The return of the Jews to the land.
The return of the Jews to the land.

The return of the Jews to the land.

(the following is quoted from Wikipedia)

"In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, tens of thousands of Jewish immigrants began arriving in Palestine and establishing new Jewish settlements. These immigrants were largely motivated by nationalism and a desire to live in the land of their ancestors ... The first major such wave was the First Aliyah, which took place between 1881 and 1903 ... About 28 significant Jewish settlements were established ... During this period, the revival of the Hebrew language in Palestine began. A Hebrew school system was established ... As a result, Hebrew became an everyday spoken language again and gradually became the primary language of the Jewish population of Palestine. The Second Aliyah took place from 1904 to 1914 and saw around 35,000 Jews immigrate to Palestine. ... Further Jewish settlements were established and in 1909, Tel Aviv was founded as the first modern Jewish city. " also see History.com, Jewish History