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striving to deal with the changing world. and preparing their children for a different way of life. the last nomads of morocco on al-jazeera. you're watching algis there i'm still rob and these are all top news stories israel is denying reports that it has agreed to a truce with palestinian factions in garza israel has struck dozens of targets in the gaza strip in response to attacks by how our sunday group islamic jihad the palestinian factions launched their biggest assault on israel in four years the u.s. has requested an urgent un security council meeting on the rocket strikes bennett smith reports from gaza. the sound of explosions occurred over gaza for much of tuesday it's been the most intense
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exchange of rockets and mortars between israel and various fighting groups here for four years. israeli defenses intercepted many even all of the rockets. one of the armed groups in gaza islamic jihad said it would launch rockets because israel killed three of its men to look out post earlier in the week. which runs gaza that israel had escalated tensions. this is collation is very dangerous for the zionist occupation and the complete responsibility for this is an eats rethink ations compiler's who knows that the crimes will be responded to with resistance. israel's military said that some mortars hit a kibbutz and its kindergarten before it opened for the day. israel views with utmost gravity the attacks against it and its communities by hamas and islamic jihad from the gaza strip the military will respond with great force to these
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attacks israel will exact a heavy price from anyone who tries to attack it and we view hammer as the responsible party to prevent such attacks against us or. throughout tuesday other armed groups have joined in firing rockets and mortars into israel and israel's military has continued to hit targets in gaza ultimately hamas has influence over all these armed groups and is believed to be trying to calm things down but there is a lot of frustration here that after more than two months of protest more than one hundred people killed palestinians here and closer to ending israel's blockade of gaza but it's with al-jazeera. in a separate development israel has released all of these seventeen palestinian protesters detained on a boat sailing to cyprus now they attempted to breach the naval blockade of gaza the israeli navy intercepted the boat shortly after the departure and towed it to
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an israeli port. u.s. state department has suggested the summit between donald trump and kim jong un in singapore next month is back home the north korean leader's right hand man is traveling to the u.s. for talks with the secretary of state mike pompei is a prominent russian journalist has been shot and killed at his apartment in ukraine a card was a well known critic of president vladimir putin now police in kiev say the forty one year old could have been targeted because of his job early on tuesday reaction was swift from ukraine and russia at the united nations. you wouldn't have today in kiev a russian national the reporter arkadi was killed this happened literally a couple of hours ago we can suppose now that the ukrainians will look you russia of it has already happened on many occasions of course most gore always can see that he is an enemy our police already started investigation is too
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early to see who is behind it burn and understand in. similar cases we have strong reasons just says attrition there's jhoom glory also also as a deer ticks for disability in ukraine israel conduct of threats of terrorism some versions in political or assisting nations libya's rival factions of agreeing to hold elections in december aimed at ending seven years of instability the leaders of the forming groups pledge their commitment to the vote at a summit in paris hosted by french president manuel my crawl back prime minister fires are surat and military leader khalifa haftar saying they'll respect the results those are the headlines and back with more news in thirty minutes here on our next it's. do stay with us.
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nineteen forty eight. palestinians that you and or the catastrophe. when hundreds of thousands were forced out of their homes.
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for israelis that marks the closing of the state of israel. as a filmmaker and as a palestinian this documentary series was my way to understand the evidence of the past that are still shaping the present. it is the word is real within picture and it got it read.
