Actually, it wasn't Palestinian territory - it was British territory.
Nonetheless, Palestinians were moved from their homes to make way for it. I don't think that the fact that they were already under occupation at the time makes that any better, or makes their feelings about it any less.
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Palestinians lost territory and home because there was a war going on which they were involved in. It is not a straightforward case that they were randomly evicted it was a conflict that had started at the beginning of the century with riots and protests and murders.
The invasion of the territory by the surrounding countries put the Jews in an existential fight for survival.
But now most of the population were born after the creation of Israel and the population has dramatically increased from under one million in the mid 19th century to over 12 million.
Overpopulation puts pressure on land and resources and is simply foolish I say.
Any redistribution of territory can only happen in peace.
The Tendrils of insanity
History in the crunching of dead leaves
The ghost of a tyrant Knight
Haunting the architecture.