You have a problem identifying the issue and commenting in a relevant way: 1. If I (based on historians) say that most Arabs left because of the war situation and bring as example the Israelis in 2006, don't "answer": The Arabs left in order to make killing the Jews easier. This is exactly the issue under contention. 2. The number of Arab and Jewish refugees in 1948 and the following few years is about similar. But this is NOT what the issue is in Sheikh Jarah. There, some Arab refugees from Israeli areas found refuge in East Jerusalem in 1948 by settling in abandoned Jewish houses (as Jewish refugees and immigrants were settled in abandoned Arab houses). Now we are talking about 52 years later, when the old Arab refugees are made again new refugees when the Jews reclaim their property./ Sorry my explanation took so long. I make 1 effort to explain the basics to people who can hear. Are you there?
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from the article: Carter: Sheikh Jarrah evictions are against international law