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3,200 Years of Documented Presence of the Jewish People in the Land of Israel

  1. Madaba Map25 B.C.E. Genesis 15:18-21
  2. Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel in the Herodian Period
  3. 19 B.C.E. The Temple Mount
  4. 24 C.E. – 79 C.E. Pliny the Elder
  5. Destruction of the Second Temple in 70 C.E. – Tisha B’Av
  6. 93 C.E. Jesus, Messiah, Resurrection
  7. 100 C.E. Plutarch (46 C.E. ― 120 C.E.)
  8. 110 C.E. Tacitus (56 C.E. ― 120 C.E.)
  9. 130 C.E. – 217 C.E. Galen
  10. 132 C.E. ― 135 C.E. Revolt of Bar Kokhba
  11. 150 C.E. Celsus Philosophus
  12. 160 C.E. ― 230 C.E. Cassius Dio
  13. Third Century C.E. Jews Visit Temple Mount
  14. 225 C.E. Jews Visit Temple Mount
  15. 300 C.E. – 339 C.E. Eusebius of Caesarea
  16. 300 C.E. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
  17. Fourth Century C.E. The Temple Mount Visitors
  18. Fourth Century C.E. Jewish Communities in the Holy Land
  19. 314 C.E. – 318 C.E. Eusebius of Caesaria (263 – 339 C.E.)
  20. October 18, 329 C.E. Emperor Constantine the Great (306-337)
  21. November 29, 330 C.E. Emperor Constantine I the Great (306-337)
  22. 333 C.E. The Bordeaux Pilgrim
  23. August 13, 339 C.E. Emperor Constantius II (337 – 361)
  24. March 1, 363 Emperor Julian “The Apostate” (361–363 C.E.)
  25. May 6, 368 C.E. Roman Emperor Valentinian I (364 – 375)
  26. May 21, 383 Valentinian II (375 – 392)
  27. 388 C.E. Christians Destroy a Synagogue in Syria
  28. March 14, 388 C.E. Emperor Valentinian II (375 – 392)
  29. 392 C.E. Church Leader Jerome (347 C.E. – 420 C.E.)
  30. September 29, 393 C.E. Emperors Theodosius I (379 – 395) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  31. February 28, 396 C.E. Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  32. June 17, 397 C.E. Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  33. July 1, 397 C.E. Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  34. February 3, 398 Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  35. 400 C.E. Martianus Capella
  36. February 3, 404 Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  37. April 1, 409 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  38. July 26, 412 Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Emperors Honorius (393 – 423)
  39. September 24, 416 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  40. March 10, 418 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  41. February 15, 423 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450), Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  42. April 9, 423 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  43. June 8, 423 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  44. 425 The Temple Mount
  45. July 9, 425 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Valentinian III (425 – 455)
  46. April 7, 426 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Valentinian III (425 – 455)
  47. May 30, 429 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Valentinian III (425 – 455)
  48. June 4, 438 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450), and Honorius (393 – 423)
  49. 438 The Temple Mount – Empress Eudocia (401 – 460)
  50. January 31, 438 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Valentinian III (425 – 455)
  51. 6th Century C.E. Cyril of Scythopolis
  52. 6th Century C.E. – The Temple Mount: Shir Hashirim
  53. 6th Century C.E. – The Temple Mount: Turn to the Holy of Holies
  54. April 527, Emperors Justin and Justinian I (527-565)
  55. 527 Emperor Justinian I (527 – 565)
  56. 527 – 534 Emperor Justinian I (527 – 565)
  57. July 28, 531 Emperor Justinian I (527 – 565)
  58. 534 C.E. Emperor Justinian I (527 – 565)
  59. February 8, 553 Emperor Justinian I (527-565)
  60. 624, Jericho
  61. 629 Jizyah: Tax Paid by Non-Muslims
  62. 638 Remnants of Ancient Jewish Communities
