Balfour Declaration

Balfour declaration was signed on November 2, 1917 was a statement of the British to create a national home for the Jewish people by establishing Palestine. The statement was made as a letter by Arthur James Balfour – the British foreign secretary to Lionel Walter Rothinel, a leader of British Jewry. Balfour declaration is issued through the continued efforts of Chaim Weizman and Nahum Sokolow, the Zionist leaders in the London. The Zionist where the one who wanted for the reconstruction of Palestine as the Jewish national home. In this declaration it is clearly stated that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non Jewish communities in the Palestine however the declaration did not stated that political or national rights of these people would not referred by name. The BAL four declarations were endorsed by the principle of allied forces and it was included in British mandate over Palestine, which was approved by the league of nation in 1922. In may 1939 the British government created a policy which limited the migration up to 75000  and in 1944, the British parliament stopped to the immigration but the Zionists condemned their new policy they stated that British is favouring the Arabs, by the late 1917, the Balfour declaration became wider. The second half of the declaration was created to be declaration it safeguarded the rights and freedom of the Palestine people.