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 Timeline of Jerusalem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jerusalem becomes City of David and capital of Judea.
175 BCE-165 BCE Antiochus Epiphanes sacks Jerusalem and erects an altar to Zeus in the Second Temple after plundering it.
1917 - Jerusalem is captured from the Ottoman Empire by the British in World War I.
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 Jerusalem pogrom of April, 1920   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
In the years predating 1920, these processions were marked by intimidation of Christian communities on their way.
The Arab attacks of March 1920 in Galilee (see the fall of Tel Hai and Joseph Trumpeldor) and the activities of Arab terrorist group Black Hand caused deep concerns among Zionist leaders, who made numerous requests to the Mandate administration to address the Yishuv's security.
One of the inciters was Hajj Amin al-Husayni, a young nephew of the mayor of Jerusalem, another was the editor of the newspaper Suriya al-Janubia ("Southern Syria") Aref al-Aref, who delivered his speech on horseback.
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April 30 is the 120th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (121st in leap years), with 245 days remaining, as the last day in April.
Adolf Hitler was born close to sunset on April 20, 1889, at Braunau am Inn, Austria, a small town 90 km (55 miles) west of Linz in the province of Upper Austria, not far from the German border in what was then Austria-Hungary.
Hitler was discharged from the army in 1920 and (with the army's continued encouragement) began participating full time in the party's activities.
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 Israeli-Palestinian conflict timeline - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jerusalem pogrom of 1920 April 4-7 prompts the establishment of Haganah on June 15, 1920.
Israel defeats the combined forces of Egypt, Syria and Jordan and captures the Sinai Peninsula and the Gaza Strip from Egypt, East Jerusalem and the West Bank from Jordan, and the Golan Heights from Syria.
Marwan Barghouti, captured April 15, was indicted by a civilian Israeli court for murdering civilians and membership in a terrorist organisation.
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 Jerusalem pogrom of April, 1920 -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
In the years predating 1920, these processions were marked by intimidation of (A religious person who believes Jesus is the Christ and who is a member of a Christian denomination) Christian communities on their way.
This agreement was rejected because it did not meet the conditions that Prince Faisal wrote next to his signature, which rendered the agreement non-binding.
During a procession on April 4, 1920, inflammatory (Click link for more info and facts about anti-Semitic) anti-Semitic rhetoric led to rioting in Jerusalem.
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 Amin al-Husayni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A member of Jerusalem's most prominent family, his most important positions were as Mufti of Jerusalem and President of the Supreme Muslim Council.
Born in Jerusalem in 1895 (some sources say 1893), at a time when less than 7 percent of Palestine's population was Jewish.
One such demonstration, in April, 1920, turned into violent attacks against Jews, and in the ensuing riots 5 Jews and 4 Arabs were killed.
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 Jerusalem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Jerusalem (Hebrew: יְרוּשָׁלַיִם Yerushalayim; Arabic: القدس al-Quds; see also names of Jerusalem) is an ancient Middle Eastern city of key importance to the religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
According to Israeli Jerusalem Law, Jerusalem is the capital of the State of Israel, and is the center of Jerusalem District; it serves as the country's seat of government and otherwise functions as capital.
Palestinians also claim all or part of Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state.
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 Riots in Palestine of 1920 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Arab attacks of March 1920 in Galilee (see the fall of Tel Hai and Joseph Trumpeldor) and the activities of the Arab terrorist group Black Hand (Palestine) caused deep concerns among Zionist leaders, who made numerous requests to the Mandate administration to address the Yishuv's security.
Zeev Jabotinsky, who was earlier discharged from the British army as an "indiscreet political speaker", led an effort to openly train Jewish volunteers in self-defense.
During a procession on April 4, 1920, inflammatory anti-Zionist rhetoric led to rioting in Jerusalem.
