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Today in Jewish History – Nissan 22

Sponsored by Aish.com: In 1921, Arab mobs attacked Jewish residents of Jaffa and stormed the Zionist Immigration Center, killing 47 Jews. The Arabs used rioting as a political tool: After each outbreak, a British commission of inquiry would pin the cause of the violence on the Arabs’ fear of being displaced by Jews. To stop […]

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Hebron protestors demand property taken in 1929

About 1,000 people attended a demonstration in Hebron yesterday to demand that stolen Jewish property be returned. The property was stolen by Arabs in 1929, following an Arab pogrom that killed 67 Jews and drove the rest of the Jewish community out of the Jewish Holy City of Hebron. Two speakers at the rally were […]

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An encyclopedia vs. the Bible

This post is a response to someone who holds that the proof which he concludes that the Palestinian Arabs have had their land stolen by Israel, can be found in a map in an encyclopedia under “Palestine”. Well, sir, evidently there is confusion and lack of knowledge of the Jewish biblical and modern historical connections […]

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They don’t deserve their own state

While Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced after meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak that Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas would meet with her for a three-way informal discussion of issues that must be cleared away to establish a Palestinian state, we learn that Palestinian terror groups in the West […]

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What is Zionism?

To start, the key to understanding Zionism is in its name. The easternmost of the two hills of ancient Jerusalem during the tenth century B.C.E. was called Zion. The religious and emotional qualities of the name arise from the importance of Jerusalem as the Royal City and the City of the Temple. “Mount Zion” is […]