Early Balfour Declaration of the Palestinian Nation

On November 2th a hundred years ago, it became an early point of disaster for the Palestinians who were finally driven out of their own homeland with the birth of balfour declaration in 1917.

The Balfour Declaration itself was a public statement issued by the British government during the world war I announced the support for "National Water Land for the Jews" in Palestine, which is now an ottoman area with a Jewish minority population. The Declaration says:

His Majesty's view with the flattery of national water soil for the Jews in Palestine, and will wear their shared urge to nurture the measure of this object, it clearly states that there is nothing to do that can judge civil rights and religion from the non community - Jews who are in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by the Jews in any other country.

The Declaration is listed in a letter dated November 2, 1917 from the foreign minister of Arthur Balfour to Lord Walter Rothschild, a leader of the British Jewish community, for transmission to the federation of great Britain and Ireland. The text of the declaration was published in the press on November 9, 1917.

British war cabinet began to conditioning the future of Palestine who followed their declaration of war against the ottoman empire in November 1914. When the declaration declaration was forwarded, a greater war reached its peak, with two British allies and a block-related block: The United States suffered loss , and the Russians are experiencing an internal awakening.

The first high-level negotiation between England and the Zionist can be held in a conference on 7 February 1917 that includes sir Mark Sykes and the leaders of Zionist. The next discussion leads to the balfour request, on June 19th, where rothschild and chaim weizmann propose a skeleton of public declarations. The Extended Skeleton is discussed by the British cabinet in September and October, with the involvement of the Jewish Zionist and anti-Zionists but with no representative of the local residents in Palestine. Release of the final declaration on October 31th; previous cabinet discussion has accelerated the benefits of propaganda among the Jews around the world for an allied war effort.

The Opening phrase of the declaration represents the first expression of public support for Zionism of large political forces. The term "National soil" does not align in international law, and in begs a question about whether the Jewish country is on its way.

The borders are dedicated to Palestine, and the British government then states that the act "in Palestine" means it is a Jewish national soil and is not intended to cover the entire Palestine. The second half of the declaration was added to mensatisfikasikan opponents of these policies, who claimed that this is something else that judged the native of Palestine and driven antisemitism against Jews all over the world. Although the declaration is called for political rights in Palestine for the Jews, the right to the Palestinian Arab, which covers most of the local residents, limited to civil and religious scope.

In 1939, the British government realized that the local views must be included in the record, and in the year 2017, stating that the declaration should be addressed to the protection of Palestinian political rights.

The Declaration has several long-term consequences. It greatly increases the popular support for Zionism, and it leads to the formation of Palestinian mandate, which then becomes Israel and the Palestinian territories. As a result, the declaration is deemed to cause a sustainable Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which is often considered the most berintrik conflict in the Controversy is still surrounding a number of domains, such as whether the declaration is crossed with the previous promise of the UK made to syarif Mecca in Mcmahon-Hussein correspondence.

Notes about discussions that produce the final text of this balfour declaration explain some details of his words. The phrase " Homeland " is intentionally used as a substitute for " country ", and England devotes some effort in the next decade to deny that they mean the establishment of a country, including Churchill's white book, 1922. However, in private, many English officials Agrees with the interpretation of the Zionist that the final outcome is indeed a country.

An early manuscript using the word that led to Palestine as a jewish homeland, which was transformed into Palestine to avoid the interpretation of that was meant to be all of Palestine. Similarly, an early manuscript does not include promises to do not harm non-Jewish community rights. These changes occur partly due to the insistence of Edwin Samuel Montagu, an anti-Zionist Jewish Jewish and secretary of state for India, which among others, is concerned that a declaration without any changes could result in increasing anti-Semitic persecution.

Like Sykes-Picot Agreement, these declarations are seen as many Arabs as high treason against the efforts of great Britain in favor of Arab Independence In Hussein-Mcmahon correspondence.

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