الهجرة الفلسطينية إلى خارج فلسطين خلال عهد الانتداب البريطاني 1917-1948

Program: 
Year: 
1998
Discussion Committee: 
Supervisors: 
Dr. Nezam Izat Abbasi
Authors: 
مفيد عمر أسعد صلاح
Abstract: 
From its emergence and up to our present time, humanity has witnessed a continuous series of human immigration, simply because the movement of Man on earth is as old as the oldness of humanity. Immigration is not a new occurrence. There is difference between immigration and evacuation, despite their resemblance in context. Immigration in most cases comes in search of gaining and improving living conditions, whereas evacuation comes as a result of a natural or political disaster lading to it. Thus there is neither choice nor an opinion for a people in it. The causes of immigration or exodus of groups or individuals form their countries and the recourse of them to other states results mostly from wars, an external invasion or the outcome of economical deteriorating circumstances. There are some people who desert their countries, hoping to return to them after the disappearance of the state of insecurity or fright. These expectations might last for a long time. That is what happened to the Palestinians who left their home land hoping to return to it before WWI and later. Immigration in Palestine was distinguished by characteristics and features that made it different from most of the movements of demographic immigration, where Western imperialist forces-wishing to replace the Zionist existence in place of the Ara b one played a major role in ht adaptation of a Palestinian pattern of immigration, its range and timing. The Zionist movement, through the past decades, sought to vacate the Arab Palestinian land in order to Judaize it. Basing on this background definitely, it emerged into existence and imposed into practice programs and projects of expulsion-against the Palestinians for creating demographic changes on the land of Palestine and realizing these changes.
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145
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Published