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It was the beginning of the end of the Ottoman Empire and it was the beginning of a Hashemite kingdom whose capital was Mecca. Gradually it expanded northward. This battle left deep scars on the Middle East. Arab states came under strong European influence. The Ottoman caliphate ended and Palestine came under British rule, leading to the eventual existence of the state of Israel. The Sharif of Mecca was himself deposed by the rival Ibn Saud and his dream of an Arabian state stretching from Yemen to Syria remained unrealized.

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It was the beginning of the end of the Ottoman Empire and it was the beginning of a Hashemite kingdom whose capital was Mecca. それはオスマン帝国終焉の予兆で、そして、それはメッカを首都とするハシミテ王朝王国の始まりでした。 Gradually it expanded northward. This battle left deep scars on the Middle East. Arab states came under strong European influence. その状況は徐々に、北方へ拡大し、この戦いは、中東に深い傷を残しました。そして、アラブ諸国は、強いヨーロッパの影響を受けることになりました。 The Ottoman caliphate ended and Palestine came under British rule, leading to the eventual existence of the state of Israel. オスマントルコの支配が終わり、パレスチナは英国の支配を受けることになり、そして、そのことがイスラエル国建国を牽引すること(原因)となりました。 The Sharif of Mecca was himself deposed by the rival Ibn Saud and his dream of an Arabian state stretching from Yemen to Syria remained unrealized. メッカのシャリフは対抗勢力のイブン サウドによって彼自身が追放され、そして、イエメンを起点とし、シリアまでにわたってアラビア諸国を拡大するという彼の夢は実現されていないままでした。

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