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the original your duel for a share of these real jeffers being gathered in the groves of palestine for shipment already. images from another time when palestinians still worked their land. a few palestinians if any could imagine they were to become victims of what would later be known as ethnic cleansing in. the. after thirty years of british rule the question of this time. the un now became the forum for conflict talks focused on dividing palestine into
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an arab and jewish state program. probably. would not have been. crafted. but rather. crude. and without. november the twenty ninth one thousand nine hundred forty seven the un general assembly met to devise a plan for the partition of palestine from the heat of the. world that i in the likud limerick worked out with some solace from here when we sat for us to united nations resolution one eighty one divided palestine into an arab and a jewish state with jerusalem being an internationalized city. a jewish state. be granted fifty six percent of the land. the city of jaffa was included as an
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enclave of the arab state. the land known today as the gaza strip was split from its surrounding agricultural regions making the proposed state all but impractical in the eyes of many palestinians the draft resolution was presented for a vote on our. docket but it. wouldn't do. for. america we assess if there were far the trauma here yet the some are other what their fathers'. up value for dart was but if it does show we it other women to be do well will further further for but do if if there was philip green with what he made the other men to do or at other for the watercolor but darted m.e.p. either here. it possibly whether he possibly borrow
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a lot of sweet william to not have a possible eat it up last week. and then the amicable battle arab newspapers ran a name in shameless the countries that voted for the un partition plan and the arab protesters took to the streets. it was unthinkable in the united nations where any other place in the world that a national liberation movement would share the land with the settler community by dividing them what was important for the zionist in you know the mission petition resolution was that it provided israel with international diplomacy but they didn't care for the borders or it didn't stop them from thinking how to dispossess the palestinians and others have seen. how little circum of the blood only at home like a funnel both of us and the without it bit i fear who're. what that they think of the you know the feedback at leisure they had to be aware of danny let me let
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measured in the food the around. quality the laodicea. difference. following the partition resolution britain announced it would end its mandate in palestine and made a fourteen thousand nine hundred forty eight. outraged by the vote for partition the arab league decided to prepare the palestinians for an existence. some three thousand volunteers some from across the arab world were sent the training in syria a figurehead for the struggle was the grand mufti of jerusalem meanwhile his theme from his refuge in lebanon he felt confident the palestinians with help from the arab countries prevailed as aminah said if it's about the team commitment on the arse of snow in my country for us to have a fit what their own country feels when in the unusual. and come out in a sagami and we should focus from supply chain can we show for which items to open
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up about home kind of enough we can assure you and so we did our dog. alison ians began to organize local committees for self-defense by the end of one nine hundred forty seven groups of young men were traveling to damascus beirut and cairo to acquire weapons and receive military training. in the lead but that that law would that that's their. right and one third all right and i thought about. this as their thought but all day i mean they're not for the theater a lot of sharing some credit but also did it. with another ad that america i don't know if you have the rest of that but not the i'm would not the dictator thought what a good. that the cloud but a couple of the bigger why are you because they have added a third bad project. to the french.
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early one nine hundred forty eight despite the presence of the british the jewish agency led by david ben-gurion asserted increasing military and mr tive influence in palestine jewish paramilitary forces included the hagana the irgun and the stern . during the first half of one nine hundred forty eight their numbers swelled to as many as forty thousand men and women. on the other side there were as few as three thousand palestinian irregulars. this was the remnants of the fighting force smashed by the british after the arab revolt in ninety six. there were also an estimated four thousand volunteers from the region known as the arab liberation army led by an arab nationalist. a look. in terms of fighters the palestinians were outnumbered and outgunned small group of that is leaders and
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military commanders met regularly on the weekly basis from february one thousand forty seven to february nineteenth for only a year planning the ethnic cleansing. didn't decide about it in a day they had the weekly meetings and each week they became more and more convinced this was the right way forward in the first week of one nine hundred forty eight still ities picked up there were two bomb attacks against palestinian targets. first a car bomb destroyed the old autumn in government house in jaffa it killed twenty six people. the second the bombing of the semiramis hotel in jerusalem killed over twenty. at oaks for the university's middle east center. we found an important document it contained details of a meeting on january the sixth one nine hundred forty eight between the british
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high commission of a palestine and they had been during. the high commission or inquired about reports that tague and i was responsible for the attack on the some enormous hotel. ben-gurion conceded this might be the case. and in a letter he sent two days later ben-gurion confirmed how going as responsibility for the attack. during the first three months of nine hundred forty eight jewish paramilitary groups carried down to dozens of attacks on palestinian cities and villages some operations were carried out by special units of jews disguised desirous know as mystery of it yet hold further up that law a little believe. for. a minute more. by now. consider. from now. or not all of.
