The birth of a nation and an imminent end to another sparked by a simple demand or right as many like refer to. The demand was simple; Jews need a homeland after the Jewish Holocaust by Hitler’s reign. “In November of 1947, the United Nations voted to establish two nations: one Arab and one Jewish in a partitioned Palestine.” (BBC) Since this establishment of 1947, conflicts, tragedies, high numbers of casualties, lost homes, forced migrations, etc. arose between these two nations. There have been attempts by the Oslo Declaration of 1993, Oslo Interim Agreement of 1995, UN, The Oslo Accord, Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), etc. but none of them have been able to successfully solve this bloodshed, long-term conflict. The United States appears to play an intermediate role in inhibiting the Israeli-Palestinian peace due to Israel and US relationships. There has not been much of an effort seen from neighboring Arab countries to stop the conflict. Israel is a powerful country that is significantly funded by the United States; therefore there is a reaction from other nation to end the conflict. To be able to analyze and look for possible resolutions to this conflict, one should attempt to understand reasons behind the lack of or minimal reactions by neighboring countries to facilitate an end to it. It is well known that Israel is a powerful country and not many have tried to stop it, there is a long-term persistence by Zionists to colonize Palestine, and when there are no personal connections or benefits, countries do not feel the need to help Palestinians.
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