POSC366 9-25-06 Lecture Notes

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POSC 366 25/09/2006 17:34:00 > PLO-transitions from one century to another Arab Israeli conflict was born As immigration picked up after the first world war- the minority was favored by  the jewish majority Jews were killed throughout the territories of the third khajk during the holocaust People tried to get out of this huge territory- from cuba, south America Illegal immigration – the british passed the law for the jews to come into Palestine In order to understand the conflict- you must understand both sides The Palestine/arab perception is that they had nothing to do with the holocaust  they were just victims They were escaping for their lives You must understand both perspectives in order to understand their modes of  behavior Second WW jewish minority had an advantage bc they fought outside of  palestine with british forces The arabs did not have the benefit to learn They were very badly lead WW II- on the arab side tremendous pro-german and Italian sentiments The british had promised the Palestinians independence Haganah Irguin Tzvai Leumi These groups were fighting the british
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Arab militias shooting at the british and jews The UN came up with a portioned resolution—broke Palestine into two  substates- one jewish, one arab The jewish community accepted it however the arabs rejected it The british pulled out—Israel declared its independence and war broke out That was the war of 47/48 –result was the creation of??? The Israelis concurred parts of Jerusalem/Jordan The jewish army retained part of the gaza strip East Jerusalem and the west bank was attached to Jordan Kind abdalla the first had a british trained army, which was the best army among  arab army’s the arab legon army was the most effective force bc of its british generalship the west bank was created Jordan absorbed it Thousands of refugees (Palestinians) came out and settled in the west bank,  Jordan, Syria refuge camps  The situtation was therefore Israeli state, palestinian got nothing and many of  them refugee status In 1954/55 pals in gaza strip started to attack jewish settlements on the new  frontier Since that time that has been the case. .palestinians attacking, israeli’s attacking  with greater force 1967 war you had upsurge of violence coming along through Jordan encouraged 
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2008 for the course POSC 366 taught by Professor Dekmejian during the Spring '06 term at USC.

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