Lecture entitled “Jerusalem in the British Era”C2

Lecture entitled “Jerusalem in the British Era”C2


Supreme Islamic Council:


This council was initially formed to oversee Islamic affairs in Palestine and was headed by Haj Amin al-Husseini. This body thus became the impregnable bulwark of the leadership of the national movement until the end of the British Mandate. It has been recognized by many countries, including the Ottoman Empire, A headquarters was built near the Jaffa Gate. This structure continued to exist until 2007, when Israel completely demolished it.


Arab and Palestinian revolutions


Al-Buraq Revolution:


  • The Buraq revolution

    is one of the most important revolutions carried out by the Palestinians in contemporary history because of its dangerous dimensions on the Palestinian national project.The Western Wall is the western wall of the wall of the Al-Aqsa Mosque towards the Mughrabi Gate, where the Jews constantly claim that they have religious beliefs in it, and they have continued throughout previous ages in their attempts to control this place until they had it in the 1967 war when the Zionists demolished the Moroccan neighborhood to make an expansion in Al-Buraq Square, which the Zionists call the Western Wall, it is mentioned that the Western Wall was and still is part of the Moroccan endowment known as the endowment of Abu Madin Al-Ghouth.


  • This
    resulted in the injury of 1000 people between martyrs and wounded, Most of them were injured by the British police, In addition, 23 Arabs were sentenced to life imprisonment and 187 varying sentences. Three martyrs were also executed in Acre prison: Mohammed Jamjoom, Fouad Hijazi and Atta al-Zeer.


  • Following these events, the British government sent a commission of inquiry headed by Sir Walter Shaw, which concluded that the wall belongs to Muslims and that the real cause of the revolution is the increase in immigration and settlement, and following this report, the British government issued the White Paper in 1930 to mitigate the Arab reaction.

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General Islamic Conference 1931 in Jerusalem:


  • After the difficult events experienced by Palestine, Haj Amin al-Husseini called for this conference in memory of Isra and Mi’raj, and it was attended by many Arab and Islamic countries, and one of his most important decisions was the establishment of an Islamic university in the name of the University of Al-Aqsa Mosque, which restores the mosque’s scientific leadership and then address the Jewish culture with the establishment of the Hebrew University in 1925.


  • The conference also recommended a boycott of Jewish goods, the re-operation of the Hejaz Railway, and the establishment of an agricultural company to salvage land threatened with purchase.

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