Bayt Jibrin

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. The Israelis, however, did not allow them to return. Several men of Beit Jibreen were killed when they tried to go back. Israel after 1948 In 1949, a Jewish communal settlement, Kibbutz Beit Guvrin (Beit Guvrin, Israel), was founded on the former town's lands. ref name "Morris" >


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excavations of Maresha's many quarried systems and invite visitors to participate. The remains of the city of '''Maresha''' on Tell Sandahanna Tel Maresha were first excavated in 1898-900 by Bliss (Frederick J. Bliss) and Macalister (R.A. Stewart Macalister), who uncovered a planned and fortified Hellenistic city encircled by a town wall with towers. Two Hellenistic and one Israelite stratum were identified by them on the mound. Located some 1,300 feet above sea level, the ground


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. Drawn up from the original diaries, with historical illustrations '', Visited "Beit Jibrin" in 1838. *Schölch, Alexander (1993): ''Palestine in Transformation, 1856-1882,'' ISBN 0-88728-234-2, * (Bayt Jibrin


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to Israel'', Zev Vilnay, Hamakor Press, Jerusalem 1972, p.276 Another name in medieval times may have been ''Beit Jibril'', meaning "house of Gabriel". In Arabic (Arabic language), ''Bayt Jibrin'' or ''Jubrin'' ( بيت جبرين ) means "house of the powerful", Khalidi, 1992, p. 209-210. reflecting its original Aramaic name. ref name "


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'' correspondent reported that thousands of Jaffa's inhabitants had fled inland, including "large numbers" to the Bayt Jibrin area. NYT, 4 5 48, quoted in Khalidi, 1992, p. 209-210. In October 1948, the Israeli Army (Israel Defense Forces) (IDF) launched Operation Yoav, which differed from operations three months earlier, as the IDF was now equipped with aircraft, artillery, and tanks. On October 15–16, the IDF launched bombing and strafing attacks


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-59984-9 page 283 in 796, Bayt Jibrin was reportedly destroyed by Bedouin tribesmen in an effort to combat Christian influence in the region during a civil war (Civil War in Palestine (793-796)) between the Arab tribal federations of the area. According to a monk named Stephen, "it was laid waste, and its inhabitants carried off into captivity". However, by 985, the city, by then under Abbasid rule, seemed to have recovered

populated places in Southwest Asia Category:2nd-century BCE establishments in the Hasmonean Kingdom Category:796 disestablishments in Israel Eleutheropolis (Category:Catholic titular sees in Asia) thumb right Virtually the entire Kingdom of Jerusalem (File:Hattin.jpg) passed into Ayyubid hands after their victory against the Crusader (Crusades)s in the Battle of Hattin in 1187 Saladin besieged Tiberias in the eastern Galilee on July 3, 1187 and the Crusader army attempted


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. Drawn up from the original diaries, with historical illustrations '', Visited "Beit Jibrin" in 1838. *Schölch, Alexander (1993): ''Palestine in Transformation, 1856-1882,'' ISBN 0-88728-234-2, * (Bayt Jibrin

location Albuquerque isbn 0-8263-0490-7 * *William McClure Thomson, (1859): '' The Land and the Book: Or, Biblical Illustrations Drawn from the Manners and Customs


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-59984-9 page 283 in 796, Bayt Jibrin was reportedly destroyed by Bedouin tribesmen in an effort to combat Christian influence in the region during a civil war (Civil War in Palestine (793-796)) between the Arab tribal federations of the area. According to a monk named Stephen, "it was laid waste, and its inhabitants carried off into captivity". However, by 985, the city, by then under Abbasid rule, seemed to have recovered

populated places in Southwest Asia Category:2nd-century BCE establishments in the Hasmonean Kingdom Category:796 disestablishments in Israel Eleutheropolis (Category:Catholic titular sees in Asia) thumb right Virtually the entire Kingdom of Jerusalem (File:Hattin.jpg) passed into Ayyubid hands after their victory against the Crusader (Crusades)s in the Battle of Hattin in 1187 Saladin besieged Tiberias in the eastern Galilee on July 3, 1187 and the Crusader army attempted


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to Israel'', Zev Vilnay, Hamakor Press, Jerusalem 1972, p.276 Another name in medieval times may have been ''Beit Jibril'', meaning "house of Gabriel". In Arabic (Arabic language), ''Bayt Jibrin'' or ''Jubrin'' ( بيت جبرين ) means "house of the powerful", Khalidi, 1992, p. 209-210. reflecting its original Aramaic name. ref name "


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and a major administrative center under the name of Eleutheropolis. In the early 7th century, Bayt Jibrin was conquered by Muslim forces led by 'Amr ibn al-'As. Under the Crusader (Crusades)s in the 12th century, it had a population of 1,500, compared to 100-150 in the average village of the time. ''The Fall of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem'', Joshua Prawer, Israel Argosy, p.186, Jerusalem Post Press, Jerusalem, 1956 ref

Frankish colony, which they named "Bethgibelin". Jean Richard Crusaders c. 1071-c,1291 p 96 Christian settlers in Beit Jibrin were promised a share of property looted from the Muslims. It was on the itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela, who found three Jews living there when he visited the country. Robinson, Edward & Smith, Eli (1856) J. Murray. p 29 The Ayyubid army under

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