Information what broadcasts are now being employed in Syria to express the British view?
The radio transmitting stations in Syria itself are still under Vichy control: but broadcasts in French and Arabic, setting forth the British point of view, are regularly transmitted from Cairo and Jerusalem, as well as by the B.B.C. All these transmissions can be well received in Syria, and there is evidence that they attract many listeners. They contain direct appeals both to Arabs and to French, to rally to the side of the British and Free French Forces.