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Posted on 08/15/2007 12:19:02 AM PDT by PRePublic
Hebron And Darfur
Aug 9, 2007
Yesterday, Hebron marked the 78th anniversary of the 1929 riots and massacre during which 67 Jews were slaughtered and more than 70 injured. ...
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People often ask me why I am preoccupied with the Arab-Israeli conflict, yet the answer Post-9/11 seems clear: the Jews in Israel have been fighting Muslim extremists since The Hebron Massacre of 1929...
The 800 Jews in modern Hebron lived in peace amidst tens of thousands of Arabs, yet the 1929 murder of 67 Jews precipitated the ethnic cleansing...
THE GRAND MUFTI OF JERUSALEM,ISLAMONAZIFASCISM AND ECCLESIASTES 1:9In 1929 the grand mufti of Jerusalem... organized the massacre of Palestinian Jews in Hebron ...
Haj Mohammad Amin al-Husseini was a brilliant agitator and former Customs officer in the small Palestinian Arab town of Qalqilia who went on to become grand mufti of Jerusalem, the official "priest" and pre- eminent political leader of the Arabs. From his earliest years, Husseini was a ferocious opponent of Jewish immigration to Palestine.
During the Muslim festival of Nebi Musa on April 4, 1920, Haj Mohammad Amin's followers went on a murderous rampage and, "inflamed by anti-Jewish diatribes, began attacking Jewish passers-by and looting Jewish stores." He was subsequently convicted by a British military tribunal of inciting the violence, in which five Jews and four Arabs were killed and 211 Jews and 21 Arabs wounded.
After skipping bail, Haj Mohammad Amin took refuge in western Palestine and was sentenced in absentia to ten years in prison. The leader of the hastily organized Jewish self-defense force, Vladimir Jabotinsky, received a 15-year jail sentence for halting the killing spree.
But Haj Mohammad Amin was ferociously opposed to any form of cooperation between Jews and Arabs, which the fledging Zionist movement was trying actively to promote. When young Arab and Jewish intellectuals established "an evening school for the teaching of Hebrew to the Arabs, Arabic to the Jews, and English to both," al -Husseini intervened to kill the project within a year.
His opposition to the Jews was unrelenting. "Remember, Abbady," he told a local official who came from an old Jewish family in Jerusalem, "this was and will remain an Arab land. We do not mind you Jewish natives of the country, but those alien invaders, the Zionists, will be massacred to the last man. We want no progress, no prosperity [deriving from Jewish immigration]. Nothing but the sword will decide the future of this country."
That may be the single most telling statement any Arab leader has made to explain the deep, unacceptable challenge Arabs feel when faced by the success of the Jews.
Haj Mohammad Amin al-Husseini emerged from hiding not long after his trial. In recognition of his status among the Palestinian Arabs, the British mandatory authorities disregarded his record of incitement and appointed him grand mufti in 1922.
But instead of calming the population, as the British seemed to wish, he led a second massacre of Jews on Aug. 23, 1929, in Hebron, where Jewish immigrants had established a thriving community on the site of Judaism's second most holy city. Given al-Husseini's new official status, the commission of inquiry appointed by the British Colonial Office treated him "with exceptional consideration," allowing him to testify behind closed doors at his own home.
Remembering The Hebron Massacre of 1929.
Since... August 24th, marks 77 years since the Brutal Massacre and rape of the Jewish Community of Hebron, I thought it would be important to provide the following recently found letter from a survivor who recounts the horrors of the pogrom. The letter's author requests that his surviving children read the account every year to recall the survival and the massacre:
The Hebron massacre 1929 by Arabs - (another) important milestone, Arab propaganda machine would want you to ignore.
Just like most important milestones in the middle east conflict, the Hebron massacre by Arabs on Jews (mostly non Zionists) is crucial to apprehend the deep rooted hatred by Arabs to non Arabs especially to the Jews (before Israel's re-establishment).
One of the key reasons why Arab propaganda machine ignores or would like very much the world to ignore it, is again, as it contradicts with their line of lie of 'blaming it all on Israel's inception.', or on 'the Zionists' for that matter.
Hebron 1929 Massacre Homepage
Palestine Arab Riots 1929
On the afternoon of Friday, August 23, 1929 Jerusalem Arabs came to Hebron with false reports of Jews murdering Arabs during the rioting there, ...
Hebron - The Pogrom of 1929 and the Protected Jews Now
Hebron massacre of 1929 remembered 24 August 1929 - 24 August 2004 ...August 24, 2004 marks the 75th anniversary of the 1929 Hebron Massacre, in which 67 Jews were brutally murdered by their Arab neighbors. ...
The 1929 Hebron Massacre
David Hacohen reported on the news of the Safad Massacre in 1929:David Hacohen reported on the news of the Safad Massacre in 1929: ... been taking place for the past seven days, seven whole days since the Hebron massacre. ...
THE LESSONS OF 1929 ... I explained to him that the perpetrators of 1929 massacre were friends and neighbors of the Jews they mutilated and slaughtered. One of the most loved Arabs in Hebron, a man named Issa, worked for the baker, Noah Immerman.
