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Arabs, Jews, and the 1948 war: background material.

Habonim. Gt. Brit. Machleket chinuch.

Arabs, Jews, and the 1948 war: background material.

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Published by M. C. Habonim in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish-Arab relations.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS119.7 .H27
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[1], 23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5159707M
    ISBN 100950072109
    LC Control Number74477884
    OCLC/WorldCa81951

    Presumably the Arab goal in the Arab-Israeli war was to defeat Israel. Total victory would probably mean the total control of the whole Mandatory Palestine, which at .


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Arabs, Jews, and the War: Background Material by World Habonim, Machleket Chinuch. Nonetheless, certain assumptions have been common to all Israeli narratives: A profound faith in the purity of Jewish arms, a deep-rooted belief of the Arabs’ enormous superiority in manpower and war material, a conviction of the Arabs’ determination “to throw the Jews into the Mediterranean” and finally the recollections of the Arab.

This history of the foundational war in the Arab-Israeli conflict is groundbreaking, objective, and deeply revisionist. A riveting account of the military engagements, it also focuses on the war's political dimensions. Benny Morris probes the motives and aims of the protagonists on the basis of newly opened Israeli and Arabs documentation.4/5(2).

The first large-scale assaults began on January 9,when approximately 1, Arabs attacked Jewish communities in northern Palestine. By February, the British Arabs so many Arabs had Jews they lacked the forces to run them back.

5 In fact, the British turned over bases and arms to Arab irregulars and the Arab Legion. – Israel’s War of Independence and the Palestinian Nakbah. In November the United Nations (UN) voted to partition the British mandate of Palestine into a Jewish state and an Arab state (see United Nations Resolution ).

Clashes broke out almost immediately between Jews and Arabs in Palestine. The Arab-Israeli war was the first instance of a bloody and hostile battle, triggered by the declaration of Israel’s independence on 14 May (Schulzep.

13). The war was caused by a number of ‘international and intraregional factors’ intertwining to create a complex situation and catalyst for war (Hurewitzp.

73). During the Palestine war, aroundPalestinian Arabs out of thewho lived in the territories that became Israel fled or were expelled from their homes.

The causes of this exodus are controversial and debated by : Ilan Pappé. Question: "Why do Jews and Arabs / Muslims hate each other?" Answer: First, it is important to understand that not all Arabs are Muslims, and not all Muslims are Arabs.

While a majority of Arabs are Muslims, there are many non-Muslim Arabs. Further, there are significantly more non-Arab Muslims in areas such as Indonesia and Malaysia than there are Arab Muslims.

Almost immediately, war broke out between Jews and Arabs in the region. The Arab-Israeli War involved Israel and five Arab nations—Jordan, Iraq, Syria, Egypt and Lebanon. This conflict marked. If you are interested in a factual book written by someone non partisan then look no further than this book here: This is what is written about this book in Amazon From Time Immemorial: The Origins of the Arab-Jewish Conflict over Palestine: Joan.

Before World War Two, Haganah had been, from the British viewpoint, a terrorist organisation that used violence to defend the Jewish h attacked Palestinian Arabs and aspects of British rule in Palestine. By the time Israel had gained its independence, Haganah was effectively the army for Israel.

Many members of Haganah had gained military experience during World War. - Arab and Jewish Refugees During the fighting many Palestinian Arabs fled or were driven from the Jews, which came under Israeli control.

Haganah (Hebrew: הַהֲגָנָה, lit. The Defence) was the main paramilitary organization of the Jewish population ("Yishuv") in Mandatory Palestine between andwhen it became the core of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).

Formed out of previous existing militias, its original purpose was to defend Jewish settlements from Arab attacks, such as the riots of, and Country: Yishuv, Mandatory Palestine, Israel. Inapproximat Jews lived in Egypt. Aro Jews left Egypt during –49 following the events of the Arab–Israeli War (including the Cairo bombings).

A further 5, left between –56, in the wake of the Egyptian Revolution of and later the false flag Lavon Affair. Nathan Weinstock hadn’t planned to write a book about the Jews of Arab lands.

But when he looked for information about the modern history of Moroccan or Iraqi Jewry, he was surprised to discover that there was no book in French that told the story of the elimination of the Jewish communities in the Middle East and North Africa in the midth : Adi Schwartz.

The causes and explanations of the exodus of Palestinian Arabs that arose during the – Civil War in Mandatory Palestine and the Arab–Israeli War are a matter of great controversy between historians, journalists and commentators of the Arab–Israeli conflict.

THE SIX-DAY WAR AND ITS IMPACT ON ARAB AND ISRAELI CONFLICT 93 1. The withdrawal of Israeli armed forces from the occupied territories. Respect for and recognition of any sovereignty.

A solution to the Palestinian refugee problem. The Arabs were willing to make peace with Israel and recognise Israel’s right to exist, but only after theFile Size: 85KB. If the Yishuv's state were to be both Jewish and democratic, more Jews would have to immigrate or many Arabs would have to leave.

Inmost of the Arabs left, having fled the war or been Author: Guardian Staff. That is not true of Israel. Arab Israelis are full citizens, bearing the same rights as Jewish Israelis. Arabs hold political and military positions, including among Israel’s courts and governing body, the Knesset.

Arabs participate freely in the Israeli economy without segregation of. When Salim Tamari was researching his book on Arab neighborhoods in the Jerusalem area that were destroyed or conquered during the war, he had to ask Jewish-Israeli colleagues to go to the Israel State Archives to retrieve material for him.

