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Title: British framing of the frontier in Palestine, 1918-1923 : revisiting colonial sources on tribal insurrection, land tenure, and the Arab intelligentsia
Authors: Fakher Eldin, Munir
Keywords: Palestine - History - 1917-1948
Land settlement - Palestine - History - 20th century
Borderlands - Palestine - History
Intellectuals - Palestine - History - 1917-1948
Revolutions - Palestine - History - 1917-1948
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: The article discusses an early and little-known tribal insurrection in the Beisan valley in Palestine, in 1920, against the British army and the Zionist settlements; the discussion reveals the British colonial mind-set and their agenda for ruling Palestine and reforming its land tenure as a way to implement their pro-Zionist policy.
Description: Article published in : Jerusalem Qaurterly, issue 60, p. 42-58
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/5745
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