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The Sudarium was apparently taken from Palestine in 614, after the invasion of the Byzantine provinces by the Sassanide Persian King Chosroes II, was carried through northern Africa in 616 and arrived in Spain shortly thereafter.
* On 23 July 1968, El Al Flight 426 operated by a Boeing 707-358C on route from London to Tel Aviv via Rome, was hijacked by three members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine shortly after take-off from Rome-Fiumicino airport and forcibly diverted to Algiers.
Shahak was liberated from the camp in 1945, and shortly thereafter emigrated to the British Mandate of Palestine, where he wanted to join a kibbutz, but was turned down as " too weedy ".
Hashimi records that in October 1947, shortly after the UN Special Committee on Palestine recommended partition as a solution and after Syria had failed to win either Saudi Arabia or Egypt over to the idea of an anti-Hashemite military alliance, Quwwatli explained:
* Judith ( 1966 film ), a 1966 film set in Palestine shortly before the end of the British mandate
He was born in Spain, either in Toledo or Tudela, in 1075 or 1086, and died shortly after arriving in Palestine in 1141.
He is released shortly thereafter and emigrates to the British Mandate of Palestine, the future state of Israel, where he embraces his Jewish heritage.
" general situation Palestine deteriorating rapidly stop government departments closing daily stop and normal activities country coming to a stand still stop the Jewish agency is action as a general organizing body for Palestinian Jewish areas and attempting to replace suspended governmental activities stop Arab areas are depending on municipal authorities within townships and villages without any central authority stop telegraph facilities ceased in most areas as have telephone trunk lines stop telephones still work locally but with decreasing efficiency stop Lydda airport is out of operation and regular air communication and airmail service in and out of country have stopped stop intensity of fighting is increasing steadily stop camps and other important areas vacated by British forces immediately become battle grounds stop operations on larger and more important scale than Haifa expected shortly stop rumors tending to increase the nervous tension in the county.
The actors ' interpretation of the life of Jesus is unconventional ( including, for example, the statement that the biological father of Jesus was a Roman soldier, who left Palestine shortly afterwards ).
** A member of the Japanese Red Army and four members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine hijack Japan Air Lines Flight 404, a Boeing 747-246B with 140 other people on board, shortly after it takes off from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in the Netherlands for a flight to Anchorage, Alaska, en route a final destination of Tokyo International Airport, Tokyo, Japan.
Since non-literary, simple Greek knowledge or competency in multiple languages was relatively widespread in Jewish Palestine including Galilee, and a Greek-speaking community had already developed in Jerusalem shortly after Easter, one can assume that this linguistic transformation " the Aramaic native language of Jesus " to " the Greek Gospels " began very early.
The offensive action for which Highway 80 is infamous became a controversial point, with some commentators alleging that the use of force was disproportionate, as the Iraqi forces were retreating from Kuwait ( and thus leaving the country in compliance with the UN Resolution 660 of August 2, 1990 ), and the column included Kuwaiti captives ( apparently to be used as hostages ) as well as some civilian refugees including women and children ( mostly family members of pro-Iraqi Palestine Liberation Organization militants and Kuwaiti collaborators who had fled shortly before a wholesale Palestinian expulsion from Kuwait in early March ).
In May 1939, shortly before the Second World War, the British put out the white paper of 1939 restricting Jewish immigration to Palestine.
In 1860, the site was obtained by the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate and a new church, consecrated to St. Photina the Samaritan, was constructed shortly thereafter ; a 1927 earthquake in Palestine destroyed that building.
He departed for Palestine shortly thereafter the Battle of Ourique, and during the next five years fought as a Knight Templar.
Ron Dermer was born and raised in Miami Beach, Florida, as the younger son of Yaffa Rosenthal, who was born in Mandate Palestine and moved to Florida with her parents shortly after Israel won its independence, and Jay Dermer, a trial lawyer from New York, who became Mayor of Miami Beach in the late 1960s.
She began her work as negotiator in 2000, shortly after the outbreak of the Second Palestinian Intifada, as a spokesperson for the Negotiations Support Unit of the Palestine Liberation Organization.

