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Repression and Rebellion: Britain's Response to the Arab Revolt in Palestine of 1936–39
In April 1936 growing unrest among the Arab community of Palestine led to the outbreak of a sustained revolt that would pose the most serious threat to British rule thus far experienced by theExpand
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Reading Darwin in Arabic, 1860-1950
  • J. Norris
  • Philosophy, Medicine
  • Annals of science
  • 19 April 2016
As known, to finish this book, you may not need to get it at once in a day. Doing the activities along the day may make you feel so bored. If you try to force reading, you may prefer to do otherExpand
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Saint Marie-Alphonsine and the resurrection of Jubra'il Dabdoub
In 1909 two worlds collided in Bethlehem. A successful and cosmopolitan merchant from the town was brought back from the dead by a local nun who had never left Palestine. This article presents anExpand
Pilgrims and pilgrimage
To study the world of pilgrimage in Palestine is to delve into the very fabric of Palestinian society. Perhaps more than anywhere else on the planet, Palestine, and particularly Jerusalem, isExpand
Toxic waters: Ibrahim Hazboun and the struggle for a Dead Sea concession, 1913-1948
In 1930, the British Colonial Office signed a formal agreement with Moshe Novomeysky, a Jewish Russian mining engineer from Siberia and committed Zionist, creating Palestine Potash Ltd (PPL). ThisExpand
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Transforming the Holy Land: The Ideology of Development and the British Mandate in Palestine
Abstract: This essay resituates the British Mandate in Palestine within a broader picture of colonial development in the early twentieth century. While most scholarship depicts the mandatoryExpand
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