Palestine War of 1947–1949

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May 28, 2022

The Palestine War of 1947–1949, known in Israel as the War of Independence (Hebrew: מלחמת העצמאות‎) and in Arabic as the core element of the Nakba (Arabic: النكبة‎), was a war of interdependence in Palestine. under the mandate of Britain It was the first war in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. as part of the Arab-Israeli conflict in this war The British Empire withdrew from Palestine in mandate. It was part of the Ottoman Empire until 1917. This war ended in the establishment of the State of Israel by the Jews. and there was a total demographic shift in the Jewish-occupied territories. There was the displacement of about 700,000 Palestinian Arabs and the destruction of most Palestinian Arab cities. Palestinian Arabs are in a state of extreme statelessness. scattered in the Palestinian territories occupied by Egypt and Jordan or in adjacent Arab states Among the Palestinian Arabs Many are still stateless and have to live in refugee camps. The territory under British administration before the war was divided into the state of Israel. which controls about 78 percent of the territory of the Kingdom of Jordan (then Trans-Jordan) which controlled and later annexed the land that became the West Bank. and Egypt, which occupies the Gaza Strip. Mediterranean coast territories The Arab League establishes the entire Palestinian government. (All-Palestine Government) This war is divided into two phases. The first phase was the Palestinian Civil War in the 1947–1948 mandate that began on November 30, 1947, a day after the United Nations voted to divide the