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After Great Britain took control of Palestine in July, 1922, after the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, waves of Jews poured in which angered the Arabs living there.
In WWII, the Nazis killed 6 million Jews in Europe with only 250,000 survivors after the Holocaust.
After WWII, hundreds of Jews moved to Palestine, believing it should be their own country.
The United Nations decided that the Jews should have a country of their own.
The United Nations voted to separate Palestine into Arab and Jewish states.
On May 14, 1948 the Jewish state of modern-day Israel was created.
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