The early 1920s saw violence erupting between the two parties lasting till 1928, and the region was engulfed by the communal uprising from both ends (Pappe,67). This was a massive mistake on behalf of British Empire’s policy and keeps them from one another and not dividing the region on basis of their interest rather on basis of the long-term prosperity and equal representation of the different ethnic groups could have helped maintain the peace which is deeply missing in the Middle East. Immigration of Jews on one side and the cry of nationalism by the Palestinians on other side made it difficult for the British Empire to handle the occurred situation, not knowing and realizing the sensitivity of the overall issue, the British Empire felt helpless to resolve this issue and by the end of Second World War handed over this region to the United Nations for monitoring and controlling.Hence these are the two major issues which can be said to have resulted from the poor management and improper policies at the end of their rule in the incumbent areas. A more wise decision and arrangement could have made the world a more peaceful and prosperous place. British colonial policies in Israel, Palestine and Pakistan and India.
Pappe, Ilan. A History of Modern Palestine: One Land, Two Peoples. Cambridge University Press, 2006.
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