Arab christians in palestine constantly renegotiated their place in society and the meaning of their religious identification during the british mandate they shaped their relationship to palestinian nationalism in debates among themselves as well as with the british zionists and other arab communities in palestine. Palestines arab christian minority actively engaged with the palestinian nationalist movement throughout the period of british rule 1917 1948 relations between muslim and christian arabs were sometimes strained yet in palestine as in other parts of the world communalism became a specific response to political circumstances. Arab christians in british mandate palestine communalism and nationalism 1917 1948. Arab christians in british mandate palestine communalism and nationalism 1917 1948 noah haiduc dale published by edinburgh university press tracks the history of palestines arab christians and their relationship to palestinian nationalism challenges the standard historiography of communalism which suggests communal identification is always . Communalism and nationalism 1917 1948 arab christians in b arab christians in british mandate palestine 2 political struggles though the relationship between religious and national ist ideology is complex a third issue is that minorities are often pushed out arab christians in british mandate palestine arab christians
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