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Causes Of The 1948 Palestinian Exodus - The "Arab Leaders' Endorsement of Flight" Explanation - Criticisms of The "endorsement of Flight" Explanation
... with others of the New Historians school, concur that Arab instigation was not the major cause of the refugees' flight ... they state that the major cause of Palestinian flight was not Arab instigation but rather military actions by the Israeli Defence Force and fear of them ... In their view, Arab instigation can only explain a small part of the exodus and not a large part of it ...
Arab Higher Committee - Post-war Period
... On 22 March 1945, the Arab League was formed ... In November 1945, it reconstituted the Arab Higher Committee comprising twelve members as the supreme executive body of Palestinian Arabs in the territory of the ... The committee was dominated by the Palestine Arab Party and was immediately recognised by Arab League countries ...
Arab League And The Arab–Israeli Conflict - 1945-1948
... In November 1945, the Arab League reestablished the Arab Higher Committee as a supreme executive body of Palestinian Arabs in the territory of the British ... The committee was immediately recognised by Arab League countries and the Mandate government recognised the new Committee two months later ... In June 1946, the Arab League imposed upon the Palestinians the Arab Higher Executive, renamed as "Arab Higher Committee" in 1947, with Amin al-Husayni as its chairman and Jamal ...
1948 Arab–Israeli War - Political Objectives - Arab Higher Committee of Amin Al-Husayni
... the beginning of 1948, the former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and Chairman of the Arab Higher Committee, Amin al-Husayni was in exile in Egypt ... involved in some of the high level negotiations between Arab leaders at a meeting held in Damascus in February 1948 to organize Palestinian Field Commands ... Total distrust existed between him and the Arab League ...

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