14a Modern Jerusalem

14a Modern Jerusalem - Modern Jerusalem Ottoman Empire...

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Modern Jerusalem Ottoman Empire {1299/1516-1923} Suleyman the Magnificent 1520-1566 Height of power of Ottoman empire Restoration of Jerusalem Walls, fountains, Temple Mount
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Decline Relative Economic and Political decline shifting trade routes Jews migrate to Ottoman empire but not to Jerusalem Local eastern Christian population Old Jerusalem c. 1890 Nineteenth Century The “Sick Man” of Europe Imperialist European competition to dismantle Ottoman Empire Building of European “colonies” All the “great powers” want a political and religious presence in Jerusalem France, Russia, Germany, Austria, Italy, America, England Restoration of Christian Churches Protestant Missionary Activities (schools)
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Augusta Victoria {1898} European Imperialist ideology Augusta Victoria Modern Jerusalem {1917-2011} Zionist movement Nationalism, Socialism Anti-Semitism Herzl, The Jewish State , (1987) Desire to migrate to Israel vs. desire for a Jewish State Religion and Zionsim
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Modern Jerusalem {1917-2011}
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