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1920 Palestine Clashes

Riots perpetrated by Palestinian Arabs, including attacks on Jews, in the Old City of Jerusalem on 4-7 April 1920, also known as the Nabi Musa riots, leading to the deaths of five Jews and four Arabs. The Palin Report traced the source of Arab grievances to fears of Zionist domination and a perceived bias in British policy. Throughout 1920, more clashes occurred in Jerusalem and the Galilee.
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