By Bernard Reich
;A short historical past of Israel КНИГИ ; ИСТОРИЯ Название: a quick background of Israel Автор: коллективИздательство:Checkmark BooksГод: 2008ISBN: 0816071276Страниц: 382 pagesЯзык: английскийФормат: PDFРазмер: 26,5 MB This ebook bargains an up-to-date examine Israel’s tumultuous historical past. It narrates the complicated story of Israel’s humans and their glossy nation, confirmed hundreds of thousands of years after the destruction of the outdated one, opposed to the backdrop of exile, anti-Semitism, Zionism, and the Holocaust.”A short background of Israel, moment version” explores Israel’s heritage with an emphasis at the interval considering its independence in 1948. The chronological narration starts with the time of Abraham and the interval of the Israelite kingdoms and maintains to international conflict II and the United international locations Partition Plan. This finished reference then examines the self sustaining kingdom of Israel, together with the Arab – Israeli clash, household politics, Knesset election effects, the economic climate, and diplomacy. thoroughly up to date, this moment variation includes a new preface, a revised advent, a revised thesaurus of political events, a brand new ultimate bankruptcy, and up to date appendixes.Its assurance comprises: The interval considering that Israel’s independence in 1948; the center East peace technique; fiscal and political demanding situations; Israel’s withdrawal from the Gaza Strip; The production of the hot Kadima occasion and the election of 2006; and, Hamas’s election victory and its impression on Israel. .com eighty five
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In the early 1880s, a wave of aliyah (immigration to Palestine or Israel), known as the First Aliyah, brought Jews from Russia and eastern Europe who wanted to settle the land. The Second Aliyah, which began in 1904 and lasted until Word War I, brought additional immigrant settlers from eastern Europe. This increased the Jewish population in Palestine to approximately 85,000 (about 12 percent of the total population) by 1914, with about half of the Jews residing in Jerusalem. During these waves of migration, Jews came to Palestine for a variety of reasons.
The World Union of Zionists-Revisionists was founded in 1925 as an integral part of the WZO with Jabotinsky as president. In 1935, a referendum held among Revisionists resulted in their secession from the WZO and the establishment of an independent New Zionist Organization (NZO). Eleven years later, when ideological and tactical differences between the NZO and the WZO had diminished, the NZO decided to give up its separate existence and participated in the elections to the 22nd World Zionist Congress in Basel in 1946.
President Harry Truman determined that allowing some of these Jewish refugees to find refuge in Palestine would make good sense and good policy. Truman suggested the need to open the gates to Palestine for displaced Jews seeking refuge. The newly elected British government refused. In November 1945, an Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, composed of representatives appointed by their respective governments, was charged with studying the question of Jewish immigration to Palestine and the future of the British mandate.