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100 years ago: US supports Zionist project for Israeli homeland

"The Americans were watching the [British] Mandate begin, and Christian Zionists in America were seeking a political expression in the world."
Ian Greenhalgh -

September 21, 2018 9

[Editor’s note: While most have heard of the 1916 Balfour Declaration that laid the foundation for the state of Israel, there was another political decision, made a few years later that was equally important in the path to the creation of a Zionist state in Palestine and it was made by US president Warren G. Harding. With hindsight, it is clear that the Judeo-Zionist lobby was able to influence presidents back then just as it does today. Ian]

In a long list of presidential supporters of the Jewish people and the State of Israel, Warren G. Harding made his mark on September 21, 1922, when he signed a joint resolution to establish a Jewish homeland in Mandatory Palestine.
The US “favors the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of Christian and all other non-Jewish communities in Palestine,” the Lodge-Fish joint resolution read. “And that the Holy places and religious buildings and sites in Palestine shall be adequately protected.”
New York Rep. Hamilton Fish Jr., one of the resolution’s initiators along with Massachusetts Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge, declared that the resolution “is based on justice and humanity,” and Massachusetts Rep. James A. Gallivan said that he hoped America’s sympathy, as expressed through the resolution, “will be a source of encouragement to the Jewish people to their struggle to repatriate themselves to the land from which they were exile by force.”
In “Partners Together in This Great Enterprise,” David W. Schmidt writes that a significant political breakthrough for Zionism was taking place after World War I, with Congress passing several resolutions in favor of the establishment of a Jewish state in British Mandatory Palestine.
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