Arab Cultural Nationalism in Palestine during the British Mandate

@article{AbuGhazaleh1972ArabCN,
  title={Arab Cultural Nationalism in Palestine during the British Mandate},
  author={Adnan Mohammed Abu-Ghazaleh},
  journal={Journal of Palestine Studies},
  year={1972},
  volume={1},
  pages={37-63}
}
The Arab world of the nineteenth century witnessed a marked cultulal and national revival. With Beirut and Cairo as its centres, there arose a new climate of Arabic literature, journalism, cultural societies and increasingly nationalistic ideas. This atmosphere left its mark upon the young elite of a number of Arab regions, inicluding Palestinians who were later to become exponents of cultural nationalism in their country. Among those involved in Arab cultural and nationalist activities in… 

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