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them in rio. a direct challenge to the united nations and its cause of war prevention comes from that this time the definition of legal and illegal forces becomes daily amount of skill and going to the force first legally raised for the defense of just seven months appears to function hand in glove with . the outlawed terrorist on. the well trained jewish forces began to put their plans into action. on february the fifteen thousand nine hundred forty eight fighters from the hug an armed power markel going to his ations attack the village of caesarea near haifa. a young man called youth sacra bean is believed to have been one of the field commanders in the assault. over one thousand palestinians were expelled from cancer as the village was torched to the ground. what the
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news forces did they. targeted five villages on the coast in the experiment with it to see whether it works and they expelled the inhabitants five villages under the eyes of the british soldiers who were there or still there to make forty eight and they found out that he was quite easy that it didn't take much there wasn't much resistance the british did not interfere there us. that was like a fear support and one of us that here was an illust and you know that here for us on here going to the word but what will be asked about a lot of them are the last areas like india that minute but you know sort of chef we know sally she done a childhood of checked it out in a lie to me from sitting in the can with her case i mean a big knife and a dollar
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a collage didn't come in. march the tenth proved to be a fateful day. the final meeting was on the tenth of march like in forty eight when they play and when they drafted the plan all there is plenty of play. which finalize the last details about the how to expel the palestinians in this process them. in body on. their muslim. must be for. me at this of the. both of them a diary entry from being gory and exposes the extent of the zionist agenda he writes in each attack a decisive blow should be struck resulting in the destruction of homes and the expulsion of the population. the palestinian and arab fighters determined to resist this newspaper from march the sixteenth one thousand nine hundred forty eight reports that a jordanian volunteer commander of the haifa garrus was trying to obtain weapons.
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his name was mohammed al who. can work in the haifa well i'm a number of indian implemented that he was has enough. stuff out of him of the bottle softener just a lot of more than it was starved to and it was true when i was but then he would have one of the above on the crew bus or conclusion or the fellow was the. time of year going to an r.v. while. i have been there for i'm out of the lot of one of. my staff so minus the whole of that when it's a lot of use let me let my child while deny develop the stock. for the words. the west. has allowed a comedian and as their fear a fear out to one man the confidence is that human. cognition now the.
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mantilla for reform. the idea. for of the electrodes because they must come. and i believe and could have wear their clothes in a static and one i. will see. alvan eighty was killed in an ambush on the road to haifa he had fought for palestine and had maybe ultimate price. up the other all of his seine was the charismatic commander of palestinian forces in the jerusalem area he traveled to damascus to plead for arms he returned empty handed. on the sixth of april he wrote a letter to the arab league holding it responsible for leaving the palestinians defenseless and without arms eventually al husseini had to sell his grandfather's land to buy weapons on april the eighth he rushed to the defense of castile
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a village overlooking the tel of the jerusalem road. here arab fighters faced heavily armed jewish forces. al husseini was an experienced commander having force against the british during the one nine hundred thirty six hour revolt. he was killed in the battle of castile. his funeral drew a large crowd of mourners his death was a severe blow to the palestinian. jewish forces were gaining the upper hand. they began to see in areas that the un partition plan had a lot to do the arab state. in this land grab little discrimination was made
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between fighters and civilians. at dawn on april the ninth one thousand nine hundred forty eight a combined force of irgun and stern gang fighters moved into the village of dia yes seen near jerusalem. the result was a massacre over one hundred palestinians were killed including women children and the elderly. wowed them about their sleep. can attempt to note it at a kilometer and knocked up with it in a blizzard returning from courts one time a bottle and. feed it is seen let me at the heart of the laser mentioned in the british british. then we are population about there is no doubt because we were a bear the poster i will pray for to police the country. and the whole kind. of
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fourteen had hit the i can get shot all this shekel love uselessness. bob dylan should feel that he had. the loony had it or could never she fished nada the set out baby who they were for the cd what more was a mother could fill look at british troops began their withdrawal a month before the date set for the end of the mandate as soon as they moved out of an area jewish fighters moved in. can't convince you but you thought me when you heard that come can feel who go to bed but i'll bet it for can it still him to give them a good clip willingly is. and you feel being full of the media who would use to move and can sit in the movie need. to hear what i just put up we still.
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could come. over your rough order after your dramatic that you know i'm not cover more ground on a short. duration a job there and out of here for years have felt a little then a shutdown or want to come home with the government but i had a job or larry but it's on us it's the holiday. done it's in your own good. to tell us now i could not send them to you with a laugh but it's on. the top of the office of the sat was. talking shit about it you had to use a gun on a bit and not a human animal that did it but the obviously but the part that they haven't come by that can be defied i think. wendy can i mean that i eat out if i don't see it the.
