November 22

History events
1547 — (10th of Kislev, 5308) Asolo, Italy was the scene of one of the few pogroms recorded in Italy during which ten Jews in a town of thirty were killed, and their houses robbed with no apparent motives
1880 — (19th of Kislev, 5641) It was reported today that there are 3 and a half million people living in Holland, 100,000 of whom are Jews. A million are Catholics and the rest are Protestants
1918 — (18th of Kislev, 5679) As Poles and Ukrainians clash in the anarchy that followed the breakup of the Russian Empire Polish forces began a two day attack on the Jewish community of Lemberg (Lvov)
1934 — (15th of Kislev, 5695) In an effort to curb “excessive rentals,” Tel Aviv’s Municipal Council vote to impose “regulations for the fixing of a maximum rate of rent for all business and residential property.”
1938 — (28th of Cheshvan, 5699) Beersheba, after having been in the hands of Arab rebels since it was abandoned by the government civil authorities six weeks ago, was occupied by British troops today. All towns in Palestine that the Arab rebels had seized are now controlled by the British military although Arab terrorists are still active
1955 — (7th of Kislev, 5716) Today, two year after the death of Joseph Stalin, a Military collegium of the Supreme Court of the Soviet Union withdrew the indictments against the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee (JAC) members due to the lack of evidence
1968 — (1st of Kislev, 5729) Twelve people were killed and 55 more were injured when terrorists set off a car bomb at the Mahaneh Yehuda Market in Jerusalem

1800 — (5th of Kislev, 5561) Solomon Maimon, German philosopher, died
1893 — (13th of Kislev, 5654) Birthdate of Lazar Moiseyevich Kaganovich one of the original Bolshevik’s who survived all of the purges and would actually live longer than the Soviet Union existed
1909 — (9th of Kislev, 5670) Birthdate of Mikhail Leontyevich Mil a founder of the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, which is responsible for many of the well-known Russian helicopter models, notably the Mil Mi-24 ‘Hind’. He passed away in 1970
2000 — (24th of Cheshvan, 5761) Shoshana Reis, 21, of Hadera, and Meir Bahrame, 35, of Givat Olga, were killed, and 60 wounded when a powerful car bomb was denotated alongside a passing bus on Hadera’s main street, when the area was packed with shoppers and people driving home from work. 60 were wounded in the blast
2002 — (17th of Kislev, 5763) IDF tracker Sgt.-Maj. Shigdaf (Shai) Garmai, 30, of Lod, was killed when an Israel Defense Forces Givati Brigade patrol near Tel Qateifa, in the Gaza Strip, came under Palestinian gunfire
2003 — (27th of Cheshvan, 5764) Two Israeli security guards, Ilya Reiger, 58, of Jerusalem, and Samer Fathi Afan, 25, of the Bedouin village Uzeir near Nazareth, were shot dead at a construction site along the route of the security fence near Abu Dis in East Jerusalem