The British Consulate in Jerusalem in Relation to the Jews of Palestine, 1838-1914

by Albert M. Hyamson

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2 Albert Hyamson, The British Consulate in Jerusalem in Relation to the Jews of Palestine, (London, ), Part I, p. xxxiv. 3 Viscount Palmerston to Viscount Ponsonby, AugF.O. 78/ (N. ), Public Record Office.

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Phi. The Sanjak of Jerusalem was independent and directly linked to the Minister of the Interior in view of its importance to the three major monotheistic religions. It comprised the greater part of the territory of Palestine and more than three quarters of its population.(*1) The total number of villages was with an estimated population of (History of the Jews in Plock, ).

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In Albert M. Hyamson’s invaluable reference work “The British Consulate in Jerusalem in relation to the Jews in Palestine –” a letter from Sir Moses Montefiore is quoted.

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Hyamson]. British Consul in Jerusalem, James Finn, attributed to this interdiction, The British Consulate in Jerusalem in Relation to the Jews of Palestine ().

Vol. 1, p. The Oppression of non-Muslims under Islamic Rule. It came after the opening of a British vice-consulate in Jerusalem in - the first in the Holy City, where returning Jews were fast becoming the majority - with instructions to "afford protection to the Jews generally."(13) Moreover, France supported the wars of Muhammad Ali - the Albanian ruler of Egypt, Syria and Palestine - against the.

2 – Albert Hyamson, The British Consulate in Jerusalem in Relation to the Jews of Palestine, (London, ) pt.l, p. xxxiv. 3 – Viscount Palmerston to Viscount Ponsonby, August 2, P.O.

78/ (No ), Public Record Office. 4 – See the excellent study by Richard Stevens, Weizmann and Smuts (Beirut, ). The British consulate in Jerusalem in relation to the Jews of Palestine, [ Author Hyamson, Albert Montefiore, Published Palestine Royal Commission Report had called "toleration by the [British] Government of subversive [terrorist] activities, more especially those of the Mufti of Jerusalem," 1 not only Jews but moderate Arabs and those effendis engaged in a power struggle with the Mufti were murdered.

Islam Vs Other Religion. British Consul in Jerusalem, James Finn, attributed to this interdiction, the cowardice of dhimmis. William Shaler, the American consul in Algiers () mentions the prohibition for Jews and Christians to bear arms.

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