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where the father of death was mean anybody that for suppose it was about puffs present it but if. you know where he where you direct about a cease and we have to see thought i can tell that he might be that you had it and that for a medina. other. than what i did have the ability. for the sleeping activity to a place i thought it was that was part of the british zap me a new yahoo lopaka for the weather because i don't show up after the hop either you know. and i will be well bob wedded to it was awfully hearty when he took the cup it was such fun while he thought it by g. a b. had over it at midnight was that for a while dr shah wells was a bubbly. whatever profits or whether that other party was the situation around. on april the eighteenth the british army withdrew
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from the city of tire perience before leaving they forced some five thousand of the city's arab inhabitants to evacuate their homes. the following day jewish forces seized tybee areas shatov but all my faith again a lot but a little bit up on the young. and philistine me and men in haifa in the eyes that he lama that i hate and for this to mean shut up. forward a little funny. people the twenty first by noon the last british troops completed their withdrawal from i for. that very afternoon the city was stormed by thousands of how you know fighters.
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some palestinians and arab volunteers stayed to defend their homes after a two day street battle sixty of them had been killed the rest withdrew from the city and never lend their behavior. let me think that hey that area that it will i see if. i measure my love is that we have a lot that allah. from the height heading north to lebanon came right possibly trade school but it entrance gate. and it is a sand site because to me and many poor are some pickup truck car beds on the top some on the. never end industry of arabs coming out of the city
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the jews to drive them out of the arab side of haifa very sad so we can to stop them. there is no doubt about that we had the armor to do it. fifty thousand arabs were forced to flee their homes my phone never to return. today a memorial stands in the city erected by the israelis it commemorates with a cool the liberation of haifa. the nature of news as it breaks this is one of the areas where protestants had blocked the road through the final higher than anything else they could find with detailed coverage of this extremely hot blood stream which everyone striving for the good of the state from around the world this museum aims to be
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a way of posset torrie over regions history and its perfected war that has divided tribes here for generations. it's a centuries old battle and the battle is being passed to a new generation. witness follows a young native american as he takes the struggle into the twenty first century america everybody's been although we give you sacrifice of that. is a good piece on this can be remembered all all go on a knife range on al-jazeera. one of the really special things about working for al-jazeera is that even as a camera woman i get to have so much empathy and contribution to a story i feel we cover this region better than anyone else would be what it is you know it's very challenging they believe but the good because you have a lot of people that are divided on political issues we are we the people we live
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to tell the real stories are just mended is to deliver in-depth journalism we don't feel inferior to the audience across the globe. well i'm still run when you're watching al-jazeera live from doha these are all top news stories israel is denying reports that it has agreed to a truce with palestinian factions in garza it has struck dozens of targets in the gaza strip in response to attacks by hamas on the armed group islamic jihad the u.s. has requested an urgent u.n. security council meeting on the rocket strikes the u.s. state department has suggested the summit between donald trump became drunk and in singapore next month is back home the north korean leader's right hand man is traveling to the u.s. for talks with secretary of state mike pompei oh also
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a prominent russian journalist has been shot and killed at his apartment in ukraine a card it was a well known critic of president vladimir putin police in kiev say the forty one year old could have been targeted because of his job it's being reported about change you left russia because he feared for his life. stewart's you would nuke you today in kiev russian national reporter arkadi was killed this happened literally a couple of hours ago we can suppose now that the ukrainians ability russia of it has already happened on many occasions of course most gore always conceded he is an enemy our police already started investigation is too early to see who is behind it burn and understand in. similar cases we have strong reasons just says attrition there's jhoom glory
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also also as a deer ticks for disability in ukraine israel conduct of friends of terrorism some russians in political or assisting nations. libya's rival factions of agree to hold elections in december aimed at ending seventy years of instability the leaders of the forming groups pledge that commitment to the vote at a summit in paris hosted by the french president will not crawl back to prime minister fayyad surat and military leader even have to say there will spect the results the u.n. has called on saudi arabia to provide more information on women's rights activists held in custody at least thirteen people were detained in a government crackdown they've been accused of suspicious contact with foreigners. those were the headlines i'll be back with the news hour in thirty minutes to stay with us on al-jazeera.
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by late april one thousand nine hundred forty eight the city of haifa had fallen to jewish forces. the coastal town of jaffa was now the next target. here must have been given. only care that the button what decibel othella be bored. to her. dad after when you can't afford it but. at the end it didn't wholly get that way to really getting an f. camera you see about where he behold she. and there look there. are other shave only wrestlers skating or. although designated as part of the arab state in one thousand nine hundred forty seven un partition plan jewish forces set their sights on jaffa. during the last week of april bombing of the city
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intensified the city's inhabitants were forced to flee the shelling by sea to lebanon and by road to east palestine and jordan. by may the fourteenth one nine hundred forty eight the hug had taken control of jaffa seventy thousand of its inhabitants had fled. the remaining males were transferred to central detention camps. detainees were forced to bury the corpses of fellow citizens now rotting in the streets.
