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Portions of Transjordan had once been part of the sharif ’s territory; they believed that the opening of the railway might lead him to reclaim this, plus all of the land currently under his son’s rather weak control. The father quickly made himself comfortable in Amman and showed no signs of leaving, as construction of the rail lines began. Within a few weeks, as word reached Amman that the last Ottoman caliph—designated the spiritual leader of all Muslims—had been deposed in Turkey, Sharif Hussein proclaimed himself the new caliph.
In the end, the Ottoman Empire was essentially divided into British- and French-administered areas. The map Sykes A Kingdom Carved From the Desert and Picot produced when their meetings concluded in May 1916 showed a Middle East marked with blues and reds, the blue areas showing where France would maintain direct or indirect control and the red marking British-administered territory. Palestine—a small, brown mark in the map—was denoted as a zone of international administration. But all of these agreements were merely setting the stage for further discord and disagreement.
The fighting in and around Jerusalem was intense, and Abdullah’s forces suffered heavy casualties. The United Nations had launched an arms embargo against all fighting sides in the conflict, and Britain honored the ban. Refugees began pouring across the border into Transjordan, fleeing the fighting. By June 1948, about 300,000 Palestinians had fled their homes, many of them crossing into Transjordan. In July, Jewish forces seized the towns of Lydda and Ramle, following Arab withdrawal from the region.
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