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The Jews were not in Palestine during World War I. The UN decided to create an Jewish country after World War II and the Holocaust.

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Which countries did Jews migrate to during and after World War 2?

The Jews migrated to Palestine after World War 2.


What was the relationship between the British and the Jews in Palestine during world world 2?

Relations were difficult and often tense.


Where did Jews settled during the first century?

Palestine and Babylon


Jews moved to what state after World War 2?

Some of the Jews who survived the Holocaust moved to British Mandate Palestine after World War 2. The U.N. later voted to give the Jews a homeland in Palestine. mainly just palestine!


Where did many Jews move to after World War 2?

Palestine!


Why did tensions increased between great Britain and Jews in Palestine during World War II?

The British limited Jewish immigration to Palestine in exchange for Arab oil resources.


Exile of Jews from palestine?

The Exile of Jews from palestine is known as the Diaspora


When did Jews from around the world begin to move to Palestine?

in 7BC lol !


Why don't the Jews stop attacking Palestine?

Because Palestine keeps attacking the Jews.


Why did many Jews return to Palestine during and after World War 2?

Many Jews came to Palestine from Europe, trying to escape the Nazi Holocaust. They also came with the dream that they could build their own lives and a country where they would not be subject to discrimination again.


When did the Jews leave Palestine?

The main exile of Jews from Palestine came in 70 CE. However, there was always a minority of Jews in Palestine until 1950 when they became the majority.


Do Jews live in Palestine?

Nope. Many Jews live in Israel (what used to be called Palestine).


Which statements explains one reason why tensions increased between Great Britain and Jews in Palestine during World War 2?

The British limited Jewish immigration to Palestine in exchange for Arab oil resources


Which statement explains one reason why tensions increased between Great Britain and Jews in Palestine during World War 2?

The British limited Jewish immigration to Palestine in exchange for Arab oil resources.


Have jews lived in peace in Palestine since Biblical times?

No. For most of the last 2,000 years, the Jews in Palestine were a repressed minority (or on occasion a repressed majority). Probably the most bloody period for Jews in Palestine was during the Crusades when Christian leaders slaughtered numerous Jews, especially in Jerusalem. However, Jews suffered other calamities in Palestine, such as the destruction of both Great Temples and the exile of significant portions of the Jewish population.


What statement explains one reason why tensions increased between Great Britain and Jews in palestine during world war 2?

the British limited Jewish immigration to Palestine in exchange for Arab oil resources-apex


What modern state was created in 1948 by Jews in Palestine?

ISRAEL is a modern state that was created in 1948 by Jews in Palestine.


How did Hitler treat the Jews during world war 2?

Hitler treated Jews like they were rats. He had no respect toward them, and he wanted all Jews to be killed. Hitler is the one who started the Holocaust in 1941


Why did tensions between Arab and Jews in Palestine escalate during the 1930s?

Jewish Immigration to Palestine increased significantly, causing Arabs to worry about losing their land.


Why did tension between Arabs and Jews in Palestine escalate during the 1930s?

Jewish Immigration to Palestine increased significantly, causing Arabs to worry about losing their land.


Why did the Jews migrate to Israel after World War 2?

Jews migrated to Israel after WWII as it was their ancestral homeland, and the events of WWII had shown that Jews were not welcome in Europe. Jews had been migrating to what was then the British Mandate of Palestine (after WWI) for years before WWII, however, and "Palestine" had always had Jews living there.


How did the germans treat the jews during world war 2?

The Nazis were extremely cruel and tried to kill as many Jews as possible. They killed millions of them in terrible concentration camps


Did the Jews flood the palestine immigrants?

no


What did the Balfour declaration promise the Jews in Palestine?

The Balfour Declaration promised the Jews a homeland in Palestine subject to the rights of the Palestinians.


How did Britain treat the Jews during world war 2?

If the Jews were of German origin, which many were, they were not treated well. Many Jews whose grandparents had fled from Europe to Britain in the 1890's were themselves arrested by the British government and exiled to Australia in WW2.Continental European Jews were often prevented from arriving in British ports and the British actively prevented Jews from immigrating to Palestine, detaining caught individuals in Cypriot Jails until 1946.