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    • LeviH
    • 13.12.11 | 11:49 (IST)

    On June 15, 1834,[10] Arab Muslim rioters went on a rampage, massacre,[11] [12] and mass-rape[13] on Jews in Safed. The pogrom went on for 33 days.[14] It caused the Jewish community to dwindle; many Jews were beaten to death or severely wounded. Accounts tell of blinding men, torturing men and women. It is not clear how many exactly died, but historians assert the number is high, likely over 500.[15] [edit] Hebron Hebron in 1839, after a drawing by David RobertsAn estimated 750 of the town's Muslims had been drafted as soldiers, and some 500 of them were killed.[16] Hebron took part in the rebellion of 1834 in southern Ottoman Syria, and suffered badly from Ibrahim Pasha's campaign to crush the uprising. The town was laid to siege and, when the defences of the town fell, it was sacked by Ibrahim Pasha's army.[16][17] Most of the Muslim population managed to flee beforehand to the hills. Some of the Jewish community however stayed behind, and, during the general pillage of the town, five of them were killed. The majority however, like most of the Jews of Safed and Tiberias, fled to Jerusalem.[18]

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    First published 06:23 13.12.11 | Last updated 10:00 13.12.11
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