TO BE GOVERNOR OF JERUSALEMThe city and district during the time of Ali Ekrem Bey, 1906-1908

TO BE GOVERNOR OF JERUSALEMThe city and district during the time of Ali Ekrem Bey, 1906-1908

Preface Chapter 1: Introduction: The Ottoman Empire and the District of Jerusalem in Ekrem Bey?s Time Chapter 2: The Life of Ali Ekrem Bey Chapter 3: Foreigners, the Christian Communities and the Holy Places Chapter 4: Zionism and Jewish Immigration (Aliya) Chapter 5: Jewish Settlement Chapter 6: The Sephardi Jewish Community Chapter 7: Bedouins and Villagers Chapter 8: Economic Activities Chapter 9: The Administration and the Administrative Apparatus Chapter 10: The Constitutional Order and the Arab Community Chapter 11: A Governor?s Tribulations Chapter 12: Conclusion Appendix: Documents 1. The Problem of the Holy Places and the Protection of the Powers 2. The Jews and Their Immigration to Palestine 3. The Settlement of the Bedouins in the Beersheba Region 4. The Scarcity of Water in the District of Jerusalem 5. A Request for the Trust of the Grand Vezir in the Rıza Bey Affair 6. A Letter of Slander Against the Governor 7. An Appeal to the Sultan for Protection against Slanders 8. Reactions in the Capital to Ekrem Bey?s Moves 9. An Appeal to İzzet Paşa for Royal Protection against Informers? Reports (jurnals) 10. Ekrem Bey?s Appeal for the Help of His Friends 11. Celebrating the Young Turk Revolution 12. A Speech Praising the Revolution and Britain 13. Ekrem Bey?s "Testament": Jerusalem?s Importance and the Danger in the Idea of Arab Independence 14. Ekrem Bey?s "Testament": Recommendations for Appointments 15. A Request for Transfer from Jerusalem Bibliography Index

 
Author
David KUSHNER
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ISBN
975-428-310-9
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