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Three secret protocols - secret discussions regarding the structure of the jewish state more than a decade before its establishment

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Three secret minutes of meetings in which fateful issues were discussed in the struggle of the Zionist leadership to establish a Jewish state in the Land of Israel, Detailed discussions regarding the structure of the future jewish state, and the role of Jewish law in it, action plans against the riots of the Arabs, fateful discussions on the issue of European Jewry and bringing it to Eretz Israel, The action against British rule in the Land of Israel, and more. London, and Eretz Israel, The 1930s.

"Strictly confidential" - the decisions of the administrative committee of the Jewish Agency made at a meeting that convened in London on the 23rd - 27th of March 1930. A summary of the decisions of the agency's committee regarding Jewish-Arab relations in palestine. The report, which was printed on a typewriter under the heading "Strictly Confidential", opens with the statement that: "The Jewish Agency declares... that on the question of the relations between the Arabs and the Jews, it holds the political position... which reinforces the "desires of the Jewish people in the Land of Israel to live with the Arab people in harmony And in a relationship of mutual respect, and together with them will make the country to a flourishing country, which will guarantee to every nation an undisturbed national development without disturbances". Later on, there are sections that determine the right of the Jewish people "to establish our national home in the Land of Israel, and on the condition that the Jews do not rule over the Arabs nor The rule of the Arabs over the Jews...", as well as the guarantee of the right of Jewish immigration, the expansion of the foundations of self-government, the establishment of a social constitution, the regulation of financial matters, the roles of the Jewish Agency in the Land of Israel, and more. 7 Typewritten pages, 34 cm. Filing holes, good condition.

"Secret Meeting No. 61" - The Palestine Partition Committee, all details of a meeting held on September 13, 1938, at the committee's offices in London. The minutes include the words of Rabbi Herzog, Rabbi Dr. Hertz, and Rabbi M. Berlin, president of the Histadrut HaMizrachi. Rabbi Herzog went on to explain the Jewish Halacha's view of a "Jewish state", and the role of Torat Israel in the future Jewish state, and responds to the concerns that were raised in that Meeting that the Jewish state will be completely subordinate to Torat Israel, there is a discussion about kashrut, and the sending of kosher Mashgichim to the concentrations of the immigrants, a long discussion about "religious" clauses that were supposed to be included in the constitution of the State of Israel when it was established, as well as the delicate relations between the Jewish Agency and the Israel Association. 11 pages typed on a typewriter 33 cm, filing holes, good condition.

"secret". about the political situation. The words of Mr. M. Sharetuk (Moshe Sharet) at the assembly of elected representatives of the Knesset of Israel in the Land of Israel held in Jerusalem on Monday, 8.17.1936. A full transcript of Moshe Sharet's opening lecture, in which he elaborates on the violent struggle for the land, increasing the power of the "Jewish police" and increasing recruitment, Laying the cornerstone of first Jewish port in the Land of Israel - the port of Tel Aviv, the future dangers from the "Jewish-Arab riots", and answers to the claimants that the leadership is not doing enough against the riots of the Arabs in Israel, asking for help from the Jews in the diaspora, and re-regulating the relations between the Jews and the British in the Land of Israel. 15 typewritten pages, 32 cm. Good condition.

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15. Three secret protocols - secret discussions regarding the structure of the jewish state more than a decade before its establishment