  63. 632 Temple Mount
  64. 632 Quran/ Koran
  65. May 638 Caliph Umar (Omar)
  66. 638 C.E. Arabs Conquer “Palestine” – Koran
  67. 638 C.E Arabs Conquer “Palestine” – Arabic Literature
  68. 638 – 750 Islam Says No to Jewish Homeland and State of Israel
  69. 640 – 740 First century after the Arab conquest
  70. 670 The Temple Mount
  71. 670 Pilgrim of Bishop Arculf
  72. 675 The Yellow–Stripe for All Non-Muslims
  73. 680 The Temple Mount
  74. 692 Dome of the Rock: Drawing by Ali Bey – 1750
  75. 692 Islamic Anti Christian Inscriptions
  76. 634 – 1099 Chronicle – Cairo Geniza 
  77. January 16th, 748 Earthquake
  78. 985 Jews in Jerusalem
  79. 995 A Jewish governor, appointed by the Vizer
  80. 999 Compelled Jews to Wear Chain and Image of Calf/Christians
  81. 11th Century Jewish Temple
  82. 11th Century The Temple Mount
  83. 1000 The Temple Mount
  84. 1010 Temple Mount Synagogue
  85. 1015 Christian Churches/ Synagogues
  86. 1039 Sukkot & Hoshanah Rabbah
  87. 1047 Synagogue & Churches
  88. 1050 Yeshiva/ Discovery of The Temple
  89. 1096 Crusaders & the Jews of Europe
  90. July 15, 1099 Synagogue on Temple Mount Destroyed
  91. 1099 Crusader Massacre of Jews and Muslims in Jerusalem
  92. July 15th, 1099 Muslims Account / Murder of Jews in Synagogues on Temple Mount
  93. 1099 Siege and Capture of Jerusalem
  94. 1100 Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel
  95. 1085-1141 Judah HaLevi
  96. 1144 Blood Libel in England
  97. 1160 Arab Refugees
  98. 1165 The Rambam Praying at Ruins of “the Temple” on Temple Mount
  99. 1170 The Western Wall
  100. 1170 Benjamin of Tudela
  101. 1180 The Travels of Rabbi Petachiah of Ratisbon
  102. October 1187 Kurdish Muslim Saladin Defeats Crusaders; Maimonides is his Physician
  103. 1211 Jerusalem Synagogues/ Hebron/ 300 Rabbis from France and England  
  104. 1211 300 Rabbis Settle in Jerusalem
  105. 1216 Spanish-Jewish Poet Al Harizi
  106. 1250 Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel
  107. 1260 The Battle of Ain Jalut
  108. 1267 Synagogues – Nahmanides
  109. 14th Century Temple Mount
  110. 1322 The Temple Mount- Jewish Guides from Gaza, Ramleh and Safed
  111. 1333 The Jews of Jerusalem
  112. 1334 Isaac ben Joseph ibn Chelo
  113. 1335 The Jews of Jerusalem
  114. 1344 The Jews of Jerusalem
  115. 1347 The Jews of Jerusalem
  116. 1395 Pilgrims, Visitors and Immigrant
  117. 1421 Pilgrims, Visitors, and Immigrant
  118. 1421 Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem
  119. 1427 The Jews of Jerusalem
  120. 1431 The Jews of Jerusalem
  121. 1449 The Jews of Jerusalem
  122. 1479 The Jews of Jerusalem
  123. 1480 The Jews of Jerusalem
  124. 1481 The Jews of Jerusalem
  125. 1481 250 Jewish Households in Jerusalem
  126. 1482 The Jews of Jerusalem
  127. 1483 The Jews of Jerusalem
  128. 1483 500 Jews in Jerusalem
  129. 1486 The Jews of Jerusalem
  130. 1488 Jewish Italian Pilgrim, Rabbi Obadiah da Bertinoro
  131. 1492 Immigrants from Expulsion from Spain
  132. 1492 The Jews of Jerusalem
  133. March 31, 1492 Expulsion of Jews From Spain
  134. 1493 The Jews of Jerusalem
  135. 1494 The Jews of Jerusalem
  136. 1497 The Jews of Jerusalem
  137. 1498 The Jews of Jerusalem
  138. 16th Century Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel
  139. 1500 Jews Visit Temple Mount
  140. 1507 The Jews of Jerusalem
  141. 1516 Jews Restricted from Temple Mount
  142. 1517 Islamic Murder, Mayhem, and Mutilation
  143. 1517 Safed
  144. 1518 The Jews of Jerusalem
  145. 1518 Safed
  146. 1519 The Jews of Jerusalem
  147. 1520 Jerusalem
  148. 1521 Safed
  149. 1521 The Temple Mount
  150. 1522 Islamic Murder, Mayhem, and Mutilation
  151. 1523 Martin Luther
  152. 1524 Schulchan Aruch
  153. 1529 The Jews of Jerusalem
  154. 1532 The Jews of Jerusalem
  155. 1533 The Jews of Jerusalem
  156. 1535 The Jews of Jerusalem