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they were also forced to transport the contents of arab homes ransacked by jewish fight in. kenya to membership in that way a federal woman has a lot of be here with greedy and ham and they would move. and no can. make tibet it ham them after but in the one accordance with the democrats with the what took place the two darnley own fee and met and big jam and their belief in which. men has it in their them that they will i'm one of them up in a study just on your feet how many of them that is your. method. for me that is
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just what opiate them up at the show many of us do have a bond with self but if i've been absorbed in the month of the seventy you must do or should know about of no. never mind that we're at the we've got another lost lot of money in the bin at the ship that has thought it will us of the will but for a year to get there is you just sort of been left in the very little you horrible pub we can use the bus or. well battered but that's not what they were going to. let them at the home. about possible trouble starts when bucky ecomil feet out of people. and his at the met in an open and with them. i mean that. they can in a sort of. more hostile i mean that is you have. got to be ashamed of the. what i'm focused on the year and the in
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a month but then what. woman whom. i looked up to get the less you know i've been in a sense and i stay to get a slice. it happened many times that easily. really all very holy. soldiers ten of the youngsters in the middle of the village shop there just in order to kill them in order that all the others will see and blood away and if it's not enough they took others also the palestinians left of the own accord. and in the expectation of a triumphal return another variant of this version is that the palestinians
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left on orders from the leaders to clear the decks for the invading. arab armies and their promise that after the great are a victory they will be able to return to their homes so that is the traditional. version and it's completely untrue and there is massive amount of hard evidence to contradict this version half of the palestinians became who became refugees were already expelled from their houses by may nine hundred forty eight so why i could say that out of the five hundred thirty palestinian villages that were destroyed in the night in forty eight about half of these villages were already demolished by the fifteenth of may.
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ethnic cleansing is an ideology that wants to get rid of one ethnic group in its entirety from the place where it lives the second stage of ethnic cleansing is to erase these people from the places history so it's also a cultural act of your asia of wiping them out of history of out of memory. and the third stage is to make sure that it will never come back. although the british army was still present in palestine jewish paramilitaries seized control of five major cities some two hundred villages were destroyed. ahead of the full british withdrawal more than three hundred fifty thousand palestinians were driven from their last. may the fifteenth was the date set for the end of the british mandate. yet for the jews this posed
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a problem the fifteenth fell on a saturday the sabbath. so celebrates three announcements of the jewish state was sent out a day earlier on friday may the fourteenth. the british army hasten their retreat the jews had been gearing up to take over in fact they were assuring jewish before the. fourteenth of may a few days before otoh got to frag they were in maryland they were geared up by they were geared up and ready to go. on may the fourteenth one thousand nine hundred forty eight in this grand jury still in the home the last british high commissioner of palestine alan counting on signed a document terminating the british mandate. over three decades the british presence had helped a with the way for the realisation of the zionists dream. of
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the minister of britain than do you are taking one hour in the morning counting and inspected the guard of honor in front of his jerusalem home. he then flew to haifa. from haifa he sailed to cyprus and the british flag was lowered. from the time the british occupied palestine in one nine hundred seventeen to when they left in one thousand nine hundred forty eight the number of jews is estimated to have multiplied ten times to hoffer million meanwhile as the british bid farewell to palestine ben-gurion arrived in tel aviv to ceremoniously declare the independence of the state of israel. well that is.
