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What was the Arab-leaders justification for pushing the Arab-villagers?

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Submitted by Vladimir Minkov (United States), Jul 26, 2009 at 11:53

What was the Arab-leaders justification for pushing the Arab-villagers out of their homes?

I am trying to figure out what was the Arab-leaders justification for pushing the Arab-villagers out of their homes. Why they could not murder the Jews while the Arab-villagers stayed in their home?

Was it religious justification that the Muslims cannot be subordinated to the Infidels? Or something else?

Could somebody clarify this?

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