  157. 1535 Lecha Dodi Composed in Safed
  158. 1541 The Leader of Jerusalem Passes Away
  159. 1542 The Jews of Jerusalem
  160. 1542 Jewish Mysticism in Safed
  161. 1543 Martin Luther
  162. 1546 The Jews of Jerusalem
  163. 1548 Rabbi Kalman Kalonymas
  164. 1549 The Jews of Jerusalem
  165. 1553 The Jews of Jerusalem
  166. 1556 The Jews of Jerusalem
  167. 1563 The Jews of Jerusalem
  168. 1564 Don Yosef Nasi
  169. 1565 The Jews of Jerusalem
  170. 1569 The Jews of Jerusalem
  171. 1570 Grave of Samuel, Shavuot
  172. 1575 Safed-Jerusalem
  173. 1575 The Jews of Jerusalem
  174. 1577 The First Printing Press in the Middle East- Safed
  175. 1577 Forced Sabbath Desecration- Safed
  176. 1579 The Jews of Jerusalem
  177. 1579 Ottoman Sultan Murad III
  178. 1581 The Jews of Jerusalem
  179. 1583 The Jews of Jerusalem
  180. 1586 Synagogues in Jerusalem
  181. 1586 The Jews of Jerusalem
  182. 1587 The Jews of Jerusalem
  183. 1588 The Jews of Jerusalem
  184. 1588 Rabbi Besalel Ashkenazi moves to Jerusalem from Egypt
  185. 1590 The Temple Mount
  186. 1591 Jerusalem
  187. 1596 The Jews of Jerusalem
  188. 1598 The Jews of Jerusalem
  189. 1600 The Jews of Jerusalem
  190. 1600 Rabbi Avraham Azulai moves from Morocco to Hebron
  191. 1601 The Jews of Jerusalem
  192. 1608 The Jews of Jerusalem
  193. 1610 The Jews of Jerusalem
  194. 1612 The Jews of Jerusalem
  195. 1613 The Jews of Jerusalem
  196. 1614 The Jews of Jerusalem
  197. 1616 The Jews of Jerusalem
  198. 1621 The Jews of Jerusalem
  199. 1622 Jews in Jerusalem
  200. 1625 The Jews of Jerusalem
  201. 1627 The Jews of Jerusalem
  202. 1630 The Jews of Jerusalem
  203. 1630 Islamic Murder, Mayhem, and Mutilation
  204. 1631 The Jews of Jerusalem
  205. 1637 Greek Christian Immigrants
  206. 1640 The Jews of Jerusalem
  207. 1640 The city of Tiberias is destroyed by an earthquake
  208. 1644 The Jews of Jerusalem
  209. 1650 Jews flee to Palestine to escape oppression
  210. 1651 The Jews of Jerusalem
  211. 1652 The Jews of Jerusalem
  212. 1656 The Jews of Jerusalem
  213. 1658 The Jews of Jerusalem
  214. 1658 Beit Yaakov Yeshiva established
  215. 1659 The Jews of Jerusalem
  216. 1660 The Jews of Jerusalem
  217. 1665 The Jews of Jerusalem
  218. 1666 The Jews of Jerusalem
  219. 1668 The Jews of Jerusalem
  220. 1673 The Jews of Jerusalem
  221. 1674 The Jews of Jerusalem
  222. 1675 The Jews of Jerusalem
  223. 1679 The Jews of Jerusalem
  224. 1681 The Jews of Jerusalem
  225. 1684 The Jews of Jerusalem
  226. 1690 The Jews of Jerusalem
  227. 1693 The Jews of Jerusalem
  228. 1695 Jews in Jerusalem
  229. 1695 The Jews of Jerusalem
  230. 1697 The Jews of Jerusalem
  231. 1699 The Temple Mount
  232. 1699 The Jews of Jerusalem
  233. 1700 The Jews of Jerusalem
  234. 1700 The Temple Mount
  235. 1701 Hurva Synagogue in Jerusalem
  236. 1708 The Jews of Jerusalem
  237. 1711 The Jews of Jerusalem
  238. 1713 The Jews of Jerusalem
  239. 1719 The Jews of Jerusalem
  240. 1721 The Jews of Jerusalem
  241. 1722 Jerusalem
  242. 1724 The Jews of Jerusalem
  243. 1726 The Jews of Jerusalem
  244. 1730 The Jews of Jerusalem
  245. 1730 Islamic Murder, Mayhem and Mutilation
  246. 1733 The Jews of Jerusalem
  247. 1738 The Jews of Jerusalem
  248. 1739 The Jews of Jerusalem
  249. 1746 The Jews of Jerusalem
  250. 1751 The Jews of Jerusalem
  251. 1751 Jewish Community estimated to be 20,000
  252. 1753 The Jews of Jerusalem
  253. 1754 The Jews of Jerusalem
  254. 1766 The Jews of Jerusalem
  255. 1767 The Jews of Jerusalem
  256. 1776 The Jews of Jerusalem
  257. 1776 Safed
  258. 1777 The Jews of Jerusalem
  259. 1779 The Jews of Jerusalem
  260. 1786 Jihad
  261. 1789 The Jews of Jerusalem
  262. 1799 The Jews of Jerusalem
  263. 19th Century Arab Refugees
  264. 1800 Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel
  265. 1801 The Jews of Jerusalem
