Chapter Two: A New State

Anderson, Tim
January 2009
Israel & Palestine;2009, p2
Presents an overview of the conflict between the Israeli and Palestinian people since 1948. United Nations vote to partition Palestine, with one section containing a majority of Jews, the other a majority of Arabs; Details of the attack on the new state of Israel by Egypt, Syria and Jordan; Israel's attack against Egypt, Jordan and Syria in 1967; Conditions among Palestinian refugees.


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