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Did the Palestinians leave voluntarily or were they expelled? 1 Terrorism and the end of British rule in Palestine 1945–8 Key question: How did the Zionists lay the groundwork for independence and prepare for an independent state? What was Zionist policy in Palestine during the war and how did it change after the war? British and Zionist policy in Palestine The Jews in Palestine were represented by the Jewish Agency (see page 23) and it shaped Zionist policy in Palestine. In effect, it was a state within a state.
Source R What do you think BenGurion meant by the words ‘in another way’ in Source R? An excerpt from a letter from Ben-Gurion to his son, October, 1937, quoted in The Iron Wall: Israel and the Arab World by Avi Shlaim, Penguin, London, UK, 2000, page 21. Ben-Gurion was the leader of the Jewish Agency. I am certain we will be able to settle in all the other parts of the country, whether through agreement and mutual understanding with our Arab neighbours or in another way. So, although the official policy of the Jewish Agency was to accept a Jewish state in part of Palestine, alongside an Arab one, Ben-Gurion and some other leaders hoped for a Jewish state in all of Palestine.
The author, a Palestinian leader, believed the Declaration was a violation of the Covenant of the League of Nations, as well as being an ‘immoral, unjust and illegal promise’. Furthermore, because the Palestinians were entitled to a state according to the UN Charter, the UN could not impose a decision on the Palestinians that went against their rights. 1b) The message conveyed in Source B is that Jewish terrorists in the Irgun were targeting British soldiers in Palestine. The photograph, published in a British newspaper, suggests that the Irgun was willing to do anything to achieve their goals.
Access to History for the IB Diploma. The Arab-Israeli conflict 1945-79 by Michael Scott-Baumann