  266. 1805 The Jews of Jerusalem
  267. 1806 The Jews of Jerusalem
  268. 1807 The Jews of Jerusalem
  269. 1811 The Jews of Jerusalem
  270. 1814 The Jews of Jerusalem
  271. 1815 The Jews of Jerusalem
  272. 1816 The Jews of Jerusalem
  273. 1817 The Jews of Jerusalem
  274. 1818 The Jews of Jerusalem
  275. October 1818 American Presidents
  276. 1819 The Jews of Jerusalem
  277. 1820 The Jews of Jerusalem
  278. 1821 The Jews of Jerusalem
  279. 1823 The Jews of Jerusalem
  280. 1825 Dedication of Ararat Stone
  281. 1826 The Jews of Jerusalem
  282. 1827 The Jews of Jerusalem
  283. 1829 The Jews of Jerusalem
  284. 1830 The Jews of Jerusalem
  285. 1830-1839 Islamic Murder, Mayhem, and Mutilation
  286. 1831 Arab Refugees
  287. 1831 The Jews of Jerusalem
  288. 1832 The Jews of Jerusalem
  289. 1832 Christians
  290. 1833 The Jews of Jerusalem
  291. 1834 The Jews of Jerusalem
  292. 1834 Safed
  293. 1835 The Jews of Jerusalem
  294. 1836 The Jews of Jerusalem
  295. 1837 The Jews of Jerusalem
  296. 1838 The Jews of Jerusalem
  297. 1839 The Jews of Jerusalem
  298. 1840 The Jews of Jerusalem
  299. 1840 American Presidents
  300. August 11, 1840 Zionism
  301. 1841 The Jews of Jerusalem
  302. 1842 The Jews of Jerusalem
  303. 1843 The Jews of Jerusalem
  304. 1844 The Jews of Jerusalem
  305. 1845 The Jews of Jerusalem
  306. 1846 The Jews of Jerusalem
  307. 1847 The Jews of Jerusalem
  308. 1848 The Jews of Jerusalem
  309. 1849 The Jews of Jerusalem
  310. 1850 The Jews of Jerusalem
  311. 1851 Roots of Palestinian Arabs
  312. 1851 The Jews of Jerusalem
  313. 1852 The Jews of Jerusalem
  314. 1853 The Jews of Jerusalem
  315. April 22, 1853 Association for Promoting Jewish Settlement in Palestine
  316. 1854 The Jews of Jerusalem
  317. April 15, 1854 Karl Marx
  318. October 25, 1854 The Crimean War
  319. 1855 The Jews of Jerusalem
  320. 1856 The Jews of Jerusalem
  321. 1856 Jews Visit Temple Mount
  322. 1857 The Jews of Jerusalem 
  323. 1858 The Jews of Jerusalem
  324. 1859 The Jews of Jerusalem
  325. 1860 Arab Refugees
  326. 1860 The Jews of Jerusalem
  327. 1860 Zionism
  328. 1861 The Jews of Jerusalem
  329. 1863 The Jews of Jerusalem
  330. 1867 The Jews of Jerusalem
  331. President of Harvard University Writes
  332. 1867 The Temple Mount
  333. 1868 The Jews of Jerusalem
  334. 1870 Arab Refugees
  335. 1870 The Jews of Jerusalem
  336. 1870 Arab Nationalism
  337. 1871 The Jews of Jerusalem
  338. 1872 The Jews of Jerusalem
  339. 1873 The Jews of Jerusalem
  340. 1874 Christian Pilgrim
  341. 1875 The Jews of Jerusalem
  342. 1876 The Jews of Jerusalem
  343. 1877 The Jews of Jerusalem
  344. July 1877 American Anti-Semitism
  345. 1878 Zionism – Nahum Sokolow
  346. 1878 The Jews of Jerusalem
  347. 1879 Laurence Oliphant
  348. 1879 The Jews of Jerusalem
  349. 1880 The Jews of Jerusalem
  350. 1881 The Jews of Jerusalem
  351. 1881 Western Wall/ Sabbath
  352. 1882 The Arabs
  353. March 17, 1882 Pogrom
  354. May 3, 1882 The May Laws in Russia / Pogroms
  355. 1884 Islam Says No to Jewish Homeland and State of Israel
  356. 1884 Jews from Yemen
  357. 1886 Arab Refugees
  358. 1888 Suez Canal
  359. 1890 The Term “Zionism” / “Political Zionism”
  360. August 3rd, 1890  American Presidents
  361. 1891 Concern about Jewish Refugees from Russia Taking Jobs from Americans
  362. May 6, 1891 Sigmund Freud
  363. 1892 Marquess George Nathaniel Curzon of Great Britain
  364. November 9, 1892 “The Great Game”
  365. June 14, 1893 Islam Says No to Jewish Homeland and State of Israel
  366. January 26, 1895 Captain Alfred Dreyfus
  367. January 26, 1895 Dreyfus is wrongly Court-Martialed
  368. 1896 Captain Alfred Dreyfus
  369. February 1896 Der Judenstaat
  370. August 1897 Theodore Herzl
  371. 1898 “The Great Game”
  372. January 13, 1898 Captain Alfred Dreyfus
  373. Oct 18, 1898 Herzl meets Kaiser Wilhelm  II of Germany in Palestine
