Wailing Wall Riots Of 1929
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This paper considers the Zionist-Palestinian riots that broke out during August of 1929 over disputes of what the Jews could do at the ancient ruins of the western wall of Solomon's temple. The paper discusses how this showed the terrible potential of the Middle East to erupt into violence that was not just Zionist against Palestinians, but which would lock Jews and Arabs in race-wide violence.
From the Paper:"In 1929, a series of bloody riots rocked the British mandate territory of Palestine as angry Arabs repeatedly attacked Jewish immigrants, tourists, and Palestinian residents in and around Jerusalem while British authorities tried to cope with the violence. The bloody riots became known as the Wailing Wall Riots, although the violence ranged far beyond the Wailing Wall or the Old City precincts. The very fact that the violence seemed to have no limits showed the depths of the distrust and animosity that had already grown up between the Arab and Zionist elements that were..."
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