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all. oh up my love with the law your the ball well. and. the state of israel was signed into existence at the stroke of a pen by twenty five leading members of the jewish community. here the behind the bangor ian hung a portrait of theodore hurt sole author of the book the jewish state back in one thousand nine hundred six. the star of david was hoisted the very same flag that had been raised in the settlement of reshown let's see on in one thousand nine hundred five since zionism is
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a dynamic. movement. they there was no they knew that there was no finality about the borders there. they knew that opportunities with the rise in due course. to take the rest of it and they did. and one to six or seven it was the thinking behind the zionist movement gradual there the building of a jewish state and then the gradual expansion of the borders of the jewish state is real they have pneumonia and the new citizens of israel to the north trying the jewish declaration of independence believe in korean. to the miers woman member of the new council and foreign minister of what. i'm writing from and become due through three hundred twenty minutes after the tel of
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eve ceremony the united states and mended a document on what they had previously referred to as the new jewish state the new wording now read the state of israel it was signed by president harry truman and then announced by the us representative to the united nations united states recognized the provision of the regime and. the fact. that israel a new state was born on the foundations of the british mandate. and the house and i lay in what i thought an environment the menace and alan is the clear let me add the one with how do i come here i mean if you are like with the other heba and the clear the sony it will be clear that's been going on and. we'll hear a. minute entered the minute a molecular come here from out you have the underside out there and i'm a tumble i'm on
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a summer to dawdle every year futile or more bustle of them. so that i'm going to. focus a lot of us who are going to put if it would all go on was a certain. elysia c.e.o. more subtle ability. the eight. for your costars comes. the maryland. have to be. what i did. more good work. will make that we come out or not potentially and we'll have them fuck up well and there's a media as well as the me just what i mean when what and when it is. well. known was. instance that the lead though to not just. the british had not allowed forces from neighboring arab countries to enter palestine until after their departure by may the fifteenth with the last
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british troops gone arab armies and to become tree from the borders of lebanon egypt and what was then called trans-jordan their declared objective to liberate palestine that day the new york times ran the headline jews in grave danger in muslim lands have come back to the united states to tell jews in the united states how the state of israel has been formed. and holding their ground in their country instead of the fact that they have been out numbered by the arabs and the arabs have come much better equipped with heavy and the jews have in their possession their reasoning is a simple one. rather fighting in family time the state of israel and fighting for the only thing that they have in their possession it is life or death to them the
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jewish forces in nine hundred forty seven forty eight they were far stronger far more numerous actually than the combined arab. they were highly. prepare. highly dedicated well armed. fighting force which was superior to all the arab armies by except perhaps one army which the one army which they didn't really take on and they made a deal with really talking about the jordanian army and happy and yes a lot of us are violently the hurts people seen for me there and then taken as the admission that he. didn't think. the sun and the couldn't just let it get that it is shouted at them to. also eleven. million who didn't let us getting in without our being and most i didn't look at that just got to be typical mad that i'm taken with the head that the. one of them are american who really care
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why have there been given medic of the law family for general one hundred damage only in jewish iraq if you look at calumet dorman book of that was the fact one of the most. bitterly divided disorganized and ramshackle coalitions in the history of modern warfare i got so used in there was lots of people are probably going to tumble out of the hobbit with no plan and how to explain to the public and snap most of the wisdom of the messiah seductive for this did not look at liberty. to say would be your mother so to call her good and him together and to me that's better mika thought of it as your kind of a toss of the garbage world market with plenty of good out of the real job. you know what about he is kind of the market to sell poseidon but how much for. two days after the arab armies entered palestine the israeli forces drew their focus on
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a cost a little would. not be new on women have not been met though the fool not near on him. and bill them for the month in the month of the initiate. a lot of the let me have a. foul and ten thousand of its inhabitants were expelled. and naomi. is that good because it's lent. being got better stuff up propped up rockefeller well a nod to. the north. where you have nothing and nothing left what if the job board . meant amendment added thoughtfully i thought. what a lie and i'm out of club a lot of cooked up to have enough to know that i think i'm to tend to right for the
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door then matteis am katich is that what he amount of thought saw. that he had donated brandy what about now how they have the right a cat it could go. for a major i don't know you diana very dull but it's more got him go through all of which have a tighter feel bored a bit out there your. not something i'd be added to become better oh yeah but the hull not got the idea to become truly a member fly not gonna pick up a bad food chain and that is not what. the camera i doubt i'd add up and guy but. while the guy did a comedy out of it and not that i'm not doing that. i do not do what i will be on the multinational. shway when the gemini. but that's not a job that you so i don't know that you'd want.
