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This front matter section of the book on The international law foundations of Palestinian nationality: a legal examination of nationality in Palestine under Britains rule contains preface and foreword. This book explains how various statuses of Palestinians and ex-Palestinians were legally made up, back during the British Empires control over Palestine from December 1917 to May 1948. It offers a legal basis for the future settlement of the de facto statuses of former Palestinians that emerged in the sixty years following the Mandates termination: Israeli citizens, inhabitants of the occupied Palestinian territory and Palestine refugees. Nationality, as officially formulated under Britain, had created an acquired juridical status that cannot be altered without international law standards.

Keywords: Britains rule; International Law; Palestinian Nationality

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