The notion of kicking the Jews out of Europe and giving them a homeland dates back to 1902, when the British government thought to push them into East Africa or to the Egyptian city of Arish in Sinai. However, these attempts at Jewish deportation to the Sinai or East of Africa failed.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on November 2.
Ismail Haniyeh, political chief of Hamas, promised on Thursday to frustrate the Trump administration over recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
A sincere apology has the power to repair damage, fix relationships, heal wounds and restore broken hearts.
One hundred years after signing the Balfour Declaration, the political, social, economic and demographic implications of unwarranted British promise still prevail.
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry urged on Thursday the UK government to correct the historical injustices it committed against the Palestinian people.
Jeremy Corbyn has announced his refusal to attend a dinner in London slated for next Thursday with Netanyahu.
The Balfour Declaration and its undertakings represent the climax of international bias against the Palestinians people, Ahmed Abul Gheit.
The Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs urged Britain to correct the imbalance caused by Balfour Declaration's catastrophic repercussions on the Palestinians.
On Sunday, the UK Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, defended the Balfour declaration and praised the UK’s role in creating a homeland for the Jewish people in Palestine.
Israeli Arab minority will organize a protest on November 7 outside the British embassy in Tel Aviv to mark the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration.