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Sunday, April 16, 2006

Arab Muslim attacks 1901-1945 [Including Gedera 1901] inside Israel and outside Israel, Terrorism before "occupation"


September Military History 1901, Arabs attack Jewish settlement of Gedara, Palestine. 1917, 11th Battle of the Isonzo (Battle of the Bainsizza) ends (from Aug 19) ...

Alas, Why-Why, and Never Again1886-03-01 - First organized Arab attack on a Jewish settlement in Eretz Yisrael ... 1901-09-12 - Arabs attacked Gedera 1903-06-25 - Russia prohibited ...


Palestine Arab Riots 1920-21
The first Arab riots of the Mandate period took place in Jerusalem in the ... the Arab attacks, while Vladimir Jabotinsky and other Jews were arrested for ...

Arab Riots of the 1920's
Six Jews were killed and some 200 injured in Jerusalem in the course of the 1920 riots. ... In fact, the British encouraged the Arabs to attack the Jews. ...

The Zionist Century Concepts Struggle and Defense In March 1920 anti-Jewish riots broke out in Jerusalem ("Bloody Passover"). ... On August 23, an Arab mob tried to attack the Jews in Jerusalem. ...

Jewish History 1920 April 4-5, JERUSALEM (Eretz Israel). Anti-Jewish riots. Five Jews were ... The British Government refused to condemn the attack, leading the Arabs ..

1920 March 1, TEL HAI (Eretz Israel)

A Jewish village in the Galilee was attacked by Arabs. Joseph Trumpeldor and five men under his command were killed in the ensuing battle.

1921 May 2, JAFFA (Eretz Israel)

Arabs rioted, killing forty Jews and wounding two hundred others. The riots soon spread to Tel Aviv, Petah Tikva, Kfar Saba, Hadera, and Rehovot. Though casualties were "relatively" light, the British decided to immediately suspend Jewish immigration and appease the Arabs by "redefining" the borders of the Balfour Declaration.

1929 August 16, ERETZ ISRAEL

Although warned by the Zionist Executive that the Arabs were preparing to attack the Jews of Jerusalem with massive riots
, High Commissioner Sir John Chancelor refused to cut his vacation short, declaring that relations between the two sides were improving. The day after the ninth of Av, after Friday prayers, two thousand Arabs attacked Jews praying at the Western Wall. One Jewish youth was stabbed in the back. The British Government refused to condemn the attack, leading the Arabs again to believe that the British supported their riots.

1929 August 23, ERETZ ISRAEL

Arabs began to riot throughout pre-state Israel after Moslem Friday prayers. The next day, the riots spread to Hebron where over 60 Jews were killed and over 50 injured. During the week of August 23-29, 113 Jews were killed and 339 wounded
. As a result, Sir Walter Shaw headed a commission which urged the banning of Jewish immigration and absolved the Arabs and the Mufti of guilt. Another commission led by Sir John Simpson declared that the entire Zionist operation was unsound and undesirable. Both of these commissions were under the auspices of Lord Passfield, the British Colonial Secretary.
1936 April 21, BEGINNING OF THE 36-39 RIOTS (ME'ORAOT) (Eretz Israel)
Arab headquarters called for a general strike and a rebellion against the Mandate in an effort to prevent Jewish immigration. Initially 80 Jews were murdered and 308 wounded. By the fall of '39, over a hundred Jews had been killed in Arab attacks
. The official Zionist policy at the time was havlagah (self-restraint).



Two thousand Jews were expelled from towns and cities and forced to live in the wilderness.

1941 April 10, CROATIA
Declared its independence from Yugoslavia. Ante Pavelic, head of the Ustache party, initiated anti-Jewish measures within a few weeks, and held wealthy Jews for ransom. His troops, together with a Bosnian Muslim division, took part in the destruction of synagogues and cemeteries. The Muslim division was personally blessed by Haj Amin al-Husseini, the former mufti of Jerusalem. Within a month he established his country’s first concentration camp at Danica.

1945 November 2, EGYPT
Riots took place on the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration. Similar riots in Tripoli LYBIA
left 120 Jews dead.


Which Came First- Terrorism or Occupation - Major Arab Terrorist ...Major Arab Terrorist Attacks against Israelis Prior to the 1967 Six-Day War. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, March 2002. Palestinian and Arab spokesmen ...

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