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“IMPOSSIBLE IS NOT OTTOMAN”: MENASHE MEIROVITCH, ʿISA AL-ʿISA, AND IMPERIAL CITIZENSHIP IN PALESTINE
Abstract This article explores a covert partnership between a prominent Zionist agronomist, Menashe Meirovitch, and the Christian Arab editor of the newspaper Filastin, ʿIsa al-ʿIsa, a foundingExpand
Unlikely Identities: Abu Ibrahim and the Politics of Possibility in Late Ottoman Palestine
In May of 1911 an Ottoman deputy from Thessaloniki, Dimitar Vlahov, interjected himself in a parliamentary debate about Zionism in Palestine with a question: "Are Arab peasants opposed to the Jews?"2Expand
Seferberlik and Bare Feet: Rural Hardship, Citied Dreams, and Social Belonging in 1920s Syria
Introduction: Beyond a Honeymoon in the Countryside dr. razi Shakhashir's honeymoon did not go as planned. Bound for aleppo with his bride, Shakhashir opted instead for the dusty hamlet of nayrab,Expand