The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939)
The “Great Arab Revolt” in  Palestine (1936 – 1939) This article discusses The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 19...
Today, Jerusalem is at the center of a great political controversy which affects not only the Jewish people and the Muslim...
The Crusades were launched in Jerusalem which lasted for nearly two hundred years. The primary objective of the series of ...
Between the years of 1936 – 1939, after the British police killed Shaykh Izz ad-Din al-Qassam near Jenin in November 1935,...
The primary form of punishment employed by the British was demolition of houses that in some cases include complete decima...
During this period, the British also unofficially sided with “The Haganah” which was an unofficial Jewish paramilitary org...
Although, the rebel’s direct aims and objectives in this conflict were not met, this highlighted the face of the Arab Pale...
Visit www.HilalPlaza.com To Get the  “ Jerusalem is OURs”  – The Centuries Old Christian, Islamic, and  Jewish struggle fo...
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The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939)

  1. 1. The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939)
  2. 2. The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939) This article discusses The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939). Many Arab and Israeli conflicts started and continued until after the founding of Israel. The “Great Arab Revolt" was one of the major conflicts.  
  3. 3. Today, Jerusalem is at the center of a great political controversy which affects not only the Jewish people and the Muslims and Arabs in the region, but Christians as well thus engulfing a major part of the globe. The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939)
  4. 4. The Crusades were launched in Jerusalem which lasted for nearly two hundred years. The primary objective of the series of Crusades was to recover the Holy Land from the growing influence of Islam. The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939)
  5. 5. Between the years of 1936 – 1939, after the British police killed Shaykh Izz ad-Din al-Qassam near Jenin in November 1935, the Arabs sparked off a rebellion for their expression of strong disagreement with the British government and the majority of Jewish immigration. The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939)
  6. 6. The primary form of punishment employed by the British was demolition of houses that in some cases include complete decimation of Arab communities. The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939)
  7. 7. During this period, the British also unofficially sided with “The Haganah” which was an unofficial Jewish paramilitary organization. The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939)
  8. 8. Although, the rebel’s direct aims and objectives in this conflict were not met, this highlighted the face of the Arab Palestinian conflict. The “Great Arab Revolt” in Palestine (1936 – 1939)
  9. 9. Visit www.HilalPlaza.com To Get the “ Jerusalem is OURs” – The Centuries Old Christian, Islamic, and Jewish struggle for the "Holy Lands" E-BOOK

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