In 1917 AD, Muslim Turks surrendered control of Jerusalem to Christian Brits on December 9, which was Kislev 24 in the Hebrew calendar. In the Book of Haggai, it says the Second Temple in Jerusalem where Jesus would worship was founded on Kislev 24, 520 BC.
The Egyptian coin below shows the Roman year 1917 coincided with the Muslim year 1335. In an eschatological prophecy in the Book of Daniel, “the man clothed in linen” tells Daniel, “Blessed are they who have patience and persevere for the one thousand three hundred and thirty-five days.” (Daniel 12:12) In Bible prophecy, it is common for a “day” in the text to equal a year in actual time. This is based on Numbers 14:34 and Ezekiel 4:6.