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    • Israeli Historian
    • 09.03.11 | 17:35 (IST)

    makes Tony Sliver either speak nonse out of ignorance or deliberatly lie. Palestinians did not live in peace with Jews before 1947. Documented reported violace agianst Jews during British Protectorate in "Palestine" 1) The 1920 Palestine riots, or Nabi Musa riots, took place in British Mandate of Palestine April 4–7, 1920 in and around the Old City of Jerusalem. The events coincided with and are named after the local Muslim holiday, Nabi Musa, and followed rising tensions in Arab-Jewish relations over the implications of Zionist immigration, tensions which coincided with attacks on outlying Jewish settlements in the Galilee. Speeches by Arab religious leaders during the festival, in which traditionally large numbers of Muslims gathered for a religious procession, led to a serious outbreak of violent assaults on the city's Jews On March 1, 1920 On March 1, the death at Tel Hai of Joseph Trumpeldor, who became a symbol of heroism to Zionists at the hands of a Shiite gang from Southern Lebanon was another act of violance against Jews. 1929 Riots in Eretz israel: The 1929 Palestine riots, also known as the Western Wall Uprising, the 1929 Massacres (Tarpat in Hebrew), or the Buraq Uprising, refers to a series of demonstrations and riots in late August 1929 when a long-running dispute between Muslims and Jews over access to the Western Wall in Jerusalem escalated into violence. During the week of riots 116 Arabs and 133 Jews were killed and 232 Arabs and 198 Jews were injured and treated in hospital. 1929 Hebron Massacre: A survivor mourning in the aftermath of the massacre in Hebron.In Hebron, Arab mobs killed 65-68 Jews[10] and wounded 58. The lone British policeman in the town, Raymond Cafferata, was overwhelmed, and the reinforcements he called for did not arrive for 5 hours (leading to bitter recriminations). 1929 Safed (Tzwat) Massacre: In Safed, 18 Jews were killed (some sources say twenty) and 80 wounded. The main Jewish street was looted and burned. Tony Silver are you ignorant or blatantly lie to mislead the reader of Haaretz. This is YOUR HASBARA

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