Chronology of Israel, details

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Chronology of Israel, details

Today 23 Shvat 5730 AD Wednesday, (22 September 2021)
20-16 c BCMigration of the forefathers of the Jewish people
16-13 c BCEgyptian slavery and the liberation of the Jews
13 c BC - 20 centuryHistory of the origin of kosher laws
13-12 c BCConquest of Canaan
20 c BC - 20 centuryThe Origin of Monotheism
1050-970 BCThe beginning of the reign: Saul and David
10 c BCThe reign of King Solomon
13-6 c BCLiterature of the First Temple period
10-8 c BCJerusalem and Samaria
750-722 BCThe destruction of Samaria and the expulsion of the people of Israel
586 BCThe Fall of Jerusalem
10-6 c BCBiblical Prophecies
6 c BCReturn to Zion
6-4 c BCBabylonian and Egyptian Jews: The Persian Era
6-5 c BCJerusalem and Judea under the Persian rule
332-63 BCFrom Alexander to Pompey
4-2 c BCBetween Jerusalem and Alexandria
3 c BC - 1 centuryLiterature period of the Second Temple
332-167 BCHellenistic Judea
3 c BC- 1 centuryReligious and social trends
167 BC - 140The Rise of the Maccabees
142 BC- 63The rise and fall of the Hasmonean state
63 BC - 3 centuryPalestine under the rule of Rome
37 BC - 4 centuryHerod the Great
1-2 c BCRebellion against Rome
1-4 c BCJewish sects: early Christianity
70 - 132From Jerusalem to Yavne
3 c BC - 6 centurySynagogue
132-135Uprising Bar Kokhba
1-7 c BCRabbinical literature
3-5 c BCBabylonia, the capital of the Jewish world
4-5 centuriesWhen the Roman Empire adopted Christianity
330-1453Jews of Byzantium
13-20 centuriesJewish holidays
500-632Jews and Arabs: the first contacts
7 centuryPalestine between Persians, Arabs and Byzantine inhabitants
09.12.17Great Britain deflects Jerusalem from the Turkish army
29.09.23The British Mandate for the Administration of Palestine enters into force
10.1933Mass riots in Palestine.
10.1933Jews in Palestine protest against immigration restrictions.
15.04.36Serious disturbances in Palestine. Arabs kill Jews and rob their property (continue until November).
07.07.37The Royal Commission on Palestine recommends that the British mandate be terminated and the country divided into a sector governed by the United Kingdom, a Jewish state and an Arab sector that later must join the Transjordan.
04.01.38The UK postpones the implementation of the partition plan of Palestine and appoints a commission headed by John Woodhead to examine the issue of borders. The Arabs boycott the work of the commission (the commission's report is presented on November 9).
13.08.45The World Zionist Congress demands that one million Jews be allowed to enter Palestine.
29.04.46The British-American Committee opposes the partition of Palestine.
22.07.46In Palestine, Zionist terrorists blow up part of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, which houses representatives of the British government and army. 91 people are dying.
09.1946A conference on controversial issues concerning Palestine opens in London (until December). Zionists boycotting this forum.
02.04.47The United Kingdom is transferring the question of the partition of Palestine into the United Nations.
29.11.47The UN General Assembly adopts a resolution on the establishment in the Palestinian territory of Arab and Jewish states, a plan for the partition of Palestine, according to which Jerusalem must be under the tutelage of the UN. In Palestine, an armed conflict erupts between Jews and Arabs.
16.03.48The UN Commission on Palestine reports that it is not possible to divide Palestine into the Arab and Jewish zones because of the local opposition.
14.05.48As the term of the British Mandate for the administration of Palestine expired, the Jewish National Council and the General Zionist Council proclaim the formation of the Jewish state of Israel and form the Provisional Government. David Ben-Gurion was appointed prime minister. The US declares the recognition of a new state (on May 17, the USSR declares its recognition of Israel).
15.05.48Egypt, Trans-Jordan, Iraq and Syria attack Israel and occupy part of its territory in the south and east. The Arab Legion of Transjordan occupies the old part of Jerusalem.
16.05.1948-9.11.1952President of Israel Chaim Weizmann
11.06.48The UN representative in the United States, with an intermediary mission, Count Bernadotte, is seeking a ceasefire agreement for a period of four weeks.
18.07.48In Israel, following the resumption of hostilities by Arabs and Jews, a second Armistice Agreement has been reached, but the war continues and the Jews manage to expand their territory.
01.12.48The Arab Congress in Jericho proclaims Abdullah ibn Hussein of Transjordan as King of Palestine.
1949Formation of a unicameral parliament
27.04.50The United Kingdom recognizes Israel.
13.09.51The UN Conciliation Commission is discussing the Palestinian problem with representatives of Israel and the Arab states, but on November 21 the talks are interrupted.
09.10.51David Ben-Gurion puts an end to the eight-month government crisis in Israel, having formed a coalition government.
10.11.51France, Great Britain, USA and Turkey announce the security program for the Middle East.
08.12.52President of Israel Yitzhak Ben-Zvi
12.02.53Tensions between Israel and the USSR
20.07.53The USSR and Israel resume diplomatic relations.
07.12.53Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion resigns as a result of lengthy disagreements in the coalition government (on December 9, Moshe Sharet becomes the new prime minister).
24.01.54Moshe Sharet forms a new government in Israel.
23.03.54Israel withdraws from the United Nations Joint Commission for a truce in Palestine, accusing the members of the commission of inefficient work.
02.11.55In Israel, former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion returns to active political activities and forms a new coalition government.
30.09.56At the Montparnasse in Paris, at a secret meeting between the representatives of France and Israel (the Israeli delegation is headed by Foreign Minister Golda Meir), the possibility of conducting a concerted military action against Egypt is being discussed (this meeting is sometimes called the Saint-Germain Conference at the place where the Israeli delegation stopped).
08.10.56Israel withdraws its representatives from the Mixed Jordanian-Israeli Armistice Commission.
12.10.56The United Kingdom notifies Israel that it will render military assistance to Jordan if it is subjected to military aggression (under the 1948 treaty).
29.10.56Israeli troops invade the Sinai Peninsula, which belongs to Egypt.
31.10.56The United States stops providing assistance to Israel.
22.01.57Israel is completing the withdrawal of its troops from the Sinai peninsula, Egypt, but retains its presence in the Gaza Strip (Egyptian territory adjacent to the south-western border of Israel).
06.02.57Israeli troops transfer the Gaza Strip to the control of the UN forces.
20.04.57The United States is recommending aid to Israel (suspended in October 1956).
02.11.61After lengthy negotiations, the new government of Israel is formed by David Ben-Gurion.
15.08.66Armed conflict with Syria
09.06.67Six-day war with Egypt and its allies
24.07.69Armed conflict with Egypt
10.03.70The Israeli parliament provides an accurate definition of who should be considered a Jew in accordance with Israeli law.
6-23.10.1973Military conflict with Egypt and Syria