The London Conference mollifies Arab apprehensions about Palestine’s future. Using the guise of a “conference,” which appears to be consulting with the parties and eliciting their opinions, Britain solidifies its presence in Palestine, postponing the 1937 suggestion for a two state solution. Once the Arabs and Zionists independently reject a federal state in Palestine in ten years, with an Arab majority, Britain slows down Jewish immigration and land purchase.
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