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There has been a significant Palestinian refugee problem for the last fifty years, who or what is responsible for this problem?

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There has been a significant Palestinian refugee problem for the last fifty years, who or what is responsible for this problem? The Palestinian refugee problem has been around for the last fifty years. The Arabs moved out of Israel because they where terrified of the Jewish and their actions at Deir Yassin and other Arab villages. Because of these actions, Arabs started to leave their homes and move to surrounding Arab states. These attacks alone caused a refugee problem, as well as the Arabs lost land and did not wish to be ruled by Jews and therefore moved out of their homes. ...read more.

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This source is very biased as it only gives us the Palestinian views and completely disregards the Israeli point of view. This problem is also the same for Source B because there isn't enough information from both sides, it only tells us the Israeli point of view written by the Israeli foreign minister. Mrs Golda Meir also talks about how the war is to blame for the refugees, this is correct as all the fright and terror that was brought to Palestine after the Palestinians attacked the Jews aggressively frightened people out of their homes. ...read more.

Conclusion

As it is written for a textbook, it does not have any reason for bias, it is a neutral source with evidence that can be seen and proven. However, this source is not 100% beneficial and again, does not allow us to come to a firm conclusion using this source alone as it does not mention the Jewish. Source G is the most reliable source as both sides are mentioned with no reason to be biased as it was coming from the mouths of the people themselves. However the same problem is seen again, the Jews where blaming the Arabs and the Arabs where blaming the Jews which doesn't allow us to come to a firm conclusion about who actually was to blame for these refugees. ...read more.

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