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Here is a link to direct statistics on the Jewish Exodus from Arab and Muslim lands which provides a very clear and detailed picture of the issue (first result in Google if you copy-paste the title question, so this may be off topic and more for political show) World War II and the events in the previous decades shattered a well-established and relatively ...


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Even before the founding of the State of Israel, anti-Jewish pogroms and government policies forced Jews to leave their homes and properties in Arab nations. The following is from a Jerusalem Post Supplement article called "The Forgotten Exodus," November 29, 2002, and from other sources as noted. Iraq By the summer of 1941, 180 to 200 Jews were ...


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First, "Palestinians are a distinguishable group" propaganda started relatively recently (1960-ies). Before that it was "Arabs are one people of one mind". Second, Russians had been led by a Georgian (Stalin), Germans - by an Austrian (Hitler - although some may argue that these are the same peoples), and there are more examples throughout the ages. Arafat ...


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What Arab plans can be inferred from three classes of sources: (1) Pre-war statements to the Arab population with promises that all would share in the booty of Jewish property won by the Arab Legion armies, (2) changes in Ottoman land ownership laws following Jordan's annexation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem Here are some statements from Arab books and ...


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150 years ago, Palestine was a dominion of the Ottoman Empire who basically didn't demand much from her subjects and was mostly incompetent. Of those who became known as the Palestinians, there were a few wealthy clans (Husseni, Nashishbi, pardon my spelling) who lived in cities and owned a lot of land and a lot of peasants who worked on the land. There were ...


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Palestine was provisionally recognised as a Nation by the League of Nations in the Mandate process (all class A mandates were "provisional" states). Though what this means is pretty debatable, doubly so with the Palestinian Mandate with the insertion of the Balfour Declaration. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/League_of_Nations_mandate "The first group, or ...



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