Jewish-Transjordanian Relations, 1921-48
Psychology Press, 1997 - 320 עמודים
The Jewish National Home has never acquired legitimacy in the eyes of its Arab environment. Zionist efforts to obtain Arab recognition through diplomatic formulations, practical co-operation and plain bribery have all failed. One solitary neighbour, Transjordan and its king, Abdullah, did not express such hostility to the Jewish National Home, for Abdullah needed the Jews no less than they needed him. Over the years mutual economic interest developed into a key political alliance. In this innovative work, Yoav Gelber traces the relation between the Jewish National Home and the Hashemite dynasty of Transjordan, not by starting from 1946 and the Jewish agency's agreement with Abdullah, but by focusing on the connection between the two regions from as early as 1921 when Amir Abdullah first appeared on the Palestine scene, and by concentrating as much on Jewish sources as British records.
The turning point of the 1929 disturbances
Business and politics
Abdullahs plan for Greater Syria
The Arab revolt
The Royal Commission and the partition plan
The revolts second phase
In the shadow of war
Abdullahs intrigues in Syria
Between union and partition
Partners or enemies?
The Jews ally or the Palestinians saviour?
מהדורות אחרות - הצג הכל
Abdullah Agency's Amir Amir's Amman April Arab area Arab Higher Committee Arab League Arab Legion Arlosoroff army asked August Aviv bedouins Ben-Gurion Bevin Britain British Cohen's report Commission's copy in CZA Cox's report Damascus Danin December delegation dispatched Druz Duwaji Egypt envoy February Foreign Office Glubb Greater Syria Haganah Haifa Hajj Hajj Amin Hebrew High Commissioner ibid Ibn Saud immigration intelligence interview Iraq Iraqi Istiqlali January Jerusalem Jewish Agency Jewish settlement Jews Jordan July June Kalwarisky King King's Kirkbride Kisch leaders League's Lebanon London Macmichael March memorandum Middle East Minister minute Mufti Myerson Nablus Nashashibi negotiations November October Palestine and Transjordan Palestine's Palestinian Arabs partition Political Department Political Department's Raghib Nashashibi revolt rumours Rutenberg Sasson to Shertok Sasson's report Saudi Secretary September SHAI files SHAI report SHAI's sheikhs Shertok Shimoni situation in Transjordan summary Transjordan Transjordanian United Nations Wauchope Weizmann Yogev Zaslani Zionist