The purpose of this page is to document the life and violent death of Jacob Israel de Haan.
"Jacob Israël de Haan (December 31, 1881 – June 30, 1924) was a Dutch Jewish literary writer and journalist who was assassinated in Jerusalem by the Jewish paramilitary organization Haganah for his anti-Zionist political activities and contacts with Arab leaders. He is believed to be the first victim of Zionist political violence. De Haan is revered as a martyr among certain sections of the Haredi Jewish community, particularly the Neturei Karta and Edah HaChareidis."
Jacob Israel de Haan (HTTPS://EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG)
Jacob Israel de Haan (HTTPS://EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG) (2014/0728)
This day in Jewish history / Zionism's first political assassination (WWW.HAARETZ.COM) (2014/0728)
On De Haan (WWW.CORPSE.ORG) (2014/0728)
A Martyr's Message (HTTP://ISRAELVERSUSJUDAISM.ORG) (2014/0728)
Monument to Jacob Israel de Haan (WWW.JHM.NL) (2014/0728)
June 30: Jacob Israel de Haan (HTTP://JEWISHCURRENTS.ORG) (2014/0728)
The love songs of Jacob Israel de Haan. (WWW.THEFREELIBRARY.COM) (2014/0728)
Gert Hekma: Jacob Israel de Haan: sexology, poetry, politics (WWW.CHED.UQ.EDU.AU) (2014/0728)
Explaining the Long — and Largely Untold — History of Jewish Opposition to Zionism (WWW.ACJNA.ORG) (2014/0728)