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In the summer of 1929, the British-controlled region of Palestine saw growing fault lines between Arabs and Jews. Tensions rose until they erupted one fateful day. In the city of Hebron, a riot quickly turned into a gruesome massacre, and in a mere two hours, 67 Jews were murdered. The Hebron riots were the catalyst for the week of terror that followed. In total, 133 Jews and 116 Arabs were killed and most peaceful Jewish-Arab coexistence came to an unfortunate end.