Again, Morris, whom you cited, states that "both movements entered the mid-1940s with an expulsionist element in their ideological baggage. Among Zionists it was a minor and secondary element...transfer or expulsion was never adopted by the Zionist movement" (1948: First Arab-Israeli War, 2008, p. 407). "By contrast, expulsionist thinking, and, where it became possible, behavior, characterized the mainstream of the Palestinian national movement since its inception" (ibid., p. 408). Simply collecting quotes from historical figures is not research, Labhras; examining arguments and facts in historical scholarship and quoting from them is.
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