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Land, Law and the Conflict - 1948 and the Changing Role of Law

Land, Law and the Conflict - 1948 and the Changing Role of Law

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Published by Lia Tarachansky
The UN Partition of 29 Nov. 1947
Population: 608,000 Jews (32%); 1.3 million Palestinians (68%). Land Ownership: 7% Jewish ownership. Territory of Proposed States: Jewish: 55%; Arab: 45%. Palestinian State: 818,000 Palestinians and less than 10,000 Jews. Jewish State: 499,000 Jews (53%) and 438,000 Palestinians (47%).

Land, Law and the Conflict 1948 and the Changing Role of Law

From Mandate to Jewish State
‡ In 1948, the Jewish established control over 78% of Mandate Palestine, established a
The UN Partition of 29 Nov. 1947
Population: 608,000 Jews (32%); 1.3 million Palestinians (68%). Land Ownership: 7% Jewish ownership. Territory of Proposed States: Jewish: 55%; Arab: 45%. Palestinian State: 818,000 Palestinians and less than 10,000 Jews. Jewish State: 499,000 Jews (53%) and 438,000 Palestinians (47%).

Land, Law and the Conflict 1948 and the Changing Role of Law

From Mandate to Jewish State
‡ In 1948, the Jewish established control over 78% of Mandate Palestine, established a

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 The UN Partition of 29 Nov. 1947
Population: 608,000 Jews (32%);1.3 million Palestinians (68%).Land Ownership: 7% Jewishownership.Territory of Proposed States:Jewish: 55%; Arab: 45%.Palestinian State: 818,000Palestinians and less than 10,000Jews.Jewish State: 499,000 Jews (53%)and 438,000 Palestinians (47%).
 
Land, Law and the Conflict1948 and the Changing Role of Law
 
From Mandate to Jewish State
In 1948, the Jewish established control over 78%of Mandate Palestine, established a
legislature 
 and a
government 
, and staffed the alreadyexisting
 judiciary 
with Jewish judges.
Drastic change in government priorities and policy.
Establishment, stabilization and security of the 
state, as a Jewish state, as constitutional 
principles.
All components of the regime worked in theinterest of the Zionist project.
Military government over most Palestinian citizensof Israel until 1966.

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