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Those areas that became a part of Israel and had at least a partial Arab population consisted of approximately villages and two towns. Arabs remained in small numbers in some of the cities Haifa, Jaffa and Acre ; and Jerusalem was divided between Jordan and Israel. An overwhelming number of the Arab residents, and other non-Jews such as Greeks and Armenians, who had lived in the cities that became a part of Israel and were renamed Acre, Haifa, Safad, Tiberias, Ashkelon, Beersheba, Jaffa and Beisan fled or were expelled.
Most of the Palestinians who remain there are internally displaced people from the villages nearby. There are more than "village memorial books" documenting the history of the depopulated Palestinian villages. These books are based on accounts given by villagers. Davis has described the authors as seeking "to pass on information about their villages and their values to coming generations".
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The towns and villages listed below are arranged according to the subdistricts of Mandatory Palestine they were situated in. Postcard from Ayn Karim Ein Karem.
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List of Arab towns and villages depopulated during the 1948 Palestinian exodus
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