  374. Oct 19, 1898 Herzl Meets Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany in Palestine
  375. Oct 21, 1898 Herzl Meets Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany in Palestine
  376. Oct 28, 1898 Herzl Meets Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany in Palestine
  377. Oct 29, 1898 Herzl Meets Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany in Palestine
  378. Oct 29, 1898 Herzl and Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany in Palestine
  379. 1899 Mark Twain
  380. 1899 The Great Game
  381. September 1899 Captain Dreyfus is Pardoned
  382. November 27, 1899 The Great Game
  383. 1901 The Great Game / Germany, Russia and India
  384. 1901 The Great Game / Russia and India
  385. February 15, 1902 Theodor Herzl
  386. February 17, 1902 The Great Game / Russia and India
  387. November 6, 1902 The Great Game / Russia and India
  388. 1903 The Uganda Project
  389. 1903 Lydda, Ramleh, Ben Shemen
  390. April 6-7 1903 Kishnev Pogrom in Russia
  391. April 6-7, 1903 Kishnev Pogrom in Russia – Letter to Grand Rabbi of France
  392. June 17, 1903 Kishnev Pogrom in Russia – Houdini Visits Kihnev
  393. July 3rd, 1904 Theodor Herzl Dies
  394. 1905 Negib Azouri on the Arab and Jewish Movement
  395. September 1905 Roosevelt Against Oppression of Jews in Russia
  396. October 1905 Pogroms in Russia
  397. July 1906 Captain Alfred Dreyfus
  398. 1908 Oil Discovered in Persia
  399. 1910 Railroads Built as Land Routes to Persian Gulf & India
  400. 1911 Arab Refugees
  401. 1911 Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty
  402. March 1911 Blood Libel
  403. March 7, 1911 General Lowther to Sir Edward Grey about Anti-Zionism Resentments in Turkey
  404. 1912 President Woodrow Wilson
  405. 1913 The Nationalist Organization “Filistin” is Established
  406. 1913 Account of the Conditions on the Coastal Plain
  407. March 17, 1913 Gerard Lowther to Sir E. Grey on Ottoman Opposition to Zionism
  408. 1914 Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel
  409. 1914 Palestine Since the Arab Conquest
  410. 1914 Haqqi Bey al-Azm
  411. June 1914 Raghib al-Nashashibi
  412. June 1914 General Summons Signatory
  413. 1915 Zion Mule Corps
  414. April 13, 1915 The De Bunsen Committee
  415. January 30, 1916 Sir Henry McMahonu
  416. January 30, 1916 McMahon-Hussein Correspondence
  417. April 1916 Partition of Ireland
  418. April 1916 Ireland’s Easter Rising
  419. May 16, 1916 Sykes-Picot Agreement
  420. August 24, 1916 British Admiral Sir Edmond Slade
  421. 1917 Lawrence of Arabia
  422. 1917 Ottoman Census
  423. 1917 The Last Crusade
  424. November 2, 1917 Prime Minister David Lloyd George
  425. November 2, 1917 The Balfour Declaration
  426. November 2, 1917 Who Associated with the Balfour Declaration
  427. November 2, 1917 Lloyd George Testifies before the Royal Commission
  428. November 2, 1917 One Complete Palestine from the Mediterranean to Iraq
  429. December 8-9 1917 British Rule of Palestine Begins
  430. December 10, 1917 Jerusalem Taken by British
  431. December 15, 1917 Gilbert Clayton on Arab Unity
  432. 1918 Arabs Fought for Turkey in World War I David Lloyd George
  433. 1918 Arabs Fought for Turkey in World War I
  434. 1918 Oil
  435. 1918 Arab Muslim-Christian Association against Jewish Homeland
  436. December 1918 Israel Offers Peace to Islam
  437. 1919 The Palestinians
  438. 1919 Greeks and Turks
  439. January 16, 1919 Refugees/Minority Rights
  440. January 18, 1919 Muslim-Christian Association to King-Crane Commission
  441. January 21, 1919 A Jewish State in Palestine
  442. February 3, 1919 Statement of the Zionist Organization Regarding Palestine
  443. March 1,1919 King Faisal of Syria
  444. March 3, 1919 A Jewish State in Palestine – President Woodrow Wilson
  445. May 1919 The Partition of Ireland
