Why did Jewish nationalism succeed in establishing a homeland in Palestine, while Palestinian nationalists did not?
In 1882, Palestine had a small national and immigrant religious Jewish society of approximately 24,000 along with a Palestinian population of nearly 500,000. Family origins with Arabic speaking people are referred as Palestinian. During the British authorization of Palestine, the term “Palestinian” was referred to all public residing there, despite of religion and those settled citizenship by mandatory authorities granted “Palestinian citizenship”. In 1948, establishment of the Palestine as the national homeland of the Jewish people. The conditions of British mandate over Palestine set up opposed and clashing goals of self-governance for the native Palestinians and a national home not specially defined by Britain for the European Jews. The facilitation of the immigration of Jews to Palestine, and the close settlement by Jews on the land. In 19th century, population of Jewish community in the ratio of 1:3 in the midst of Palestine community. After that some politically stimulated colonization into the country. Jews population increases rapidly and during world war Jews colonization into Palestine colonization. At the end, Jewish community became the powerful community in Palestine. In this summary, I will put in words about the factors that Jewish nationalist succeed in establishing a homeland in Palestine and factors that affected the Palestinian people (Arabic speaking people) unsuccessful in establishing a homeland in Palestine.
Jewish community became the powerful community in Palestine:
The ancestry of Jewish home rule inside Palestine widen from the first decade of the British mandate. British policy of financial development in Palestine, and specially conceding Jewish settler’s special consideration and industrial facilitated the building of an exclusive Jewish financial system, modest connected to the overall Palestinian...