Eyewitness to History - Hebron, August 1929The Hebron Pogrom of August 1929. submitted by Shlomo Hersh ... The massacre lasted an hour and a half. There were then heard six shots and the murderers ...
Hebron - TERRORIST ATTACKS AND VIOLENT INCIDENTS IN HEBRON SINCE 1929 ...
Eretz Israel ForeverHebron 's Jews mark 1929 massacre. By MARION FISCHEL. Some 1000 people gathered in Hebron on Thursday afternoon at a ceremony commemorating 75 years since ...
Hebron Massacre of 1929 Chabad.org
Knowledge Base Â» People & Events Â» History Â» Historical Periods & Events Â» Hebron Massacre of 1929 ... Hebron Massacre of 1929 ...
Jonathan Tobin - For all of its interesting antiquity, Hebron is not such a place. ... Everywhere there are signs of the 1929 massacre in which Arab mobs destroyed the ...
Riot in hebron, Jews have had a presence in Hebron for centuries. The Arabs carried out a massacre of Jews there in 1929. So, despite the Arabs' false claim...
Hebron Massacre - 1929Hebron Massacre - 1929 - A History of Zionism and Israel.
Smooth Stone: The 1929 HEBRON MASSACRE In 1929, 67 Jews of the ancient holy city of Hebron were brutally murdered by a bloodthirsty Arab mob. From reading the news services, it would seem that the Jewish residents of Hebron are responsible for all the violence in the Mideast, the spread of AIDS, the rising unemployment, the hole in the ozone, and the Windows Me operating system. After the horrific suicide bomb attack at SbarroÂs restaurant in Jerusalem, the media had to scramble to find an equivalent outrage by Israelis in their compulsion for Âbalance.Â Since no equivalent atrocity against Palestinians could be found, an AP photographer by the name of Nasser Shyoukhi took it upon himself to create one.
Mishpocha - 1. Tel Hai 1920. 2. Bloody Passover 1921. 3. The Hebron massacre 1929. 4. The Arab Riots 1936 - 1939 ... The Hebron Massacre of 1929. by Shira Schoenberg ...
Letter from Aharon Bernzweig, Survivor of the Hebron Massacre of August 1929
Written September 2, 1929 - 27 Av 5689
Hebron is the second holiest city to the Jews. The community thrived for hundreds of years in peace with the Arabs until a massacre in 1929 made Hebron 'Judenrein'. Not until 1967 were the Jews allowed back.
The Hebron Massacre: August, 1929 http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/loge/7748/1 929.html
What Really Happened in the Middle East... a war on the jews for 60 years but it really has been 80 years at least-the 1929 massacre in chevron where over 60 jews were murdered b y a mob of arabs ...
August 2007 - The ...... to live in Hebron, gave us an accurate history of the 1929 massacre, .... Ethnic cleansing...
Pakistan Today: Front Page 192004... but from the early 1900s, the Arabs carried out a policy of ethnic cleansing that included the massacre and pogroms in 1929 and 1936 in Hebron. ...
Judenrein Palestine? massacre and pogroms in 1929 and 1936 in Hebron. Both the spirit and practice of ethnic cleansing are being continued in the current conflict...
The 1929 massacre was a harbinger of civilian massacres to comemuch like ... in Palestine of "ethnic cleansing," as all the Jews of Hebron were...
From Al Husseini to Hitler :Radical Islam and the Nazi connection ...Random murdering of Hebron Jews begins. Hebron Jewish community was over 2000 years old. ... Bosnian ethnic cleansing under Amin al Husseini...
Hebron massacre of 1929 remembered
24 August 1929 - 24 August 2004
(75 years later - and what is different?)
August 24, 2004 marks the 75th anniversary of the 1929 Hebron Massacre, in which 67 Jews were brutally murdered by their Arab neighbors. Arab mobs were incited by various false rumours, e.g. that Jews were murdering Arabs and that Jews were plotting to harm the Al Aqsa Mosque and other sites holy to Muslims. Attacks against Jews began in Jerusalem and spread throughout Palestine.
Photos from the sephardiccouncil.org, warnning - very graphic!
This is impossible!! Everyone knows that the Arabs greeted the Jews with peace and love, and nobody was killed before the 1947 patition! /sarc
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So when are you folks going to give these 'people' what they want?
Thank you for an important reminder. I thought it was the 9th of Av, but it was actually the 15th.
Hebron Massacre, 1929. Sixty seven Jewish men, women and children were slaughtered, and scores wounded, raped and maimed, by their Arab neighbors in the city of Hebron, who rioted for three days amid cries of “Slaughter the Jews.” The survivors fled to Jerusalem, and the ancient Jewish community of Hebron, which had lived in relative peace in the city for hundreds of years, was not revived until after Israel’s capture of Hebron in the 1967 Six Day War.
Yea they did rush over to them with the ‘olive branch’, I mean especially Hitler’s Mufti.
I know, this mantra of “if we only give them MORE, they will be LESS violent”, is a fallacy policy.