Tantura

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;morris04" of whom failed it. Fania Oz-Salzberger, "Anti-Israel on Campus" , ''The Wall Street Journal'', May 2, 2005 Katz was subsequently awarded a "non-research" MA. Tom Segev, "His colleagues call him a traitor", ''Haaretz'' (retrieved


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printer_preview.asp?idArticle 99&R EB972A018 Meyrav Wurmser, "Made-Up Massacre: The Tantura affair, in which post-Zionist Israel libels its own past" , News Corporation ''Weekly Standard.'' 2001-09-10. "After checking and re-checking the evidence, it is clear to me now, beyond any doubt, that there is no basis whatsoever for the allegation that the Alexandroni Brigade, or any other fighting unit of the Jewish forces, committed killing of people in Tantura after


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chance of escape to the sea. By 800hrs on May 23, the battle was over, as the forces encountered little resistance. Benny Morris (2004) p. 247 According to an unsigned Haganah report, dozens of villagers were killed and 500 were taken prisoner (300 adult males and 200 women and children). Benny Morris (2004) p. 247 unsigned short report on Tantura Operation, IDFA 922 75 949, and ya'akov B.', in the name of the deputy OC 'A' company 'Report on Operation Namal' 26


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;blue" Neutral Point-of-view (WP:NPOV): ''' Palestine Liberation Organization • First Intifada • Second Intifada • Tantura • List of massacres committed during the 1948 Arab-Israeli war • Mohammad Amin al-Husayni • 1948 Arab-Israeli War • Palestinian immigration (Israel) • Battle of Jenin • Jerusalem • Siege_of_Jerusalem_(1948) • Palmach • Civilian casualty ratio *'''Verifiability (WP:V)''': List of villages


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February 4, 2007) Zalman Amit, "The Collapse of Academic Freedom in Israel: Tantura, Teddy Katz and Haifa University", ''Counterpunch (retrieved February 4, 2007) In ''The Jerusalem Report'', Morris doubts that what took place was a "massacre", and maintains that eyewitness statements made long after the event are no substitute for contemporaneous documentary evidence. Katz interviewed 20 Israelis and 20 Palestinians (some of whom were 5–7 years old in 1948). "Eye witness accounts: Tantura", Muslimedia Morris believes that one village woman was raped, Alexandroni troops may have executed POWs, and there may have been some looting, based on an army report that uses the Hebrew word ''khabala'' (sabotage). Ari Shavit, "Survival of the Fittest", ''Haaretz'' During the trial in December 2000, it emerged that Katz's claim that Abu Fahmi, one of the witnesses, had told him the "army rounded up the villagers, lined them up against a wall and shot them", was incorrect. When the court examined Katz's tapes of his interviews, it did not find such a statement. On the contrary, Abu Fahmi said repeatedly, "We did not see them killing after we raised our hands." According to Morris, it is telling that "no residents went on record in 1948 or any time before the 1990s to claim there had been a massacre." Benny Morris (2004) p. 300 In August 1998, a former resident of the village, Mahmoud al Yihiya Yihiya, published a book about Tantura in which he describes the battle and names 52 villagers who died, but does not call it a massacre. Benny Morris (2004) p. 301 Proposals were made thumb 250px Tel Dor from above (File:PikiWiki Israel 3628 Tel Dors shoreline.JPG) '''Tel Dor''' (Kh. al-Burj or Tantura), is an archeological site located on Israel's Mediterranean coast, about 30 km south of Haifa. Lying on a small headland at the north side of a protected inlet, it is identified with D-jr of Egyptian sources, Biblical Dor, and with Dor Dora of Greek and Roman sources. Gibson, S., Kingsley, S. and J. Clarke. 1999. "Town and Country in the Southern Carmel: Report on the Landscape Archaeology Project at Dor," ''Levant'' 31:71-121. The documented history of the site begins in the Late Bronze Age (though the town itself was founded in the Middle Bronze Age, c. 2000 BCE), and ends in the Crusader period. The port dominated the fortunes of the town throughout its 3000-odd year history. Its primary role in all these diverse cultures was that of a commercial entrepot and a gateway between East and West. The remains of a successor town, the village of Tantura, lies a few hundred meters south of the archaeological site as does the modern kibbutz and resort of Nahsholim. *Please review and improve these articles: Israeli-occupied territories • Israel's record: human rights in the occupied territories (Human rights in Israel#Israel's record: human rights in the occupied territories) • Children in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict • Rawabi *''' Neutral Point-of-view (WP:NPOV): ''' Palestine Liberation Organization • First Intifada • Second Intifada • Tantura • List of massacres committed during the 1948 Arab-Israeli war • Mohammad Amin al-Husayni • 1948 Arab-Israeli War • Palestinian immigration (Israel) • Battle of Jenin • Jerusalem • Siege_of_Jerusalem_(1948) • Palmach • Civilian casualty ratio *'''Verifiability (WP:V)''': List of villages depopulated during the Arab-Israeli conflict • Armed attacks of the PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine#Armed attacks of the PFLP) • Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine • British Mandate of Palestine • Palestinian National Council • 1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine Readers are told of events that never happened, such as the nonexistent May 1948 Tantura "massacre" or the expulsion of Arabs within twelve days of the partition resolution. They learn of political decisions that were never made, such as the Anglo-French 1912 plan for the occupation of Palestine or the contriving of 'a master plan to rid the future Jewish state of as many Palestinians as possible. And they are misinformed about military and political developments, such as the rationale for the Balfour declaration (Balfour Declaration of 1917)... ME Forum A History of Modern Palestine: One Land, Two Peoples by Ilan Pappé Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 333 pp. Reviewed by Efraim Karsh


