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Title: Jubran Kazma and the Beisan Land Affair : 1921-1923
Authors: Fakher Eldin, Munir 
Keywords: Kazma, Jubran;Land tenure - Palestine - History - 20th century;Palestine - History - British occupation,1917-1948
Issue Date: Sep-2017
Publisher: This Week in Palestine
Source: This Week in Palestine, issue 233
Abstract: The essay introduces the story of Jubran Juzma, a Palestinian nationalist and farmer, who played a key role in the leadership of the community in the Beisan valley during the early 1920s, leading to the recognition of Arab rights to the land therein and serving in the demarcation commission that implemented the Beisan land settlement. Jubran was son of a famous Palestinian educator in the Russian schools in Nazareth and other locations in greater Syria, and was one of the early Arab nationalists to mobilize against Ottoman rule in 1910-1913.
Description: Article was published in : This Week in Palestine, issue 233, p.52-57
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