Nazi persecution

Nazi persecution - o Nazi persecution, jewish emigration,...

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o Nazi persecution, jewish emigration, palestinian resistance, and British exasperation o The Zionist struggle for statehood Open hostility between jews and arabs Jews believed they were inhabiting a land without a ppl but this is not the case Pressure international communities for a jewish state o UN partition plan – seeks to find a solution Partitioned b/w state of Israel for jews and a Palestinian state populated by arabs Rejected by arab – never viewed a legitimate o The establishment and recognition of Israel Recognized by US and soviet union Arab states do not recognize the new state and the war ensues o The war of 1948 and its consequences – the war for jewish independence Israel defeats arab states with help from Europe Saw it as an opportunity to secure more land Israel extends it borders beyond those stipulated by the UN partition plan by pushing Palestinians out of their towns and homes Arab states have declared an anti-jewish policy and massively expel the
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