Jihad against Israel and its so called "settlements"The Dhimmi: Jews and Christians under Islam - Page 114
Bat Yeʼor, Bat Ye'or - 1985 - 444 pages
1 The Jihad against Israel On several occasions Arab leaders, either individually or collectively, have proclaimed a jihad against Israel, thus confirming their attachment to a theocratic system embracing the whole of humanity...
Genesis 1948; the first Arab-Israeli war
Dan Kurzman - 1970 - 750 pages - Page 48
The Arabs launched their first big operation against the Jews in January 14 , when about Arab villagers shouting "Jihad! Jihad!" ("Holy War! Holy War!") stormed the Etzion Bloc of settlements perched atop the rolling Hebron hills. ... Jewish settlement in the region was liquidated by the Crusaders in 1,100, but was resumed in the early thirteenth century to continue uninterrupted for over 700 years. Then, in 1929, an Arab massacre of
Jews in Hebron ended all Jewish Jewish settlement in the area once more — for six years.
Drinking the sea at Gaza: days and nights in a land under siege - Page 113
Amira Hass - 2000 - 400 pages - Preview
Arafat... and routinely lambasted for provocative citations from the Quran, especially for his liberal use of the word jihad. ... the massacres (in Hebron and elsewhere) of 1929, which began in the wake of the Mufti's provocative speeches. ...
Eliyahu Tal - 1994 - 318 pages - Page 70
In 1947, after the UN Resolution for the partition of Palestine, the Muslim spiritual leader of al-Azhar University in Cairo issued a fatwa (religious ruling) that called for a "Jihad to save Palestine and to defend the al-Aqsa mosque." In August 1980, Crown Prince Fahd of Saudi Arabia (now King Fahd) issued the following call to Jihad... Jihad on Jerusalem The dispute over Jerusalem intensified as it entered the political arena of the Arab-Israeli conflict, with the Arabs declaring Jihad on Jerusalem on numerous occasions.
Sometimes, the mosque was also used to start trouble elsewhere. The massacre of the Jews of Hebron in August 1929 started with leaflets handed to the Muslims while leaving the mosques after Friday prayers... shrine into a center of unholy activity: political intrigue and violence were hatched there, as were the bloody anti-Jewish riots of 1920, 1929 and 1936. Inside the Temple Mount enclosure, fanatical preachers incited the masses who then went on the rampage with shouts of "Allahu akbar" (Allah is great) mingled with "Idbah al Yahud" (Slaughter the Jews).
Before catastrophe: the distinctive path of German Zionism - Page 185
Hagit Lavsky - 1996 - 292 pages
on August 23 (1929), the riots erupted. Hordes of Arabs, leaving their mosques after Friday prayers, attacked Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem and the vicinity. The violence spread to other parts of the country, reaching a peak in Hebron on August 24, when 66 Jews were murdered, and in Safed, on August 29, where the death tall was 45. The riots lasted a full week, leaving 133 Jews dead and 339 wounded...
Encyclopedia of terrorism - Page 196
Harvey W. Kushner - 2003 - 523 pages
The different interpretations of jihad have also caused confusion in the West. For example, in 1997, when Yasir Arafat called for a "jihad for Jerusalem," he intended his Muslim audience to hear a call to arms...
MIDDLE EAST: Jihad for Jerusalem
By DAVID AIKMAN; Marguerite Johnson; William Stewart Monday, Aug. 25, 1980
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Fahd last week in the most ominous Arab response so far to the July resolution by the Israeli Knesset that declared undivided Jerusalem to be the country's eternal capital. The Saudi prince went on to call on all Arab countries to unite in a jihad (holy war) to liberate Israeli-occupied Arab territory and establish a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza, with East Jerusalem as its capital.