Did you REALLY wanted an answer to your question?The Ottomans did lose WW I and the British did take over, didn't they?
Funny thing is the British mandate of Palestine compromised present day Israel and Jordan.
And Jordan is an Arab Kingdom, no?
Sure sounds like Britian held up their end of the bargain as well......
If so, it's this simple:
If you promise to pay me $20.00 for cutting your grass; I cut the grass according to that simple agreement
Then you pay me only $1.00 and give the $19.00 to someone who did nothing but manipulate you into deceiving me......how is that "holding up their end of the bargain...."?
That is the essence of Britain's betrayal of the Arabs?
What is unclear?
1. "compromised"???? What do you mean? Do you mean "comprised" as in "included"?
2. The British promised to return Palestine to the Arabs if the Arabs fought the Turks.(the Arabs were living in Palestine already but under Ottoman Rule)
3. Jordan and the Arab Kingdom had nothing to to with the The McMahon Agreement which is the basis for cheating the Arabs.
“The McMahon Agreement”
EXCERPT “The McMahon-Hussein Agreement of October 1915 was accepted by Palestinians as a promise by the British that after World War One, land previously held by the Turks would be returned to the Arab nationals who lived in that land.
The McMahon-Hussein Agreement was to greatly complicate Middle East history and seemed to directly clash with the Balfour Declaration of 1917.
By the time war ended in November 1918, two distinct schools of thought had developed regarding Palestine:
1) That the British had promised Palestine to the Arabs after the war had ended in return for their support to the Allies in the war.
2) That the British had agreed to give their support to the Jews for a homeland in Palestine as laid out in the Balfour Declaration of 1917.
In fact, neither was to emerge as the League of Nations had given Palestine to the British to govern as a mandate.
This left many Palestinians feeling that they had been betrayed by the British government. At the same time many Jews started to enter Palestine as a result of what they believed the Balfour Declaration had offered them. The British were left to ensure law and order was guaranteed in Palestine – something they found increasingly difficult to do.
What don't you understand about these quotes, facts, agreements etc I've provided to your question?