By Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi
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This publication bargains a brand new interpretation of a serious bankruptcy within the heritage of the Zionist-Palestine clash and the British Empire within the heart East. It contends that the Balfour announcement was once one of the British propaganda rules through the global conflict I that have been underpinned by means of misconceived notions of ethnicity, ethnic strength and nationalism.
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