Arab Israeli Conflic7

Arab Israeli Conflic7 - Arab Israeli Conflict Major wars of...

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Arab Israeli Conflict Major wars of the Arab-Israeli Conflict include: The Arab Uprising of 1936-1939: directed against Jews, the British, and those Arabs (i.e. the level-headed ones) who didn't support Haj Amin al-Husseini. Ended up backfiring badly against those who initiated it, by greatly weakening the Arab economy, and turning its Jewish equivalent much more self-sufficient, while not achieving all that much to show for all the trouble it caused. World War II : Haj Amin al-Husseini takes part in the Farhud in Baghdad in 1941. Operating on the principle that The Enemy Of My Enemy Is My Friend , al-Husseini spends the remainder of the war making propaganda broadcasts in Germany and recruiting Muslims into the Waffen-SS. To their credit, most Arabs don't really notice. * The Arab Uprising of 1947-1948: again led by Haj Amin al-Husseini. Since the British were leaving, it was mostly directed at the Jews (with the Jews fighting back with the paramilitary Palmach , regular Haganah, irregular Irgun, and the
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