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|Title:||Colonizing palestine the confluence of two opposing trends of a western question||Authors:||Haddad, Mahmoud O.||Affiliations:||Faculty of Arts and Sciences||Keywords:||Anti-Semitism
British policy in Palestine
|Issue Date:||2020-01-01||Part of:||Contemporary Arab Affairs||Volume:||13||Issue:||2||Start page:||100||End page:||120||Abstract:||
This study compiles historical information to highlight the role played by both East and West European countries in the creation of Israel since before World War I. East European countries, especially Russia, Poland, and Romania, were as effective in this regard as the West Europeans. While racial policies were paramount in East Europe, including Germany, religious and strategic policies were as effective in the West, especially in Britain. Two points can be redrawn in this regard: That the question of Palestine was a Western question on both sides of the continent; it had nothing to do with the Eastern question that engulfed the Ottoman Empire before and during World War I. Additionally while World War II did not start the process of creating Israel, it accelerated it since the United States became an active supporter of the Zionist project. The second conclusion explains why all major powers give so much latitude to Israel, regardless of its constant neglect of international law to this very day.
|Appears in Collections:||Cultural Studies Program|
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