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As a result, in 1939, the British caved to Arab pressure because of support needed for World War II, abandoned the idea of a Jewish national homeland, and abandoned partition and negotiations in favour of the unilaterally-imposed White Paper of 1939, which capped Jewish immigration, and put subject to review under further agreement with the Arabs.Its other stated policy was to establish a system under which both Jews and Arabs were to share one government.In 1917, the British endorsed a National Home for Jews in Mandate Palestine by passing the Balfour Declaration.The Jewish population in the region increased from 11% of the population in 1922 to 30% by 1940 In 1937, following the Great Arab Revolt, the partition plan proposed by the Peel Commission was rejected by the Palestinian Arab leadership, but accepted tentatively by Zionist leader David Ben-Gurion.Despite the ongoing debate over the question of who is a Jew among Israeli Jews, the Jewish status of a person, which is considered a matter of 'nationality' by the Israeli authorities, is registered and controlled by the Israeli Ministry of the Interior, which requires a person to meet the halakhic definition to be registered as a 'Jew'.Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics estimated the Israeli Jewish population was 6,450,000 as of December 2016 (74.8% of the total population if East Jerusalem and Golan Arab population are counted in).
After about 70 years parts of the Israelites were permitted to return to the region and soon thereafter they built the Second Temple. The region was conquered by the Roman Empire in 63 BC.
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Throughout the centuries the size of Jewish population in the land fluctuated.
Before the birth of modern Zionism in the 1880s, by the early 19th century, more than 10,000 Jews were still living in the area that is today modern Israel.