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Eretz Israel will be restored to the people of Israel. All of it. And for ever’. Civil war in Palestine, November 1947 to May 1948 KEY TERM Eretz Israel The Land of Israel, as in the Bible. In effect, this meant the whole of Palestine, not just the area allocated to the Jewish state by the UN. Why was there a civil war in Palestine? A few days after the UN voted for partition, the Arab Higher Committee proclaimed a three-day strike that led to outbreaks of violence against Jewish civilians. However, the Jewish Agency and its forces were ready to respond.

The British authorities stopped boatloads of illegal Jewish immigrants from landing in Palestine. The British knew that Jewish immigration angered the Arabs and, when violence broke out between Jews and Arabs, British troops and police had to keep order. The British realized that further Jewish immigration would be resisted by the Arabs and lead to civil war, so they refused to agree to any increase in immigration. The Haganah, for their part, did all they could to obstruct the British and to assist illegal immigration.

Why was US support so important for the Zionists? indb 31 04/12/2012 15:02 had the support of the Jewish population in the USA who could, in turn, put pressure on the US government. There were four and a half million Jewish Americans, two million of them in New York city alone. By the end of the war, nearly all of them were Zionists, convinced of the need to establish an independent Jewish state for the millions of Jewish refugees who had survived the Nazi Holocaust in Europe. As early as May 1942, when news was only just beginning to emerge of the Nazi extermination of the Jews, the US Zionist conference had declared their support for a ‘Jewish commonwealth’ in all of Palestine.

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