  446. June 16, 1919 Pogroms – President Woodrow Wilson
  447. June 28 ,1919 Treaty of Versailles and the Peace Treaty for Poland
  448. June 28, 1919 The Palestine Mandate
  449. July 2, 1919 Southern Syrian Known as Palestine
  450. October 14, 1919 Winston Churchill – Palestine Deception of Great Britain
  451. 1919 Increase of Arab Attacks on Jewish Settlements
  452. 1920 Weizmann on Living Side by Side with Arab Population
  453. 1920 Lord Balfour on Jewish Historical Connection to Palestine
  454. 1920 Third Arab Congress, Haifa
  455. 1920 Hebert Samuel Appointed as High Commissioner
  456. 1920 Lord Curzon on Palestine Mandate Draft
  457. 1920 Syria and Palestine
  458. 1920 Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis
  459. 1920 Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India
  460. February 8, 1920 Winston Churchill
  461. February 25, 1920 Pogroms in Russia
  462. March 1, 1920 Arab Villagers Murder Jews
  463. April 4, 1920 Nebi Musa Festivies turn Violent
  464. April 18, 1920 San Remo Conference
  465. July 1, 1920 The Palestine Mandate Goes into Effect
  466. July 12, 1920 Sir Arthur Balfour
  467. December 1920 The Third Palestinian Arab Conference, Haifa
  468. December 23rd 1920 The Partition of Ireland
  469. 1921 Evreiskie Pogromy (“Jewish Massacre”) 1918-1921, Ukraine
  470. 1921 King Faisal on being King of an Artificial Nation- Iraq
  471. March 1921 Palestine Executive Committee to Winston Churchill
  472. March 12, 1921 The Cairo Conference
  473. March 12, 1921 The Partition of the Palestine Mandate
  474. March 12, 1921 Winston Churchill on the Creation of Transjordan
  475. March 24, 1921 How Britain Intended to Delay Establishment of Jewish Homeland
  476. March 28, 1921 US Secretary of State Calms Arab and Jewish Sides
  477. March 28, 1921 Jerusalem Conference
  478. March 28, 1921 Memoirs of King Abdullah of Jordan
  479. March 28, 1921 Lawrence of Arabia on Jerusalem Conference
  480. March 28,  1921 Mousa Kazem El-Hussaini
  481. April 2, 1921 Winston Churchill to Prime Minister Lloyd George
  482. April 11, 1921 Herbert Samuel Supports Appointment of Grand Mufti of Jerusalem
  483. May 1, 1921 Jaffa Arabs Murder Jewish Residents
  484. May 6, 1921 Arab Villagers Raid Khedera
  485. 1921 The British Create Iraq Including Kurds, Shi’a and Sunnis Tribes
  486. 1922 Winston Churchill on the Zionist Effect on the Region
  487. 1922 Illegal Immigration from Sinai, Transjordan and Syria
  488. June 17, 1922 Palestine Arab Delegation on Tension Between Arabs and Jews
  489. June 1922 The Partition of the Palestine Mandate
  490. July 1922 Winston Churchill
  491. October 1923 Arab Leaders Reject Offer of Arab Agency
  492. June 1924 President Calvin Coolidge
  493. 1925 King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia
  494. March 25, 1925 English Edition of La Palestine
  495. June 25, 1926 Southern Syria/Palestine/Falestin/Land of Israel
  496. July 3, 1927 Arab Higher Committee to League of Nations
  497. September 1928 President Herbert Hoover
  498. 1929 Mufti of Jerusalem Goads the Jews
  499. 1929 Yasser Arafat
  500. 1929 Mufti of Jerusalem on Temple Mount
  501. April 1929 Mufti rejects Chancellor’s Suggestion to Sell Maghribi District
  502. August 22, 1929 Hope-Simpson Proposes Halting Jewish Aliyah
  503. August 23, 1929 Hebron Massacre
  504. August 23, 1929 130 Jews Murdered in Hebron and Jerusalem
  505. August 23, 1929 The Hebron Massacre- Wall Street Journal
  506. August 23, 1929 The 5689 Riots in Palestine
  507. April 24, 1929 Albert Einstein and God
  508. August 24, 1929 The Story of Benjamin Hurwitz
  509. August 24, 1929 Survivor Responds to Denial of Hebron Massacre of 1929
  510. August 24, 1929 Report of Police Commissioner Cafferata
  511. September 1, 1929  High Commissioner of Palestine Mandate
  512. September 1, 1929 Arab Denial of Hebron Massacre