The history of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict began with the establishment of the state of Israel in This conflict came from the intercommunal violence in Mandatory Palestine between Israelis and Arabs from and erupted into full-scale hostilities in the –48 civil conflict continues to the present day on various levels.

multiple promises to both the Palestinian Arabs and the Jewish Israelites that began the war known at the Israel-Palestine conflict. Hitler’s war against the Jews further complicated the fight over Palestine due to the Jews fleeing persecution in Europe and their need for a homeland.

Arabs were in fear of losing their land to Jews and thusFile Size: KB. the attempted destruction of the Jews in World War II. Muslims and Jews both affirm the unity of God. True. Arabs were in agreement with the United Nations General Assembly decision concerning Israel in The book of Ecclesiastes.

primarily between Israel and the Arab states for at least thirty years, hence the subtitle of this book. Today, however, the Arab-Israeli con-flict no longer exists.

Israel still has peace treaties with only two Arab states, Egypt and Jordan; however, none of the other states considers themselves at war with Israel. On 14 Mayone day before the end of the British Mandate of Palestine, the leaders of the Jewish community in Palestine led by prime minister David Ben-Gurion, made a declaration of independence, of the State of Israel though without any reference to defined borders.

Arab–Israeli War. The armies of Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Iraq invaded the territory Germany: ≈10,   Why Jews and Muslims Both Have Religious Claims on Jerusalem. as a place established in His name,” according to the Book of Deuteronomy.

Why It’s So Difficult to Win a War in Afghanistan. A Brief Bibliography of the Israel-Palestine Conflict. Ben-Ami, Shlomo, Scars of War, Wounds of Peace: The Israeli Arab Tragedy, Oxford University Press, This book is must reading for anyone interested in the history of the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations under the Barak administrations, because Ben-Ami was a major 't learn about the history of the.

Jews currently have the means to sustain any Israeli policy in the conflict with Arabs. Moderately foolish Israeli policy is better than no policy, and would end the Arab Israeli conflict sooner.

Nothing is so costly in Jewish lives, material, reputation, and public resolve as Israel's constant wavering in prosecuting the conflict. War Israel is officially formed Israel attacked by six Arab nations Approx. Palestinians fled or were forced to leave Over approx.

Jews in Arab countries also fled or were forced to leave for Israel Israel After War: Jordan controls West Bank and Egypt controls Gaza StripFile Size: KB. After the British left in due to attacks from both Jews and Arabs, the United Nations took over and decided to divide up Palestine into an Arab (yellow) and Jewish (Brown) states.

The Jews accepted this UN plan, although, it did not include their holy city of Jerusalem and was less territory than promised under the British.

A Quick Summary of the Arab Israeli Conflict In the British issued the Balfour declaration, in which they supported the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. The League of Nations confirmed a British Mandate on Palestine, after World War I, based on the British pledge to establish a Jewish homeland.

new Jewish State would not have many internal troubles in view of the fact that the Arab inhabitants of the Jewish State would be equal in number to the Jews. The latter replied "Oh no. That will be fixed.

A few calculated massacres will soon get rid of them."3 On April the 9thMenachem Beigin led a "deliberate and unpro-File Size: KB. Israel and The Jewish People. people were subject to great violence and massacres. directed by Arab civilians or forces of the neighboring Arab states.

During World War II, the Nazi regime in Germany decimated about 6 million Jews creating the great tragedy of The Holocaust. Inthe Jewish Community in Israel under. the leadership of David.

The 50 Years War Israel And The Arabs Part 1 & The 50 Years War Israel And The Arabs Par - Duration: Aspania Konteroviews. Morris, Benny, A History of the First Arab-Israeli War, () Yale University Press.

ISBN ; Reiter, Yitzhak, National Minority, Regional Majority: Palestinian Arabs Versus Jews in Israel (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution), () Syracuse Univ Press (Sd).

ISBN   Published on Let's look at a map and retrace the history and major events of the Jewish people throughout the world. Part. Four Arab states invaded the new state of Israel, and in the ensuing war, three-quarters-of-a-million Palestinians fled their homes and became refugees.

The Jews won the war, and a cease-fire was. Those who read The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine will not learn that in the first week after the passage of the U.N. partition plan, Arabs murdered 62 Jews. In the following month, Arabs killed an additional By March 1,Jews had been murdered and, by Ben-Gurion's declaration of independence, the total was over 1,Author: Seth J.

Frantzman. the story of the origin of Palestinian dispossession inwhat they call Nakbah/Catastrophe, has perhaps its best literary expression in the prominent Lebanese novelist Elias Khoury's celebrated novel "Gate of the Sun" ()--translated into English by Humphrey Davies--for those of you who still have time and room left on your summer reading list I strongly recommend this.

Why is there so much animosity between Jews and Arabs / Muslims. First, it is important to note that not all Arabs are Muslims and not all Muslims or Jews hate one another. But there is, generally speaking, a long-standing animosity between Jews and Arabs.

The reasons for this situation are complex and have a basis extending back to biblical times. Adding 7 million Arabs to Israel’s population would make Jews a minority — Israel’s total population is about 8 million, a number that includes the million Arabs already : Zack Beauchamp.

What's holding the Arab world back? Why, by nearly every measure, are Muslim nations so far behind the West economically, culturally and scientifically? Bret Stephens, Global View columnist for.For Jews, and in particular for Israelis, their victory in the war of is a veritable miracle in which, against tremendous odds and through heroic military effort, the Jewish community succeeded in thwarting attempts by the Arab states to destroy book integrates new archival material with the findings of recent scholarship to.