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and it t.n.t. the end of the end and i'm a bit more though i depend on the me can still give hilarity or a little give and mostly we have the floor how do. we laugh that's how massive oh you are my home we left him. or a devil in the. happy were little uneasy. about socialization of the commuter. the jordanian army was commanded by an englishman john blubaugh known as glub pascha. over forty other british officers also served in the army and held great influence under british advice king abdullah of trans-jordan agreed to a secret deal with the jewish leaders to avoid clashes between the jordanian army
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and the jewish fighters in return for the west bank and east jerusalem such token resistance was the reason glob later called the one nine hundred forty eight war the phoney. club is a very complex character he was not the simple minded soldier that he pretended to be but he was a highly sophisticated politician who imposed on the arabs britain's partition plan the meeting was between bevin the labor governments foreign secretary. and. a bull holder the jordanian prime minister who was accompanied by glub pasha also acted as an interpreter bevin asked. what do you plan to do and. said we plan to send the arab legion to protect and keep the are
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a part of palestine and bury him said that seems the sensible thing to do but do not go any the jewish path second of may they met for the last time british officers in the arab legion to find a solution for jerusalem but it didn't work well what else happened in that meeting is that they brought maps which showed where they did then your leader would stop and would not enter the jewish state and where they did their new lead in stopped is today the border of the west bank that's how the west bank was actually created . heather commitment doesn't feel how to feel. go bash be mad there is no look what i'm doing. on july the tenth the jordanian forces pulled out of long term ram. clear of jordanian forces the two cities were bombed by what was now these raby air force. the israeli army then. commanded by colonel moshi diane.
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in law and alone over one hundred palestinians were massacred inside the da marsh mosque. more than fifty thousand palestinians were expelled from the two cities. walking without provisions in the summer heat many died of exhaustion in what has since become known as village death. despite the presence of the arab forces in palestine atrocities was still committed yet few are well documented. israeli historian theodore katz submitted a thesis claiming the israelis had committed a massacre in the coastal village of ten to euro. the close all the fall sides of them to the football from the inflated young baby that was closing the side of the c.e.o. you know that they won't be able to walk away well i for one of the jobs i
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interviewed this soldier in the second company he was moving with his pistol of. all this row above the bit i asked if there were. those who said by fully somewhere next to my oath was that they'd like this oh he's all dog for people. the text was. the life it came and the one did not. and those who understood that on the beach i have no wife and. that is the shock and. this is not just install this is a policy this. was a lawyer in the state of israel maybe the palestinian men often.
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will take it to seventy. and then. there was the they were led told. they would pull the blinds they were told to begin digging. and when ever they lived finished digging. they were shocked and fed down inside there was no worry on those unused to subside the soldiers will not understand what is expected because they already do with knives the palestinians in their thinking and perception only for the operations themselves because. the state of israel was formed through blood and fire yet this was neither the start nor the end of suffering for the palestinians. it would remove any vestige of doubt from certain manc of israel and can't just be
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a people dispossessed a state established whatever i was able to do in from the start members back for a very great international peace organization the united nations a momentous event which lies at the heart of ongoing conflict to this day seventy years on al-jazeera tells the history of what palestinians call the catastrophe. hello and welcome to look at weather conditions across the americas now what's left of sub tropical depression alberto continues to move up across parts of the
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southern u.s. really across much of this there is a lot of heavy rain at the moment as a result of the air coming up from the gulf of mexico region so heavy rain likely through up towards the eastern seaboard new york probably not faring too bad the highs of twenty one parts of the upper midwest through the northern plains and into the prairies of canada has seen some heavy showers as well winnipeg quite woman twenty four degrees but some heavy downpours are likely not risk continues to head on through into thursday but generally brighter conditions them for washington d.c. highs of twenty eight and dry conditions across georgia and into florida at across parts of the west where the conditions gerri not looking too bad we've got a few shows over the rockies but otherwise fine san francisco highs of sixteen down into the caribbean and the circulation which alberto generated has produced a lot of clout and a lot of heavy rain also across the bahamas and through into western parts of cuba but still going to in the course of wednesday but by thursday it should be gradually clearing away surprise or conditions then across the rest of the
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caribbean weather conditions looking quite good for the most part should be a fine day in kingston jamaica and here the be a high of thirty two. in the next episode of earthrise nikki clark joins a group you screwed on a voyage through the widdle sea to highlight the importance of protecting this fragile antarctic ecosystem against an expanding list of manmade threats beneath the surface of this magnificent desolation is just teeming with life and these are some of the remotest losses on antarctic sanctuary on al-jazeera.
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al-jazeera. where ever you. know. this is al-jazeera. hello and cell raman welcome to the al-jazeera news our live my headquarters here in doha coming up in the next sixty minutes there's talk of a truce after attacks and counterattacks by palestinian factions and israel also it appears the united states planned a summit with north korea is back on this north korea sends a senior official to the u.s.
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for meetings. also a russian journalist is shot and killed in ukraine police believe he was targeted because his work was critical of the crime.


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