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  • Arab - Israeli Wars

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    state of ISRAEL in 1948, there have been four major Arab-Israeli wars (1947-49, 1956, 1967, and 1973) and numerous intermittent battles. Although Egypt and Israel signed a peace treaty in 1979, hostility between Israel and the rest of its Arab neighbors, complicated by the demands of Palestinian Arabs, continued into the 1980s. THE FIRST PALESTINE WAR (1947-49) The first war began as a civil conflict between Palestinian Jews and Arabs following the United Nations recommendation of Nov. 29

  • Is Peace Possible?

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    The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been one of the defining political issues in the Middle East for decades. The conflict itself can be dated to 1948, when the state of Israel established independence, but the underlying problems responsible for the creation of Israel, and as a result, the conflict, can be traced back as far as the 19th century. While these days, the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict takes place at a domestic level, its roots, as well as the frequent failed attempts at

  • Conflict: Conflict And Conflict In The Middle East

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    Sean Brophy ANTH 146 4/7/14 Conflict The Middle East is a place of rich history. It is where mankind arguably created modern day society, in the land of Mesopotamia. It is where the Ottoman Empire rose and fell. With all these different cultural roots the Middle East has given birth to it is safe to say that conflict is almost unavoidable. This statement is particularly true when I comes to the relationship between the Arabic and Israeli people. While there are many aspects to this volatile relationship

  • Palestine and Jewish Problem

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    Palestine land and force them to leave their land therefore Jewish was able to support of Brittan at that time to create Israelis state. British has the important role of creating Israel because of Balfour Declaration British protections believe that by backing the Zionist movement could bring support of Jewish people in both Russia and Unite State for proposing of war. However, the Arab was against the declaration. The Jew is believed that by creating a state for Jews could solve their problem and unite

  • The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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    One of the main questions first asked about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is “who has the rightful claim to the land”, and in my opinion; Israel has rightful claim to the territory. The pro-Israeli stance that I hold is based on the fact that Israel has maintained military dominance over the disputed territory. I see the conflict as a survival of the fittest, where Israel has proved its supremacy by defeating all attempts of invasion and elimination, such as the Yom Kippur War, Six Day war, and

  • The Palestinian Fight for a Homeland

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    eruption of the Arab-Israeli war that accompanied this. During this period, some three-quarters of a million Palestinians left their homes within what was to become the state of Israel to seek refuge in the (Jordanian controlled) West Bank, the (Egyptian-controlled) Gaza Strip, Syria, Lebanon and further afield. When Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza in June 1967, a further 300,000 fled these areas for neighboring countries. (Brynan, 1998, p. ) Since the declaration of an Israeli state in 1948

  • Israel and The Palestinians

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    do this by taking a close look at several of the key components of their society; the geographical influences of the region, civil considerations of the people and their government and the military conflicts that not only shaped their country from the moment of its inception but the current conflicts that continue to define it. Israel is location at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea, bordered by Lebanon to the north, Syria to its northeast, Jordan to the east, and Egypt to its southwest.

  • Israeli Palestinian Conflict

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    The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is a never ending fight over land in which both sides believe is theirs. Because of past historical events, there is a lot of confusion about whose land it really is. There have been thousands of lives both soldiers and civilians on both sides lost in the continuous fighting over this land. The Israelis and Palestinians have been fighting since around 1880 for the land which was formerly known as Palestine(jewish). After the Balfour Declaration the Jewish people started


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    picture pyramids, mummies, deserts and beautiful beaches. While Egypt is best known for these things, many may not know that Egypt has had a long history of wars and violence with Israel. Ever since the beginning, Arabs and Israelis have been in hostility with one another. Up till this day Israelis and Palestinians still continue to commit violent acts against each other. This is why it is more important than ever now to enforce security everywhere in the Middle East. To prevent future suicide attacks and

  • The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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    An issue as complicated, sensitive, and controversial as the Palestinian – Israeli conflict is not one that can be resolved with a simple solution. It did not begin with the creation of the Current State of Israel in 1948, but something that has roots going back to the ancient times. The history of the persecution of the Hebrew people started with the start of Judaism in ancient Egypt. The Pharaoh of Egypt who prophesized in his dreams that a child born to the Israelites would one day grow up and