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Palestineʼs role in the solution of the Jewish problem

Chaim Weizmann

Palestineʼs role in the solution of the Jewish problem

by Chaim Weizmann

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Published by Jewish Agency for Palestine in Jerusalem .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Washington, D.C.? Interdepartmental Committee for the Acquisition of Foreign Publications, 1944? 1 microfilm reel with other items ; 35 mm.

Statementby Chaim Weizmann.
SeriesPalestine pamphlets ;, no. 1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 1843 (D)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination16 p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1826053M
LC Control Number89893007

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  The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Tough Questions, Direct Answers by Dale Hanson Bourke. Reviewed by Lesa Engelthaler From the get-go the series title, “The Skeptic’s Guide” caught my attention. I could make a profession of skepticism so I thought, “Aha!/5(21).   But Jewish immigrants who were fleeing anti-Semitism were also settlers. Robinson uses that framework to study the Palestinian minority left in Israel after and the paradox of their being second-class citizens living under a military government, but with democratic rights, and in a Jewish state surrounded by Arab enemies.

The Jewish sages celebrated the bitterness of exile in many a poignant phrase: 'The Galuth atones for all the sins of the Jews.' 'With him who dwells outside Palestine it is as though God were not. (5 points each) 1. What was the problem with Palestine after the First World War? Palestine was part of the Ottoman Empire, which was then in the Central Powers during World War 1. After the First World War, Britain had made a deal with a Russian Jew called a Zionst that said that the new National Home for the Jewish people would be established in Palestine.


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The Israel-Palestine problem has a simple solution Only political stubbornness, not popular support or irreconcilable differences, prevents the two-state solution. The "One-State Solution." Some commentators advocate a one-state solution, in which Jews and Arabs would be joined in one state, with all inhabitants having the same citizenship – call it Israeli or Palestinian.

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Jewish Agency for Israel. Documents relating to the Palestine problem. London, Jewish Agency for Palestine, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jewish Agency for Israel. OCLC Number: Notes: The maps are attached to p. [2] and p. [3] of cover. Description: 96 pages 2 folded maps 22 cm.

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