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Israel's Messenger, The International Jewish Monthly. Special Issue: The Twelfth Anniversary of the Balfour Declaration Number [Vol. XXVI, No. 10, November 1, 1929]

Ezra, Nissim Elias Benjamin (Ed.); Alex Lyons; Stephen Wise; Louis I. Newman; Rabbi J. Shachter; Prof. Dr. Brodetsky (Text by)

Published by N. E. B. Ezra, Shanghai, 1929
Condition: g to g+ Soft cover
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Folio (13 1/2 x 10"). 30pp. Original illustrated wrappers. Scarce issue of the Shangai-based English language Zionist periodical "Israel's Messenger" dedicated to the 12th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, a Charter to the Jewish People to upbuild their country and revive their nationhood.Filled with numerous articles and illustrated with b/w photographic reproductions, this special issue focuses on the present state of affairs in the British Mandate of Palestine, where 159,000 Jews face the hostility of 600,000 Arabs. The newspaper mentions the recent riots which occured between August 23 and August 29, 1929, in which 133 Jews and 110 Arabs were killed, and 339 Jews and 232 Arabs wounded. Also includes a photo-illustrated article (page 9 and 11) on Mohammed Amin al-Husseini, Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and President of the Muslim Supreme Council in Palestine, a position he used to promote Islam while rallying Arab nationalism against Zionism. The article criticizes his objection to Jews praying at the Wailing Wall, disclaiming their rights to use chairs, screens, etc.This issue features numerous vintage advertisements on both covers, and throughout.Moderate soiling and sporadic soiling along edges of wrappers. Smudges along fore-edge of first page. Lower corner of pages 11-30 creased. Wrappers and interior in overall good to good+ condition. About the "Israel's Messenger" (1904-1941): Started biweekly, later turned onto a monthly, the English language Zionist periodical "Israel's Messenger" was the largest and oldest Shanghai Jewish community newspaper. Started in 1904 by Nissim Elias Benjamin Ezra, it was published from 1904 to 1941 in the interest of providing the Sephardic community in Shanghai with local, national and international news and background information. Owing to financial difficulties, the publication was suspended between February 1910 and September 1918, but the paper was revived on October 27, 1918 until its final issue dated October 17, 1941."Israel's Messenger" contained a wealth of articles not only covering world politics, world Zionism and local Zionist activities, but also Jewish religious subjects, Christian attitudes towards the Jews and their religion, the ins and outs of Shanghai Jewish welfare organizations, local business activities, relations with the Jewish communities in Baghdad, India and Palestine, etc. The paper is characterized by its international orientation, open-mindedness and critical and thorough background information. "Israel's Messenger" is an important source of knowledge about the Shanghai Jewish community in the years predating the establishment of the Jewish state and the role Jews of the time played in politics, science and international trade. Bookseller Inventory # 41042

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Title: Israel's Messenger, The International Jewish...

Publisher: N. E. B. Ezra, Shanghai

Publication Date: 1929

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:g to g+

Edition: First edition.

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