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Following the revolt, Muhammad Pasha, the son of Muhammad Ali, expelled nearly 10, 000 of the local peasants to Egypt, while bringing loyal Arab peasants from Egypt and discharged soldiers to settle the coastline of Palestine, northern Jordan Valley was settled by his Sudanese troops.
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