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By 1901 Krum had moved to Jerusalem and had begun medical work there in the Old City, joined by S. In 1908 the medical institution in Jerusalem reported that Europeans, Arabs and Jews were seeking remedial treatments there.
In 1911 a tent meeting was held in a German colony that had been established on Mount Carmel.
On March 26, 1979, a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt was signed, and on September 13, 1993, Israel and the Palestinian Authority agreed on recognition of each nation, bringing autonomy to the Gaza Strip and Jericho.
The territory has been the home of the Hebrews from the period of the gradual conquest of the land following the exodus from Egypt in the mid-second millennium BCE.
Judea remained the homeland of the Jews until the dispersion by the Roman emperors of the first and second centuries when it was renamed Palestine.
The area was conquered by the Arabs in the seventh century, and Jerusalem became one of the centers of Islam.
These are served by four ordained pastors and two licensed ministers.
She believed that this work was part of God’s plan for the last days of human history in the return of Yeshouah in glory. Holser, the Superintendent of the European Field, to Haifa, Jaffa, Sarona (near Jaffa), and Jerusalem early in 1898.
In the second century BCE it was the seat of an independent Jewish state ruled by the Hashmonian priest-kings.
The Roman Republic conquered the country in In 63 BC, and organized it as a Roman client state which was ruled by Herod the Great from 37 BC after three years of fighting.
According to extant records, another of the first Adventists to visit Palestine was G. He made the acquaintance of some of the German colonists settled near these cities, distributed literature among them, and took subscriptions to an Adventist health journal. Krum, a German Adventist from the United States, responded, and with his wife went to Jaffa (biblical Joppa) in the same year and conducted colporteur work among the German colonists. Horner, a male nursing graduate of the Basel Sanitarium, went to Jaffa and opened treatment rooms there.
On his return to Europe he made an appeal at a general meeting held in Hamburg for volunteers to work in Palestine. A few months afterwards Miss Hausmann, a nurse, who later married Horner, joined him in the medical work.
When the state was established, there were only 806,000 residents and the total population reached its first and second millions in 19 respectively.