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Yes itthe mass expulsion of civilians was a violation of international law at least according to the current President of the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals. (It takes 4 judges to make a UN Tribunal ruling and they have never convened nor heard such a case.)

Yes it was a violation of international law at least according to the current President of the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals. (It takes 4 judges to make a UN Tribunal ruling and they have never convened nor heard such a case.)

Yes the mass expulsion of civilians was a violation of international law at least according to the current President of the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals. (It takes 4 judges to make a UN Tribunal ruling and they have never convened nor heard such a case.)

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Overall, not just from forced expulsions, it is estimated by the United States State Department that 300,000that 300,000 Arabs of the occupied territories were displaced in the Six Day War. That's roughly 25% That was 30% of the pre-war Arab population of those territories. see section VI. West Bank & Gaza Strip: Arab Population (1948-2005) 

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The Six Day War: Captured territories and Arab displaced populations
There was extensive displacement of populations in the captured territories: of about one million Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, 300,000 (according to the United States Department of State) either fled, or were displaced from their homes, to Jordan, where they contributed to the growing unrest.

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Overall it is estimated by the United States State Department that 300,000 Arabs of the occupied territories were displaced in the Six Day War. That's roughly 25% of the pre-war Arab population of those territories. see section VI. West Bank & Gaza Strip: Arab Population (1948-2005)

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Overall, not just from forced expulsions, it is estimated that 300,000 Arabs of the occupied territories were displaced in the Six Day War. That was 30% of the pre-war Arab population of those territories.  

The Six Day War: Captured territories and Arab displaced populations
There was extensive displacement of populations in the captured territories: of about one million Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, 300,000 (according to the United States Department of State) either fled, or were displaced from their homes, to Jordan, where they contributed to the growing unrest.

Interesting Demographic Maps:

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Yes the expulsion of all Arabs from the occupied territories was considered at a cabinet meeting by the Israeli Prime Minister. Although Israel didn't expel all Arabs, they did conduct mass expulsions of some Arabs on the village scale to make room for Israeli settlements. Yes

Overall it is estimated by the United States State Department that 300,000 Arabs of the occupied territories were displaced in the Six Day War. That's roughly 25% of the pre-war Arab population of those territories. see section VI. West Bank & Gaza Strip: Arab Population (1948-2005)

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Yes it was a violation of international law at least according to the current President of the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals. (It takes 4 judges to make a UN Tribunal ruling and they have never convened nor heard such a case.)

Short Answer:
Yes the expulsion of all Arabs from the occupied territories was considered at a cabinet meeting by the Israeli Prime Minister. Although Israel didn't expel all Arabs, they did conduct mass expulsions of some Arabs on the village scale to make room for Israeli settlements. Yes it was a violation of international law at least according to the current President of the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals. (It takes 4 judges to make a UN Tribunal ruling and they have never convened nor heard such a case.)

Short Answer:
Yes the expulsion of all Arabs from the occupied territories was considered at a cabinet meeting by the Israeli Prime Minister. Although Israel didn't expel all Arabs, they did conduct mass expulsions of some Arabs on the village scale to make room for Israeli settlements.

Overall it is estimated by the United States State Department that 300,000 Arabs of the occupied territories were displaced in the Six Day War. That's roughly 25% of the pre-war Arab population of those territories. see section VI. West Bank & Gaza Strip: Arab Population (1948-2005)

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Yes it was a violation of international law at least according to the current President of the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals. (It takes 4 judges to make a UN Tribunal ruling and they have never convened nor heard such a case.)

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