Re: "It was not immediately clear, however...
"It seem you know very little about middle east history....." Obviously far, far more than you picked up in the madrasah, even if you did have a Facebook account there.
".....The exile of the native Palestinians was mostly due to activities of (now famous) Jewish terrorists ....." For that to be true the majority of the refugees would have to have left AFTER the hostilities started, whereas it is historically provable the majority left BEFORE the Arabs invaded in April/May, so much so that in January 1948 the Palestine Arab Higher Committee asked neighboring Arab countries to refuse visas to these refugees and to seal their borders against them. Haifa makes a particularly bad case for your delusion, with the U.S. Consul-General in Haifa, Aubrey Lippincott, writing on April 22, 1948, for example, that “local mufti-dominated Arab leaders” were urging “all Arabs to leave the city, and large numbers did so.”
But a bigot like you wouldn't listen to the representative of The Great Satan, so let's look at what the Palestinian Arabs and other Arabs had to say:
".....The Arabs of Palestine left their homes, were scattered, and lost everything. But there remained one solid hope: The Arab armies were on the eve of their entry into Palestine to save the country and return things to their normal course, punish the aggressor, and throw oppressive Zionism with its dreams and dangers into the sea. On May 14, 1948, crowds of Arabs stood by the roads leading to the frontiers of Palestine, enthusiastically welcoming the advancing armies. Days and weeks passed, sufficient to accomplish the sacred mission, but the Arab armies did not save the country. They did nothing but let slip from their hands Acre, Sarafand, Lydda, Ramleh, Nazareth, most of the south and the rest of the north. Then hope fled...." Palestinian nationalist of the time, Musa Alami.
"....: “The first of our fifth-column consists of those [Arabs] who abandon their houses and businesses and go to live elsewhere. . . . At the first signs of trouble they take to their heels...." January 30, 1948, the Jaffa newspaper, Ash Sha’ab.
".... They robbed individuals and homes. Life was of little value, and the honor of women was defiled. This state of affairs led many [Arab] residents to leave the city under the protection of British tanks.” Hajj Nimer el-Khatib, leader of the Arab National Committee in Haifa, reporting on ARAB soldiers mistreating residents in Jaffa in April BEFORE the arrival of the Jewish forces. That would be the "volunteer" Arab soldiers that had arrived from Transjordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Looks like it's back to school for you, only a real school this time.