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  • Arab and Israeli Conflict

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    Arab and Israeli Conflict In this coursework I will be studying sources and show their effect and purpose also I will give my own views on the Arab and Israeli conflict. From looking at sources A and B I have learned the motivation of the members of the PLO was that the people of Palestine wanted to regain their land and would do anything to get it back from the Israeli. Another thing I have learned from these sources was the people who wrote them were anti-Semitism and had feelings

  • The Arab Israeli Conflict

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    The Arab-Israeli conflict is perhaps the most complex political issue of our time. Many have resorted to simply blaming one side or the other. If people took the time to understand the history and correct the misconceptions a potential path forward for the Palestinians comes in place. The main reason as to why the conflict continues is because both Palestinians and Israelis have been fighting over land for the past 66 years. The initiation of the conflict began roughly when World War One broke out

  • The Arab-Israeli Conflict

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    The Arab-Israeli conflict has been ongoing for many years and so far a peaceful solution to the violence has not been reached. The 'peace process' aims to find a just, fair and lasting peace solution to the conflict in the Middle East. The USA in particular has been very active in looking for a peace solution. This is because Israel is their ally. There are several million Jews in the USA and many send money to support Israel. Also the Arabs used oil as a very successful weapon in the Yom

  • The Arab-Israeli Conflict

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    The Arab-Israeli Conflict The Arab-Israeli conflict is one of the most prolonged and bloody conflicts in not only modern history, but in the ancient world as well. The roots of the conflict, as well as the arguments on both sides, are as diversified and complicated as the conflict itself. The Israelites started to conquer and settle the “land of Canaan,” which is present day Israel, in 1250 B.C.. King Solomon ruled the Israelites and the land of Israel from 961-922 B.C.. Following his reign

  • Arab Israeli Conflict

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    Arab Israeli Conflict On October 3rd 2000, the observer reported that "violence raged across Gaza, the west Bank and Israel itself yesterday, unchecked by international appeals for calm, and fuelled by a steadily rising death toll, which last night had reached at least 47 in 5 days. Seven years after the Oslo accords, the already dying peace negotiations appeared to be over". The situation has not improved since October 2000 and violence continues to the present day. Source A is

  • The Arab-Israeli Conflict

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    contributed to the wars between the Arabs and Israelis in 1956, 1967 and 1973. One of which was President Nasser's personality. In the 1950's a new president, Gamal Abdul Nasser, came to power in Egypt. President Nasser had a very strong and determined character and was very eager to get revenge on the Israelis for the 1948 war, which Egypt lost. President Nasser wanted to get Palestine back into the Arab control and to do this he had to unite the Arab world under his control. In order to

  • The Arab Israeli Conflict

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    The Arab Israeli Conflict For the past 70 years, there have been many events which are important to study when we consider their impact on today's stalemate between the Palestinians and the Israelis, but two of the most important to examine in great depth is the Creation of Israel in 1948, and the "Six Day War" in 1967. Both events have contributed to the four main barriers to peace, which I will explain towards the end of my coursework, and have changed the leadership, land ownership

  • Arab Israeli Conflict

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    The Arab-Israeli conflict is a struggle between the Jewish state of Israel and the Arabs of the Middle East concerning the area known as Palestine. The term Palestine has been associated variously and sometimes controversially with this small region. Both the geographic area designated by and the political status of the name have changed over the course of some three millennia. The region, or a part of it, is also known as the Holy Land and is held sacred among Jews, Christians, and Muslims. In the

  • Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict

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    Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict A. The author of the book in source A thought that it was of equal fault, and neither side started the war alone. The author does however feel that Egypt was wrong in closing the Gulf of Aqaba blockading the Israeli port of Eilat because she knew Israel would reguard this as an act of war. Also though, the author thinks it was half started by the Israelis because it's arguable that they did it to save it's economy and to ward off political instability

  • The Arab-Israeli Conflict

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    influence in the Middle East and because it was becoming more evident that there were many oil fields within the Turkish Empire. The collapse of the Turkish Empire was good news for the Arabs. Just like other counties the Arabs knew of the success of the European counties in forming an empire and states. The Arabs wanted this, and now that the Turkish Empire was in collapse it might just be in their reach. It was not the first time though that they’d had the chance of becoming a state as they