The San Remo Conference is definitely a hallmark moment in the history of the establishment of the Jewish state. At this conference, which took place over a week – from June 19-26, 1920, the territories of the Ottoman Empire were divided between two states – England and France.
The territory of future State of Israel was placed under British Mandate – המנדט הבריטי- which was also responsible for the area of the east side of the Jordan River, the area that is today, Jordan – יַרְדֵּן.
Why was this conference so important to the Jewish people? Well, two years and half earlier the Balfour Declaration was made, which was the first time that the idea of a Jewish state in Israel was discussed by a non-Jewish state, a state that was about to rule over the territory of Israel after the San Remo Conference-וְעִידָה.
Let’s see exactly what was said about Israel –