The British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel
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  • 1. The British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel
  • 2. This article discusses the British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel. “Palestine” started to slip away from the hands of Muslim Ottoman rule after their defeat at the hands of the British in 1917 during World War I. The British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel
  • 3. The British soldiers who had captured Jerusalem from the Turks were led by General Sir Edmund Allenby (b. 1861 – d. 1936). The British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel
  • 4. The British rulers implemented an overhaul of the city by requiring new buildings through strategic town planning. The British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel
  • 5. Emir Faisal had earlier joined hands with the British Army to fight the Ottoman Empire in an effort to get Arabs gain control of the Arab regions that were under the Ottoman rule. The British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel
  • 6. In this agreement, Faisal conditionally accepted the Balfour Declaration based on the fulfillment of British wartime promises. The British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel
  • 7. The primary objective of the creation of the British Mandate for Palestine was to fulfill the dream of the World Zionist Organization in helping establish a Jewish homeland in the land of Palestine as engraved in the Balfour Declaration of 1917. The British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel
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    • The day after Israel declared its independence , four of Israel’s Arab neighbors (namely Egypt , Syria , Lebanon and Iraq) declared war against the new state .
    The British Mandate for Palestine and Creation of Israel
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