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19th Century Pan-Islam and Zionism Movements
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late 19th century reform and adaptation
many projects to create new               
sometimes creating new nations out of old               
Persia
Egypt
Lebanon
Syria
a new vocabulary for describing                    communities
a collection of faiths, languages, and                  governing on the ground
imagining a nation was not the only respond to political pressures
the pan-movements
many began to imagine political communities which transcended nations
pan-               movement
not all ideas translate in the nation-state
pan-Islam
argued that they spoke for all                   
a nostalgia for a time when all members of a belief cohabited under one              roof
integrated by faith, not by language, nation, ethnicity, not even                   
to be ruled by a sultan or a latter-day             
calling for the defense of Islam against the expanding Christian leaders
Jamāl al-Dīn al-Afghānī (1839–1897)
important              arguing for a this different model of utopia
claimed to be an Afghani
in fact he was from         
didn't want to be identified as a             
1884 moved to           
began publishing an Arabic newspaper in Paris entitled al-Urwah al-Wuthqa, "The Indissoluble         "
called for a return to the original principles and ideals of Islam, and for greater unity among Islamic peoples
an alternative vision of what politics might look like in the Islamic world
hearkening back to older models of               
Al-Quaida
sought to redeem an older, universal ideal
Zionism
unlike pan-Islam, Zionists had no state
they had a nation of Jews
but nowhere on the globe could you find a Jewish           
that had been eradicated from the time of the            Empire
the idea was one of return
a return to a homeland called Zion, lost in previous                   
a social and political act to remedy the problems of being a minority in a diaspora
facing rising                       
Russian nationalism in the 1880s and its               
a place where they might project their idea of a nation which would return Jews to an ancient homeland
this experience of being stateless in someone else's state nurtured Zionism
to return home, required creating a home
most Jews lived scattered around the world
                 precedes and created reality
just as in pan-Islam, it begins with major,                    figures
Zvi Hirsch                    (1795-1874)
was an Orthodox              rabbi who expressed views in favor of the Jewish re-settlement of the Land of Israel
taking on messianic qualities
Theodor            (1860-1904)
an Austro-Hungarian journalist, playwright, political activist, and writer
one of the fathers of modern political Zionism
formed the World Zionist Organization and promoted Jewish migration to Palestine in an effort to form a Jewish state
seen as a kind of latter-day,                Moses leading his people back home
the              language is a new language
it existed only as one would read in the Bible and sacred texts
his message had to appeal to the many                            Jews
we will find our moral bearing by                the Holy Land again
many settlers began to return to Palestine, which was a province of the                Empire
began to buy up land from the native          populations
by 1914 some 60,000 Jews had returned and began to buy up, mainly the                lands of what is now Israel
we see around Jerusalem an envisioning of rival models of a homeland for a people who had been              of a state
they wanted a state carved out of the precincts of an                empire
land will become the focal point for tensions for the                    and incoming groups in Palestine

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16th Century Colonialism Fueling European Violence
Global Food: European Sugar, Caribbean Plantations, African Slaves
16th and 17th Century Merchant Trading Companies
17th Century Interdependence of Trade and Investment
Francis Drake and Mercantilist Wars
The Apex and Erosion of the Mughal Empire
The Treaty of Westphalia as the Hinge of Modern History
The Influence of Silver on the Ming Dynasty
Political Reverberations of Ming Consolidation
18th China Resurgent as Qing Dynasty
18th Century Tea Trade, Leisure Time, and the Spread of Knowledge
Cook and Clive: Discoverers, Collectors and Conquerors of the Enlightenment
Strains on the Universality of the Enlightenment
The Enlightenment, Empire, and Colonization: Burke vs. Hastings
Enlightenment or Empire
18th Century Land Grabbing
The Industrial Revolution and the Transition of Non-Renewable Energy
The Seven Years' War and Colonial Revolutions
Napoleon, Spain, the Colonies, and Imperial Crises
Human Rights and the Meaning of Membership within Societies
Napoleon, New Nations, and Total War
The Ottoman Empire's 19th Century Tanzimat Reform
The Early 19th Century Market Revolution
The Global Upheavals of the Mid-19th Century
The Train, the Rifle, and the Industrial Revolution
Transition in India: Last of the Mughals
The Indian Rebellion of 1857 and Its Ramifications
Darwin's Effect on 19th Century Ideas
Factors Which Led to the Solidifying of Nation States
1868 Japan: The Meiji Restoration
1871: Germany Becomes a Nation
North American Nation-Building
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The Benefits of Comparative Advantage
Migration after the Age of Revolutions
Creating 19th Century Global Free Trade
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The Second Industrial Revolution
The Closing of the American Frontier
Africa's Second Imperial Wave
Early 20th Century American Imperialism
1894-1905: Japan's Imperial Wave in Asia
Rashid Rida and 19th Century Islamic Modernization
19th Century Pan-Islam and Zionism Movements
19th Century Global Export-Led Growth
Indian Wars and Mass Slaughter of Bison
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1890-1914: Savage Wars of Peace
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1899-1911 The End of the Qing Dynasty
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The Panic of 1907
Turn-of-the-Century Civilization and its Discontents
20th Century Questioning of Reason
Late 19th Century Anxieties of Race
The First World War
The End of WWI and the Attempt at Global Peace
The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919
The Wilson-Lenin Moment
1919 Self-Determination Movements in India
Post-WWI European Peace and Global Colonial Upheaval
1929 Economic Collapse
Changes in Capitalism between the Wars