For most of history, the Jewish population was a small percentage - about 3 - of the population, but the numbers rose rapidly in the early 1900s, and as always happens - in every colonised nation in the world - the huge influx causes resentment, and violence erupts. Most of the Jews were from Europe, so had different education, life-style, and perhaps money, so check out the reasons behind the Hebron massacre; now also don't forget the massacres of Deir Yassin, Sabra and Shatila, which were all carried out under Jewish control.
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