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Liminal loyalties: Ottomanism and Palestinian responses to The Turkish war of independence, 1919-22

The imposition of British rule in Palestine following World War I did not immediately supplant one imperial system with another or Ottoman identities with national ones. Examining Palestinian responses to the Turkish war of independence, this article argues that the 1917-22 period should be seen as... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Palestine studies Apr 2012, Vol.41(3), pp.19-37
Main Author: Halabi, Awad
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Language: English
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title: Liminal loyalties: Ottomanism and Palestinian responses to The Turkish war of independence, 1919-22
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  • Palestinian Authority
  • United Kingdom
  • Europe
  • Political Science
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description: The imposition of British rule in Palestine following World War I did not immediately supplant one imperial system with another or Ottoman identities with national ones. Examining Palestinian responses to the Turkish war of independence, this article argues that the 1917-22 period should be seen as a 'liminal' era suspended between imperial systems. Both Kemalists and Palestinians employed a discourse of loyalty to the Ottoman dynasty, Muslim identity, and resistance to European rule to frame their goals. It was only after the creation of the Turkish Republic and the promulgation of the British Mandate, the author argues, that nationalist identities displaced Ottoman ones for both Turks and Palestinians. Adapted from the source document.
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