Transfer Idea

Some articles on idea, transfer, transfer idea:

Causes Of The 1948 Palestinian Exodus - The "Concept of Transfer in Zionism"
... Discussion of the "idea of transfer" in political Zionism became popular beginning in the 1980s when Israel declassified documents pertaining to the 1948 Arab–Israeli ... The Zionist "concept of transfer" was cited by authors like Nur Masalha and Walid Khalidi to support their argument that the Zionist Yishuv followed an expulsion policy ... Others such as Morris reject the idea that "transfer" thinking led to a political expulsion policy as such, but invoke the theory to explain that the idea of transfer was endorsed in practice by mainstream ...
Zionist And Palestinian Arab Attitudes Before 1948 - The "Transfer Idea"
... See also Causes of the 1948 Palestinian exodus#Transfer Idea The "transfer idea" refers to Zionist thinking about the possibility of transfer of Palestinian Arabs out of ... that a Jewish state could not survive with a strong Arab population and that a population transfer would be most beneficial ...
Zionist And Palestinian Arab Attitudes Before 1948 - The "Transfer Idea" - The "Transfer Idea" and The 1948 Palestinian Exodus
... See also Causes of the 1948 Palestinian exodus ("Transfer idea" section) The role of the "Transfer Idea" in the 1948 Palestinian exodus is controversial ... The "transfer thinking" in the Yishuv prior to 1948 may have played a role during the military planning process and also in the attitude of military leaders and soldiers towards Palestinians ...

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