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"French Policy toward the Levant"
He also thinks that perhaps the Temple may be rebuilt, as a symbol of Jewish unity, of course, in a modernised form As Huneidi noted, "wise or unwise, it is well nigh impossible for any government to extricate itself without a substantial sacrifice of consistency and self-respect, if not honour

The declaration was contained in a letter dated 2 November 1917 from the United Kingdom's to , a leader of the , for transmission to the.

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8, "Most experts agree that the Arab-Israeli conflict is the most intractable conflict in our world, yet very few scholars have produced any psychological explanation—let alone a satisfactory one—of this conflict's intractability
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Balfour Declaration
Prior to 1917, the British had led the fighting on the southern border of the Ottoman Empire alone, given their neighbouring and the French preoccupation with the fighting on the Western Front that was taking place on their own soil
That was the fount and origin of the famous declaration about the National Home for Jews in Palestine " At this point the Zionists were still unaware of the , although they had their suspicions
Weizmann had been asked to produce a in order to reduce the cost of production; the popular suggestion that this role influenced the decision to release the declaration has been described as "fanciful", a "legend", a "myth", and "a product of [Lloyd George's] imagination"

The seeming ambiguities of the declaration reflect debates not only within the British government but within the British Zionist and Jewish communities as well.

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Kreutz, following Stein, cautions that they are "not, of course, to be taken as a verbatim record" Minerbi's translation: "Sokolow: I am deeply moved by these historical memories, which are so apt
Waed
This fact was not made public until 21 July 1937
Waed
it can hardly be doubted that the extreme Zionist Program must be greatly modified
Danny Gutwein, Professor of Jewish History at the , proposes a twist on an old idea, asserting that Sykes's February 1917 approach to the Zionists was the defining moment, and that it was consistent with the pursuit of the government's wider agenda to "You will be charged before the bar of history," he challenged Nordau… From approximately 1:30 p
Amery described this moment in his memoirs: "Half an hour before the meeting Milner looked in from his room in the Cabinet offices, next door to mine, told me of the difficulties, and showed me one or two alternative drafts which had been suggested, with none of which he was quite satisfied He proposed that the declaration from the British government should state: "its conviction, its desire or its intention to support Zionist aims for the creation of a Jewish national home in Palestine; no reference must be made I think to the question of the Suzerain Power because that would land the British into difficulties with the French; it must be a Zionist declaration

He then may or may not have been induced to sign it", since it ran counter to Faisal's other public and private statements at the time.

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He replied: 'Yes, I would like you to do something for my people
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This Turkish statement was endorsed by the on 5 January 1918
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To do nothing was to risk a direct breach with them, and it was necessary to face this situation