  513. September 4, 1929 High Commissioner Takes Emergency Measures
  514. September 11, 1929 Proclamation issued by Arab Youth Association
  515. October 20, 1929 Publishing of White Paper of Lord Passfield
  516. October 29, 1929 Palestine Arab Women’s Congress Statement
  517. November 14, 1929 Statement from first Arab Economic Congress
  518. November 19, 1929 Albert Einstein
  519. 1930 The Supreme Muslim Council on the Temple Mount
  520. April 1930 Break-off from Hagana
  521. June 30, 1930 Seventeenth Zionist Congress, Basil
  522. October 1930 British Restrict Immigration to Palestine
  523. October 1930 Hope-Simpson on Restriction of Immigration
  524. October 21, 1930 International Herald Tribune
  525. November 18, 1930 Second Census, Palestine
  526. December 31, 1930 Albert Einstein and Talmud
  527. 1931 Manifesto to the Arab World from Istiqlal
  528. January 5, 1931 Arab Executive Committee to High Commissioner for Palestine
  529. August 1931 Terrorist Murder of Jews
  530. 1932 Bloody Iraqi Independence Celebrations
  531. 1932 Frescoes of Hadrianic temple of Aelia recovered from Dura-Europos 
  532. March 28, 1932 First Maccabiah Games, Tel Aviv
  533. 1933 Moshavim Movement Established
  534. 1933 The Fifth Aliyah
  535. 1933 Lawrence of Arabia
  536. January 30, 1933 Hitler Comes to Power in Germany
  537. March 1933 Stormy Elections for 18th Zionist Congress
  538. April 1, 1933 Nazi Boycott of Jewish Businesses in Germany
  539. April 7, 1933 Jews Barred from Government Positions in Germany
  540. April 17, 1933 The British Restrict Jewish Immigration to Palestine
  541. June 16, 1933 Dr. Haim Arlosoroff Murdered
  542. August 21, 1933 Eighteenth Zionist Congress, Prague
  543. October 13, 1933 Arab General Strike
  544. October 29, 1933 Arab Riots all over the Country
  545. November 21, 1933 The British Restrict Jewish Immigration into Palestine
  546. December 1933 37,00 Immigrants Arrive in Israel
  547. 1934 Tension in the Yishuv
  548. 1934 British Anti-Semitism
  549. February 19, 1934 First Youth Aliyah Group Arrives in Palestine
  550. March 25, 1934 Zionist Actions Committee Convenes in Jerusalem
  551. April 9, 1934 National Labor Federation Founded
  552. Autumn 1934 Arab Executive Complains to High Commissioner
  553. August 25, 1934 “Union” Immigrant Ship Arrives in Palestine
  554. October 26, 1934 Agreement Signed Between Labor and Revisionist Movements
  555. 1935 65,000 German Jews Immigrate to Palestine
  556. 1935 Economic Developments in Palestine Leads to Influx of Arabs
  557. January 11, 1935 The Religious Kibbutz Movement is Founded
  558. March 30, 1935 The Voice of Jerusalem Radio Station Opens
  559. April 15, 1935 Arabs Murder Jewish Travelers on Tulkarm-Nablus Road
  560. April 19, 1935 Terror Attack Takes Lives of Nine Jews
  561. April 20, 1935 Arabs Declare General Strike
  562. April 30, 1935 Levant Fair, Tel Aviv
  563. May 1935 The “Group of Five” Fail to Make Peace
  564. May 19, 1935 Tel Aviv Port Open, Jaffa Port on Strike
  565. June 1935 Arab Acts of Terror Continue
  566. August 10, 1935 Nineteenth Zionist Congress, Switzerland
  567. September 12, 1935 New Zionist Organization Established in Vienna
  568. September 15, 1935 Nazi’s Nuremberg Laws Strip German Jews of Citizenship
  569. October 12, 1935 Arab General Strike Ends
  570. December 31, 1935 65,000 Immigrants Arrive in Israel
  571. 1936 Statement by the Arab Higher Committee
  572. 1936 Continued Prosperity
  573. January 1936 Einstein and God
  574. March 1936 Jihad
  575. April 19, 1936 Th Arab Higher Committee Incites to Murder
  576. April 25 1936 Arab Higher Committee Calls for Continuation of General Strike
  577. May 19 1936 Riots Fanned by Groups Telling Arab their Religion is in Danger
  578. June 20, 1936 Falastin Newspaper
  579. September 4, 1936 Arab Leaders Hold Back from Meeting with Jews
