The 5th [Palestine Arab] Congress opened on 22 August 1922, following the return of the delegation from London. Leader of the delegation, Musa Kazem, argued against anti-British agitation and discouraged the use of violence since he reported that there was still possibilities of making progress through negotiations. Resolutions were passed:
- rejecting the new constitution.
- boycotting elections for the proposed Legaslative Council.
- establishing a London Bureau.
- boycotting Jewish goods including the Rutenberg (electricity) scheme.
- no land sales to Jews.
- no Jewish immigration.
- pledging to oppose the establishment of a Jewish National Home.
It's an old story.