Palestine Arab Workers Society
The Palestine Arab Workers Society (PAWS - Jam'iyyat al-'Ummal al-'Arabiyya al-Filastiniyya) was the main Arab labor organization in the British Mandate of Palestine. Its headquarters were in Haifa where it was established in 1925. From 1937 onwards, its general secretary was Sami Taha. Branches formed in Jaffa, Nazareth and al-Majdal[disambiguation needed].
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