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Just as with the 1948 war, it has taken many years for a different picture to emerge, largely thanks to the work of revisionist historians. True, most of the neighbouring Arab states, led by Egypt under Gamal Abdel Nasser, were keen to restore their lost honour after the comprehensive defeat of 1948, and to remove the presence of an aggressive Western-backed colonial state in their midst. The dispossession of the Palestinians in 1948, and the refugee crisis that had ensued, were seen as a destabilizing influence on the region, undermining Nasser’s plans for pan-Arab unity.

22 The idea of a cohesive and unified Jewish nation made little sense when most Jews identified as Poles, French, Moroccans or Iraqis, sharing no language or culture. 23 In short, neither Palestinians nor Jews could claim a convincing and generally accepted national identity until well into the twentieth century. And if Palestinians could not, as Meir observed, point to the existence of a Palestinian state, neither could Jews until Israel’s creation in 1948. Fully aware of the fact that their argument would fail to  Disappearing Palestine resonate with the great majority of Jews, the early secular leaders of Zionism emphasized biblical ideas of chosenness and divine promise.

It was, therefore, ‘essential to break up this concentration of Arabs through Jewish settlements’, and create ‘ faits accomplis which will make it impossible for the government, for all its good intentions, to give up any of the uncultivated land for the Arabs to live on’. 97 Much of the Palestinian minority’s land was easily taken. 104 Other tactics were needed to wrest land from the rest of the Palestinian population inside Israel. 105 Although formally citizens, with the right to vote in Knesset elections, the minority was dealt with entirely separately from the Jewish population.

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