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Be’er Sheva – The Remnants Of The Ottoman City *

The "Old City " is the nickname of the Ottoman Beersheba, the only city planned and established at the start of the 20th century by the Ottoman Turks during their rule in what is now Israel. The city was built to serve as an administrative center by the Ottoman administration for the benefit of the Bedouin at the outset of the 20th century and was given the name of Bir al-Sabi (Well of the Seven).

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The city of Jaffa in the 1930s **

The city of Jaffa in the 1930s – مدينة يافا في ثلاثينيات القرن الماضي  העיר יפו בשנות השלושים Note the export of oranges in Jaffa Port. The British Mandate of Palestine ...

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A Holiday In Israel in 1932 **

A Holiday In Israel in 1932 – Astounding (previously unpublished) Historical Film Footage from Palestine 1932 (now Israel) This film was made by Christadelphian Brother Harry Hay (Newark) in 1932. ...

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Rehavia, Jerusalem *

The Plans for Rehavia Begun in 1922, the Rehavia neighborhood served as a “garden suburb” for Jewish families of Jerusalem who sought to escape the crowded conditions elsewhere in the ...

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Talbiya, Jerusalem *

It is amazing how Arab farmland changed hands through the Greek Orthodox Church, prosperous Christian Arabs, European consulates and Israeli government institutions to become the high class of Jerusalem. Talbiya ...

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