Archive for September, 2007

United States Position on Palestine Question: Statement by Herschel V. Johnson, United States Deputy Representative to the United Nations, October 11, 1947.
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United States Position on Palestine Question: Statement by Herschel V. Johnson, United States Deputy Representative to the United Nations, October 11, 1947.

1. The problem of the future government of Palestine confronts the General Assembly of the United Nations with a heavy and complex responsibility. The General Assembly, having assumed responsibility for making recommendations to the United Kingdom on the subject, must do everything within its power to evolve a practical solution consistent with the principles laid […]

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Tension in Palestine, Dec. 10, 1947
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Tension in Palestine, Dec. 10, 1947

Click here for more on Arms. Government Denies Haganah Report Of Many Arabs Killed During Attack JERUSALEM, Dec. 9 (AP)—A Haganah leader declared today that between 80 and 85 Arabs were killed and about 145 wounded by Jewish defenders of Tel Aviv during an Arab attack last night, but Government officials said “that’s bunk.” A […]

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Jewish Travelers
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Jewish Travelers

REDIRECT Jewish Travelers to the Holy Land

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Bank Robbed in Tel Aviv, United Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 13, 1948.
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Bank Robbed in Tel Aviv, United Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 13, 1948.

Stern Gang is Suspected in Big Holdup JERUSALEM, Jan. 12 (UP)—Twenty bandits believed to be members of the Stern gang robbed Barclay’s Bank in Tel Aviv of more than $37,000 today and British reinforcements were rushed to the Palestine-Syrian border where new fighting broke out between Arabs and Jews. The U. S. Consulate in Jerusalem […]

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A Crackle of Thorns
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A Crackle of Thorns

The National Government of Moab (Jordan, 1920-1), Sir Alec Seath Kirkbride, A Crackle of Thorns- Experiences in the Middle East, J. Murray, London 1956. Chapter 3- The National Government of Moab (Jordan, 1920-1) The Late King Hussein of the Hejaz was a direct descendant of the Prophet of Islam and was the head of the […]

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Palestine Asks Red Cross Aid, Jan. 6, 1948.
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Palestine Asks Red Cross Aid, Jan. 6, 1948.

JERUSALEM, Jan. 5 (UP)—The Palestine Government appealed today to the International Red Cross to send a representative to the Holy Land “in view of the grave situation,”—a shortage of doctors and medical supplies.

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Holy Land Clashes, Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 8, 1947
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Holy Land Clashes, Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 8, 1947

Seven Jews Die, Many Injured In New Rioting By the Associated Press JERUSALEM. Dec. 7—Intermittent knife and gun clashes cost the lives of seven more Jews in Palestine tonight, but an ominous Sunday quiet hung over the rest of the Middle East while the Arab world awaited the decision of its chiefs whether to wage […]

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‘Arab’ Group in Accord on Palestine, Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 7, 1947
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‘Arab’ Group in Accord on Palestine, Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 7, 1947

LAKE SUCCESS, Nov. 7 (AP)—The United Nations “Arab” subcommittee on Palestine was reported today to have agreed on a plan recommending that the legal aspects of the Palestine problem be studied by the International Court of Justice before any U. N. action is taken. This 8-nation sub-committee was created to round up the Arab viewpoint […]

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U.S. Offices Barricaded, Nov. 3. 1947
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U.S. Offices Barricaded, Nov. 3. 1947

JERUSALEM, Nov. 3 (U.P.)—Palestine authorities put the United States consulate general inside a heavily guarded security zone today and surrounded it with barbed wire as a precaution against attack by groups that resent the United States stand for a partition of Palestine. Similar precautions were taken at the French consulate general.

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1945
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1945

U.S. to join with Britain solving Jewish issue, News Chronicle, Nov. 14, 1945, scan Palestine, News Chronicle, Nov. 14, 1945, scan The Powers must unite to aid Jews, says Bevin, News Chronicle, Nov. 14, 1945, scan

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