Palestine and before
Tolek Alterman had returned from the colonies in Palestine and, before the national leadership, exalted the miracles of drying up swamps and irrigating the desert.
At the Siege of Bayonne in October 1131, three years before his death, he published a will leaving his kingdom to three autonomous religious orders based in Palestine and politically largely independent on the pope, the Knights Templars, the Hospitallers, and the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre, whose influences might have been expected to cancel one another out.
During the conflict between Arabs and Jews in Palestine before the war, the criterion of " Purity of arms " was used to distinguish between the respective attitudes of the Irgun and Haganah towards Arabs, with the latter priding itself on its adherence to principle.
Egypt and much of Palestine were controlled by the Arab Shi ' ite Fatimid Caliphate, which had extended further into Syria before the arrival of the Seljuqs.
The Jerusalem Talmud records that itrium, a kind of boiled dough, was common in Palestine from the 3rd to 5th centuries AD, A dictionary compiled by the 9th century Arab physician and lexicographer Isho bar Ali defines itriyya, the Arabic cognate, as string-like shapes made of semolina and dried before cooking.
See, for instance, the rabbinic category of Damages ( Jewish law ) ( note though that while a few aspects of this law are incorporated into Israeli law, tort law in Israel is technically similar to English tort law-as enacted by British Mandate of Palestine authorities in 1944 and taking effect in 1947, a year before Israel became a state ).
In October 2007, King Abdullah stated that the Palestinian independence must be achieved before Jordan will entertain expanding its role in Palestine beyond religious sites.
On 14 May 1948, a Jewish state, Israel is proclaimed, one day before the mandate expired and just before the General Assembly began a discussion on the main resolution containing the U. S. idea on the trusteeship of Palestine.
A prominent 19th and early 20th century rabbi, Rabbi Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld, claimed upon Kaiser Wilhelm's visit to Palestine in 1898, three decades before Hitler's rise to power, he had a tradition from his teachers that the Germans are descended from the ancient Amalekites.
and his predecessor from their agents in Palestine, leads some Egyptologists to conclude that in the century before the Exodus an active literary intercourse was carried on between these nations, and that the medium of the correspondence was the Babylonian language and script.
Instead he was posted to Palestine, before leaving the army in 1946 to take care of the family estates of Gartshore and Woodhall in Lanarkshire, which he inherited on the death of his grandfather.
Even the attempts of the Palestine Land Development Company to purchase the environs of the Western Wall for the Jews just before the outbreak of World War I never came to fruition.
This date means that Orosius had a window of 5 years for his collaboration with Saint Augustine before he travelled to Palestine.
* A third, older, theory, posed by T. von Mörner and G. Fainck, says that Orosius undertook the work before he travelled to Palestine.
Such music existed prior to the 13th century and the First Crusade into Palestine and the city of Jerusalem, possibly even before the year 900.
Klemperer had performed in Palestine before the state of Israel declared its independence, and returned to Jerusalem only in 1970 to conduct the Israeli Broadcasting Authority Symphonic Orchestra in two concerts, performing the six Brandenburg Concerti and Mozart's symphonies 39, 40 and 41.
During the period in which the British withdrawal was completed, Britain refused to share the administration of Palestine with a proposed UN transition regime, to allow the UN Palestine Commission to establish a presence in Palestine earlier than a fortnight before the end of the Mandate, to allow the creation of official Jewish and Arab militias or to assist in smoothly handing over territory or authority to any successor.
In July 1933, right before his death, Faisal went to London where he expressed his alarm at the current situation of Arabs that resulted from the Arab-Jewish conflict and the increased Jewish immigration to Palestine, as the Arab political, social, and economic situation was declining.
When the promised Royal Commission of Inquiry arrived in Palestine in November, al-Husseini testified before it as chief witness for the Arabs.
Husseini intervened on 13 May 1943, before the meeting with Himmler when he was informed of the holocaust, with the German Foreign Office to block possible transfers of Jews from Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania, after reports reached him that 4, 000 Jewish children accompanied by 500 adults had managed to reach Palestine.
The Act is still in force in Israel, having been introduced into the legal system of the British Mandate over Palestine ; Israel gained its independence before the law was repealed in Britain in 1951.
Velikovsky then traveled in Europe and visited Palestine before briefly studying medicine at Montpellier in France and taking premedical courses at the University of Edinburgh.

Palestine and end
* 1929 – The 1929 Palestine riots break out in the British Mandate of Palestine between Arabs and Jews and continue until the end of the month.
This force captured the Sinai and garrisoned the extended lines of communication, but in early 1917 their advance was stopped at Gaza until towards the end of the year when a greatly enlarged force of infantry and mounted troops captured Beersheba, most of southern Palestine and Jerusalem.
The British Mandate of Palestine also came to an end with the creation of Israel on the day of British withdrawal.
El Salvador, which is home to a sizeable ethnic Palestinian community, was widely expected to join the succession of South American governments that recognised Palestine in the end of 2010.
With the end of World War I, Britain was given a mandate over the area known as Palestine, which it had conquered from the Ottomans.
During the 1936-1939 Arab revolt in Palestine, Palestinian Arabs oppositionists fought for the end of the Mandate and the creation of an Arab state based on the whole of Palestine.
In February 1947, the British announced that they would end the mandate and withdraw from Palestine and they asked the arbitration of the United Nations.
At the end of the First World War, a class “ A ” Mandate for Palestine was entrusted to Great Britain by the League of Nations, pursuant to paragraph 4 of Article 22 of the Covenant ...
He was active in protests against Ernest Bevin, the British Foreign Secretary who maintained restrictions on immigration of Jews ( including Nazi concentration camp survivors ) to Palestine after the end of the Second World War.
The Northern Crusades provided a rationale for the growth and expansion of the Teutonic Order of German crusading knights which had been founded in Palestine at the end of the 12th century.
When my ancestors arrived in Palestine, they did not intend to depose the local Arabs and drive them into refugee camps — but in the end, that's what they did.
Created in December 1949, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East ( UNRWA ) is a relief and human development agency, originally intended to provide jobs on public works projects and direct relief for 652, 000 Arabs who fled from Israel during the fighting that followed the end of the British mandate over Palestine.
* August 16 – The 1929 Palestine riots breaks out between Palestinians and Jews and continues until the end of the month.
It is the first local attempt to imitate the type of structure created in Palestine ( end in 1136 ).
In light of these developments, Arabs began calling for both their own state in the British Mandate of Palestine and an end to the British support of the Jewish homeland's creation and to Jewish immigration.
In May 1948, after the end of the British mandate and army withdrawal, King Farouk sent the Egyptian army into Palestine, with Nasser serving in the 6th Infantry Battalion.
He would remain in Berlin until the end of the war, playing a major role in formation of Muslim Waffen SS units and active work preventing thousands of jewish refugees to escape the Nazis and reach Palestine.
The fall of the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I, followed by the arrival of the British, brought with it benefits for the Jewish community of Palestine and its kibbutzim.
By the end of the 1920s no more than 4, 000 people, children included, lived on some thirty kibbutzim, and they amounted to a mere 2. 5 % of Palestine ’ s Jewish population.
Chandler is a city in Henderson County, Texas, United States at the northern end of Lake Palestine.

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