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File:Havlagah bus during 1936-1939 Arab revolt-British Mandate of Palestine.jpg

English: A Jewish self-defense bus equipped with wire screens to protect against rock, glass, and grenade throwing during 1936-1939 Arab revolt in the British Mandate of Palestine. The Jewish community adopted the policy of restraint ( Havlagah).
Date 1930s
Source David Bamberger, A Young Person's History of Israel, (Behrman House, 1985). p.69
Author Unknown
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Public domain This work or image is now in the public domain because its term of copyright has expired in Israel. According to Israel's copyright statute from 2007 ( translation), a work is released to the public domain on 1 January of the 71st year after the author's death (paragraph 38 of the 2007 statute) with the following exceptions:
  • A photograph taken on 24 May 2008 or earlier — the old British Mandate act applies, i.e. on 1 January of the 51st year after the creation of the photograph (paragraph 78(i) of the 2007 statute, and paragraph 21 of the old British Mandate act).
  • If the copyrights are owned by the State, not acquired from a private person, and there is no special agreement between the State and the author — on 1 January of the 51st year after the creation of the work (paragraphs 36 and 42 in the 2007 statute).

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