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The redrawing of the map in the Middle East after WWI led to conflict and turmoil centered around which area? A. Egypt B. Iraq C. Palestine D. Saudi Arabia
The redrawing of the map in the Middle East after WWI led to conflict and turmoil centered around C. Palestine.
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