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VI Naturalization

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Naturalization in Palestine, as prescribed in the Palestinian Citizenship Order of 1925, was formulated in a way similar to the nationality laws of other states. This chapter discusses the technical aspects and practical effects of the Order. The Order incorporated no peculiar provisions relating to naturalization. Its rules could be found, in one form or another, in the legislation of other states at the time. Yet the particular characteristic of naturalization in Palestine stemmed from the process in which such naturalization had been carried out in practice. The naturalization process in Palestine constituted the chosen formula for increasing the number of Jews in the country and legalizing their presence by conferring Palestinian nationality on them.

Keywords: naturalization; Palestinian Citizenship Order; Palestinian Jews



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