The making of Israel brought a land to one set of people at great cost to another.
In three programmes, Tim Llewellyn hears from those who have been involved in the fifty years of Jewish-Arab conflict over Palestine.
Hundreds of thousands of Jews fleeing the Nazis in the late 1930s and 40s sought refuge in British-run Palestine.
This programme hears from some who made the journey.
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For the Jews, Jerusalem was the ultimate goal.
For the Arabs, it was their ancient citadel.
Fighters on both sides tell of their struggle to take this precious prize.
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Can Israelis and Palestinians live together as equals, rather than as victor and vanquished?