  580. October 12, 1936 End of General Arab Strike
  581. November 11, 1936 The Peel Commission Investigates the Riots
  582. December 10, 1936 Kibbutz Tel Amal is Founded
  583. 1937 Sigmund Freud
  584. 1937 Arab Refugees
  585. 1937 PM of Great Britain at the time of the Balfour Declaration
  586. 1937 Peel Commission Report
  587. 1937 The Peel Commission and the British Colonial Secretary on Transjordan
  588. 1937 Jihad
  589. January 13, 1937 Awni Bey Abdulhadi to the Royal Commission
  590. January 18, 1937 Monseignor Jajar, Ahrchbishop of Galilee, to the Peel Commission
  591. January 18, 1937 The Peel Commission Returns to England
  592. February 8, 1937 Arab Higher Committee to the Peel Commission
  593. March 1937 King Abdullah of Jordan to the Peel Commission
  594. April 1937 No Country Called Palestine
  595. April 11, 1937 Aryan
  596. April 13, 1937 Illegal Immigration to Palestine Continues
  597. April 26, 1937 Irgun Bet Splits Up
  598. May 1 1937 Arab Mobs Murder Jewish Residents of Jaffa
  599. May 3 1937 Hebrew Colonies Looted
  600. May 5 1937 Petah Tiqvah Attacked
  601. May 6 1937 Arabs Besiege and Attack
  602. May 1-6 1937 Arabs Murder and Wound
  603. May 26, 1937 Absorptive Capacity of Palestine according to the British
  604. July 1937 Uneconomic Land Prices
  605. July 1 1937 The Grand Mufti’s Testimony to the Peel Commission
  606. July 1 1937  Arabs Attacking Arabs due to Nationalism
  607. July 1 1937 Israel Offes Peace to Islam
  608. July 1 1937 Leniency towards Arabs
  609. July 1 1937 Arabs Benefit from Zionism
  610. July 1 1937 The Palestine Mandate
  611. July 1937 British Restrict Jewish Immigration into Palestine
  612. July 7, 1937 The Peel Commission Issues Report
  613. July 18, 1937 The Archbishop of Galilee before the Peel Commission
  614. July 23, 1937 The Arab Higher Committee
  615. September 1937 All Arab States Stand Behind Palestine as Arab Homeland
  616. September 11, 1937 Resolutions at pan-Arab Congress
  617. September 14, 1937 British Restrict Immigration to Palestine
  618. September 26, 1937 The British Outlaw the Arab Higher Committee
  619. September 26, 937 Acting District Commissioner of Galilee Fatally Shot
  620. October 23, 1937 Renewed Violence in Palestine after Lull
  621. November 7, 1937 Empires Check Arab Threat
  622. November 30, 1937 Arab Terrorism Continues
  623. Fall 1937 The British Restrict Jewish Immigration into Palestine
  624. 1938 Henry Ford Receives the Grand Cross of the German Eagle from Nazis
  625. 1938 British Antisemitism in Sunday Express Newspaper
  626. Summer 1938 British Antisemitism – Everybody’s Magazine
  627. 1938 British Colonial Secretary – No Jewish Majority in Palestine
  628. 1938 Henry Ford’s Antisemitism – Business Week Online
  629. March 1, 1938 Murder by Arab Terrorists
  630. March 4, 1938 Oil Struck in Saudi Arabia
  631. May 4, 1938 Sir Charles Tegart’s Wall
  632. June 1, 1938 Sir Charles Tegart’s Wall – Times of London
  633. June 1, 1938 Sir Charles Tegart’s Wall – Alec Seath Kirkbride
  634. June 20, 1938 Sir Charles Tegart’s Wall – A Pillbox
  635. June 20, 1938 Sir Charles Tegart’s Wall – Time Magazine
  636. July 1938 President Roosevelt
  637. July 1938 Arab Gang Murders
  638. July 15, 1938 Conference at Evian, France
  639. July 23 1938 More Terrorism Expected – New York Times
  640. July 24, 1938 Great Britain Restricts Jewish Immigration
  641. July 26 1938 Arabs Attempt Murder around the Country
  642. September 30, 1938 British Appeasement of Nazis
  643. October 2, 1938 Massacre at Tiberias
  644. October 12, 1938 Fate of 120,000 Jews Debated
  645. October 7, 1938 Conference on Status of Palestine at Colonial Office
  646. November 8, 1938 Young Arab Girl Writes about Jihad
  647. November 9, 1938 Kristallnacht
  648. November 10, 1938 Kristallnacht
  649. Jews in the Diaspora

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