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the 1948 Arab-Israeli war. The veterans of the brigade sued Katz for libel. During the court hearing Katz conceded by issuing a statement retracting his own work. He then tried to retract his retraction, but the court disallowed it and ruled against him. He appealed to the Supreme Court but it declined to intervene. Meanwhile a committee at Haifa University claimed to have found serious problems with the thesis, including "quotations" that were contradicted by Katz's taped records


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printer_preview.asp?idArticle 99&R EB972A018 Meyrav Wurmser, "Made-Up Massacre: The Tantura affair, in which post-Zionist Israel libels its own past" , News Corporation ''Weekly Standard.'' 2001-09-10. "After checking and re-checking the evidence, it is clear to me now, beyond any doubt, that there is no basis whatsoever for the allegation that the Alexandroni Brigade, or any other fighting unit of the Jewish forces, committed killing of people in Tantura after


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Lishansky Mordechai Sokoler, Ali 'Abd al-Rahman Dekansh, Najiah Abu Amr, Fawsi Mahmoud Tanj, Mustafa Masri Ilan Pappé, (2006); pp. 113, 127,133, 155, 165, 183, 197, 203, 210, 211. feature related Israeli Myths & Propaganda. Part 3 (Interview with Ilan Pappe) In his 2001 article in the Journal of Palestine Studies, Pappé defended the use of oral history with reference to the USA. He pointed out


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for Maritime Studies under the direction of Shelley Waschsmann and Yaakov Kahanov. Tantura Lagoon The Tantura B hull was found resting on top of another shipwreck dating to the Roman period. Excavations at Tel Dor in 1986 unearthed an intact purple dye (royal purple) manufacturing installation, based on dye extracted from murex marine snails.

: ipsnewsite.mysite4now.com enakba Memoirs Al%20Wali,%20The%20Tantura%20Massacre.pdf ''Journal of Palestine Studies'' , Vol. 30, No. 3, (Spring 2001), pp. 5–18: Al Wali The Tantura Massacre with eye witness accounts included from; Muhammad Abu Hana, Muhammad Ibrahim Abu Amr, Amina al-Masri, Farid Taha Salam, Musa 'Abn al-Fattah al-Khatib, 'Adil Muhammad al-'Ammuri, Mahmud Nimr Abd al-Mu'ti, Yusuf Salam, Muhammad Kamil al-Dassuki, Abn al-Razzaq Nasr, Yusra Abu Hana, Wurud Sa'id Salam and Sabira Abu Hana<

challenged the Israeli veterans to take him to court, claiming he has evidence that the massacre occurred. ''Journal of Palestine Studies'', Vol. 30, No. 3, (Spring 2001), pp. 19–39: "The Tantura Case in Israel: The Katz Research and Trial" by Ilan Pappe; With eye witness accounts from: Dan Vitkon, Yosef Graf, Salih 'Abn al-Rahman, Tuvia

Tantura

'''Tantura''' ( northwest of Zikhron Ya'akov Bashan Foundation.org on the Mediterranean (Mediterranean Sea) coast of Israel. It was built on the ruins of the ancient Phoenician city of Dor (Tel Dor). History of Phoenicia In 1945 it had a population of 1,490.

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