A collaborative work by three Moslems from Jaffa. The book, initially published in 1936, examines the various revolts of the Palestinians in the twenties and thirties, paying special attention to that of 1936. The book was read by a large number of rebels because the authors had participated in the uprisings and had incorporated their personal experience in what they wrote. They were among the first Palestinians to stress the necessity for Arab solidarity in order to preserve the Arab character of the country.
The Holy War of Arab Palestine: The First Arabic Book on the British Mandate Period and the Beginning of the 1936 Great Revolt
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عز الدين القسام
معاهدة سايكس - بيكو
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