On his way to a prayer service in Nazareth, Arab gunmen assassinate Lewis Andrews, the British district commissioner for the Galilee. A friend of the Jews, Andrews is a prime target for Arab militant groups during this period of the 1936-1939 Arab uprising in Palestine. The assassination further catalyzes the British sense of urgency in resolving the seemingly irreconcilable conflict between Jews and Arabs.
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