Established in 1967 to promote relations between India and Arab countries, the League organised several meetings in the past.
Indo-Arab League in Solidarity with Palestine at Hyderabad, India.
The Indo-Arab League, a non-governmental organisation working to promote relations between India and Arab countries.
was established in 1967, after the "Arab-Israel War" in which the zionist forces captured Palestinian land, including the Holy Al-Quds Mosque by organising a mammoth public meeting in Hyderabad against the illegitimate Israeli occupation.
The Indo-Arab League had then sponsored the visit of the first Palestinian liberation organisation's delegation to Hyderabad in 1969 for a historic meeting held in Hyderabad.