When Allenby marched into Jerusalem.
San Remo, Faisal, and the historic Jewish connection to the Land of Israel.
The centennial of the agreement that shaped the modern Middle East.
How Zionist leaders held Britain to its promise of a Jewish national home.
At one time, the newspaper expressed something other than revulsion toward the Jewish national movement.
“The idea of Judaism is inseparable from the idea of the Jewish people, and the idea of the Jewish people is inseparable from the idea. . .
When, 100 years ago, the victors in World War I needed a push to get behind “the right of Jews to reconstitute in Palestine their National Home,” Italy was there.
With the aid of T.E. Lawrence.
Setting the record straight.
Yes, but London’s support is becoming more tenuous on both left and right.
It wasn’t only the Allies who acknowledged Jewish claims to the land of Israel.
What the Palestinian narrative gets wrong.