Dr. Moshe N. Schwarzberg

The Rights of the Hebrew Nation in Israel/Palestine

זכויות הלאום העברי בישראל/פלשתינה

حقوق القومية العبرية في إسرائيل/فلسطين

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A History of Conquest
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The term Palestine, the background of the Balfour Declaration, 800 years of Israeli independence (when?), is there a geographical difference between Israel and Palestine?
Who are the original Palestinian people?
A summarized history of the Zionist-Arabic conflict, a sequence of peoples and conquerors: Cannan, Israel, Judah, Persia, Greece, Rome, Arabia, Turkey, Britain, Jordan-who and where in the Promised Land… from the Ancient World until the New Era.
In a booklet of 37 pages, including two maps and a time line chart, Dr. Moshe Schwarzberg organizes, summarizes and clarifies the subject about which we argue far too much, but know the details far too little.
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A Historical Summary of Conquest

The modern roots of the Israeli (Jewish)-Arab (Muslim) conflict begin in 1882, with the first wave of return of the Jews to their ancient biblical homeland. The Holy Land, the Land of Israel, Judea (the Royal Israeli Tribe), the Hebrew (meaning "those who crossed over" the Jordan River, thirteenth century BCE) Land, and Palestine (a Roman term) were synonyms used to describe a primitive region in the Turkish Ottoman Empire (1517-1917), which was sparsely inhabited, consisting mostly of desert and marshes. The phenomenon of Jewish settlers purchasing land and making a living through agricultural cultivation was called “Conquest” (of the emptiness) by the Zionist (after Zion, the lyric biblical name of Israel) Movement.


The Emblem of Israel

The Emblem of Israel is the candelabrum used in the First Temple of Jerusalem erected by King Solomon, tenth century BCE. It symbolizes universal enlightenment. The surrounding olive branches symbolize peace.




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