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  1. Abd ar-Rahman II

    Palestinian accept 1947 Partition Plan as a step towards claiming the whole of Palestine

    Ok i just find this quote about Ben Gurion on the idea of accepting a partition of mandatory Palestine and it got me thinking what if the Palestinian leaders in 1947 had the same line of thinking ? Possibly realising more Israel military superiority over them and the weakness of the...
  2. WI The Lost Tribe Returns: Israel develops a ‘Special Relationship’ with Afghanistan in the 1960s?

    The belief that the ethnic Pashtuns of Afghanistan and Pakistan are in fact descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel has persisted for a long time amongst Pashtuns themselves and Israeli academics in the last few decades. It likely has some basis in fact with many historical mentions of it going...
  3. Is there any way for the 2000 Camp David Summit to suceed?

    Researching the 2000 Camp David summit. It's very interesting, and I was wondering if there was any possible way for it to have succeeded. The main points of contention were as follows: Territory: Arafat wanted the 1967 borders, which he said was itself was a compromise. A palestinian...
  4. jhuro

    AHC: Ethiopia as a Jewish Homeland?

    The challenge is to make Ethiopia, which has a long history with Judaism and its own Jewish community, the primary refuge of Jews around the world. Is it possible?
  5. ChadMachine999

    Israeli refuges after Arab Victory

    If the Arabs were victorius against Israel during the six day war and Israel was completly removed what countries would the Israeli refuges flee to? What sociopolitical problems would such a refuge crisis cause?
  6. WI: WW2 and the Holocaust Occur But No Israeli/Palestinian State

    As someone of Jewish heritage and a history major who's studied the history of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, I've always wondered what would happen if there were no plans for a state of Israel located in Palestine and the Jews could not end up there. Kind of a follow-up/opposite side of the...
  7. Jordan's monarchy is overthrown in 1958?

    What if Jordanian king Hussein suffered the fate of his cousin, Faisal of Iraq, and was toppled by a military coup the same year (1958) that established a republic? Would keeping Suleiman Nabulsi, who pushed for closer ties with Nasserist Egypt, as prime minister (he was removed in 1957 after...
  8. ChadMachine999

    No Nakba

    What if theier was no 1948 expulsion of Palestinians. What would the effects on the future of the Middle East be?
  9. How does the situation in Israel/Palestine play out with no WW2/Holocaust?

    IIRC there were several proposals before WW2 by the UK/League of Nations to partition Palestine into a separate Jewish/Muslim state. Would this ever happen without WW2 and the horrors of the holocaust? And if this did happen, could this lead to an even bigger more prosperous Israel with all the...
  10. nekomancer

    What if the nuclear Negev Canal actually existed?

    Not too long after the Suez Crisis, the United States actually had suggested digging a canal across the Negev Desert in Israel as an alternative to the Suez Canal. ...Using over 500 nuclear bombs. Yes, this was actually real. According to the memo, this was because of the exponential cost of...
  11. WI: Albert Einstein, President of Israel

    In 1952, Israel's first president Chaim Weizmann passed away. Israel's prime minister David Ben-Gurion offered Einstein the post, but he refused. What if Einstein had accepted the position? Could he have done something significant with it? Yes, I'm aware that the office of President of Israel...
  12. Could the United Arab Republic survive a defeat against Israel?

    There are a bunch of threads discussing how plausible and what PODs are needed for the United Arab Republic to survive, but AFAIK none about if the union could've survived a war against Israel, something that seems almost inevitable given the OTL Six-Day War and the Yom Kippur War. Assuming the...
  13. An alternate Partition of Palestine

    Assume that, after the 1936-1939 Arab Revolt, and with the knowledge that Arabs would not accept a partition plan, the British, with tacit support from Jewish Agency and Jewish Assembly of Representatives, decided to unilaterally partition the land into a Jewish state(Israel) and an Arab...
  14. Israeli Elections in 1973: An earlier upheaval?

    Most are aware that Israeli politics were shaken by the 1977 elections in which the Alignment lost power and Likud formed the government. There were many factors in this (growing participation of Mizrahi voters, anger at the economic performance especially of non state sector companies, disgust...
  15. WI: Palestinians given part of Germany

    What if the Palestinians were given a state in a part of former Germany after the creation of Israel?
  16. Abd ar-Rahman II

    WI : Limited Arab victory in 1973

    Let’s say the Syrian manage take the Golan by focusing more on taking strategic position than killing isolated group of soldiers and manage to hold it against Israeli counter attack with Syria not crumbling Egypt remain in the defensive and hold western Sinai the conflict end with a pretty clear...
  17. frenchiestfries

    DBWI: Canaan doesn't exist

    The Levantine Republic of Canaan was made as a compromise between Palestinian Arabs and Jews after the influental writings of Yonatan Ratosh and other Canaanist authors spread throughout the Jewish and Arab populations in British Palestine, resulting in Canaan's formation in 1948. However, what...
  18. Peele Commission "Creates" Israel , How Does It Changes The World?

    As the title says, how the world changes with 10 year before created Israel?
  19. Mediterranea : The Magnificent South

    So this is a concept time-line with many Points of Divergences if something doesn't add up to you or it is seems too Alien Space Bats I will try to retconn based on your advice. I will start with a section of this world 2020. I was inspired to do it from a dead /banned TL The Iron Jaws, Death In...
  20. What happens to Judaism Post-Holocaust Without Israel?

    I’ve seen tons of threads asking what would happen to the Jews if there is no Israel post-Holocaust (ie where Palestine is defeated in the 1948 War or if the British declare the Balfour Declaration void, etc) but I’ve never seen a thread on here which asks what happens to Judaism itself in such...
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