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 1920 - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
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 Hugh III of Cyprus
Hugh III of Cyprus, Hugh I of Jerusalem, Hugh of Antioch or Hugh of Lusignan (died March 24, 1284), King of Cyprus 1267–1284 and King of Jerusalem 1268–1284, was the son of Henry of Antioch and Isabella of Cyprus, the daughter of Hugh I of Cyprus.
She was, however, accepted as the regent of Jerusalem in 1263.
However, the throne of Jerusalem was also claimed by Mary of Antioch by proximity of blood to Conradin.
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 Timeline of Jerusalem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
701 BCE - The Assyrians lay anunsuccessful siege on Jerusalem.
175 BCE - 165 BCE Antiochus Epiphanes sacks Jerusalem and erects an altar to Zeus in the Second Temple after plundering it.
Only the Latin Christians "long with all their hearts for Christianprinces to come and subject all the country to the authority of the Church of Rome".
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April 2 - German army marches to (A major industrial and coal mining region in the valley of the Ruhr river in northwestern Germany) Ruhr to fight Red Ruhr Army.
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April 19 - Germany and (Click link for more info and facts about Bolshevist Russia) Bolshevist Russia agree to the exchange of prisoners of war.
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 Riots in Palestine of May, 1921   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The pogroms continued until May 7 and spread as far as Petah Tikva, Kfar Saba, Rehovot and other Jewish communities.
After the riots, thousands of Jewish residents of Jaffa fled for Tel Aviv, and were temporarily housed in tent camps on the beach.
New bloody riots broke out in Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem on November 2, 1921, when five Jewish residents and three Arab attackers were killed.
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 1920   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
April 2 - German army marches to Ruhr tofight Red Ruhr Army.
April 23 - National council in Turkey denounces the government of sultan MehmedVI and announces a temporary constitution.
April 24 - Polish-Soviet War : Polish and Ukrainian troops attack Soviet army occupying Ukraine.
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 Palestinian terrorism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The wreckage of a commuter bus in West Jerusalem after a suicide bombing on Tuesday, 18 June, 2002.
The attacks on Jews by Arabs predating the establishment of the state of Israel culminated in the Jerusalem pogrom of April, 1920, the riots in Palestine of May, 1921, the 1929 Hebron massacre and the Great Uprising of 1936-1939.
Prominent leaders of the militant Palestinian groups were Sheikh Izz ad-Din al-Qassam, who was shot and killed by English soldiers, and the pro-Nazi Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin Al-Husseini, who was deported.
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 List of terrorist incidents - Simple English Wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
1920 Jerusalem pogrom of April, 1920 incited by Haj Amin Al-Husseini (subsequently the grand mufti of Jerusalem).
1986 Berlin discotheque bombing On April 6, the La Belle discotheque, a known hangout for U.S. soldiers, was bombed, killing 3 and injuring 230 people, for which Libya is held responsible.
1995 April 19, ETA basque terrorist group tries to kill Jose Maria Aznar (then leader of the Popular Party, later Spanish Prime Minister) bombing his car, kills 1 woman.
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April 6 - The short-lived Far Eastern Republic declared in eastern Siberia
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April 20 - Alvaro Obregon announces in Chilpancingo that he intends to fight against the rule of Venustiano Carranza
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 Science Fair Projects - Talk:Amin al-Husayni   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Al-Husayni's contribution was to make a speech calling for union with Syria (I'll mention that later in connection with his nationalist politics.) Of course the rioters did not stop to question everyone they attacked as to whether they were Zionists or not; that's the nature of riots and doesn't change the basic facts.
The reason for not calling it a "pogrom" is that that word implies that the violence was pre-planned rather than spontaneous.
It is unknown how many of those killed were the existing Jewish inhabitants of Jerusalem, and how many were Jabotinsky's self-defence force), and it is also currentlu unverifiable that Arabs had wind of the Jabotinsky's preparations for this riot.
