Friday, September 04, 2009

News from the Past - September 4, 1929

Well this is an interesting one, from the Morning Herald out of Hagerstown, Maryland

Jerusalem, Sept. 3, (AP).—Palestine in general today was quiet with the authorities pushing their inquiries into the causes of the recent rioting and taking Into at least temporary custody.
Tiberias in upper Galilee was the only source o£ anxiety, for telephone communication with that district had failed after reports had been received of scattering Moslem attacks which, had caused a few casualties.
Of course this was before the Holocaust and the founding of the nation of Israel. But that part of the world has always been a bit rough. Like all the other parts.

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