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 Arab Riots of the 1920's
On April 19, 1920, the Allies, Britain, France, Italy and Greece, Japan and Belgium, convened in San Remo, Italy to discuss a peace treaty with Turkey.
With the arrival in Jerusalem of the first High Commissioner, Sir Herbert Samuel, British military government was superseded by a civilian administration.
Samuel met with Haj Amin on April 11, 1921, and was assured "that the influences of his family and himself would be devoted to tranquility." Three weeks later, however, riots in Jaffa and Petah Tikvah, instigated by the Mufti, left 43 Jews dead.
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 CalendarHome.com - 1920 - Calendar Encyclopedia
March 26 - German government asks France for permission to use its own troops against rebellious Ruhr Red Army in the French-occupied area.
April 4 - Jerusalem pogrom of April, 1920
November 2 - In the United States, KDKA of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (owned by Westinghouse) starts broadcasting as the first commercial radio station.
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 1920 - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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 Pogrom de Jerusalén de abril de 1920   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Este artículo describe acontecimientos violentos en la vieja ciudad de Jerusalén en abril 4-7, 1920.
En el predating 1920 de los años, estas procesiones fueron marcadas por la intimidación de comunidades cristianas en su manera.
Los ataques árabes de marcha de 1920 en Galilee (véase la caída del teléfono Hai y José Trumpeldor) y las actividades de la mano negra del grupo árabe del terrorista causaron preocupaciones profundas entre los líderes sionistas, que hicieron peticiones numerosas a la administración del mandato de tratar la seguridad del Yishuv.
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Government of Ireland Act 1920 is presented in British parliament.
Bolshevist Russia agree to the exchange of prisoners of war.
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 Encyclopedia: Jerusalem pogrom of April, 1920
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This agreement rejected for it did not meet the conditions that Prince Faisal wrote next to his signature which rendered the agreement non-binding.
It is worthy of noting that this state was never created during Prince Faisal's reign.
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 Militancy against Israel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was not until the Arab Palestinians began to feel in earnest that they could become a minority, that their leadership turned to violence hoping to compel the British administration to limit further Jewish immigration.
Indeed, this tactics has been proven successful after the Jerusalem pogrom of April, 1920, an attack on old Yishuv incited by Haj Amin Al-Husseini (subsequently the grand mufti of Jerusalem), the British blamed the Zionists, arrested their leadership and halted Jewish immigration.
Syrian-born Sheikh Izz Ad-Din El-Kassam, after whom the "military wing" of Hamas is named, created the first ever terrorist network in the history of the British Mandate of Palestine.
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 FrontPage magazine.com :: Nazi Influence on the Middle East During WWII by David Storobin
When Great Britain conquered Jerusalem, a member of the al-Husseini clan was mayor of Jerusalem, but was subsequently removed by the colonial government with a member of the Nashashibi family appointed in his place.
On April 19, 1936, a crowd of Arabs stumbled upon Jews in the town of Jaffa.
The former Mufti of Jerusalem and his surrogates frequently acted as the government’s representatives with foreigners.
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 Jewish History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Assigned the British government the Mandate over Palestine, directing her to establish a national home for the Jewish people as presented in the Balfour Declaration.
After the attack on the Hadassah convoy in 1948, the university was forced to relocate to the Givat Ram campus in Western Jerusalem.
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.
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Another Jerusalem Arab notable who served in a highly responsible post on behalf of the Empire was a member of the Jerusalem Khalidi family who served as Ottoman consul in Vienna.
This kind of extra-legal exploitation (that is, beyond the prescription of Islamic law) seems to have ended by the late nineteenth century, yet descendants of some of the same Jerusalem notable families are still active in the leadership of the PLO and the Palestinian Authority.
It was after Faisal's kingdom had been overthrown by the French (July 1920) that the Arab leadership in the country saw the expedient need to focus on the newly created "Palestine" entity (juridically constituted at the San Remo Conference in April 1920), since there was no Greater Syria to be part of.
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