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    A Poet Protesting the Persecution of the Palestinian People Poets from every part of the world from all times of history have written about the issues of oppression and hardships of unfairness and discrimination. It is easy to find writings and poetry by African Americans, Hispanics, Japanese, Chinese, and even Native American poets. These nationalities are very well represented when it comes to poets shouting of the unfair treatment of their ethnic group. However, to find poetry and poets

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    United States government estimated 37,212 Palestinians lived in United States in 2010. The influxes of Palestinian immigrants often could attributed to events called “Intifadas.” The Arabic word “Intifada” translated, means a “shaking off” but can also translate to an “uprising.” Israel’s and the Palestinian authority’s animosity derives from the First Intifada. The current political standing of the state of Israel and the Palestinian authority runs off from the Second Intifada, which lasted from

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    We Need a Precise Definition of Terrorism In early 1974, the Secretary General of the United Nations, U Thant, invited the Palestinian Liberation Organization to attend the General Assembly gathering on November 13, 1974, and in doing so gave legitimacy to the Palestinian Liberation Organization as a governing body. In Yasser Arafat’s speech to the General Assembly, he thanked the United Nations for recognizing his organization and its legitimacy. When Arafat addressed the General Assembly,

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    horrific events that take place between groups of people in the same or different countries often causing psychological damage. The Palestinian- Israeli conflict is an ongoing combat amongst two nations with different ideals. There is a lot of psychological reasoning behind the actions of these different ethnicities. In one hand Palestinians cannot tolerate the existence of Israelis in their territories similarly Israelis are intolerant of Palestinians. In psychology fundamental attribution error, conformity

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    The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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    Introduction The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the most controversial conflicts in modern history. The expansion of Israel since 1947 is seen as the beginning of the conflict, although its origins go back to the end of the 19th century, when Jewish immigration to Palestine began to increase. Since the start of the conflict, several peace negotiations have been carried out, resulting in variable degrees of success. This essay will focus on how theorists of peace and conflict have analysed

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    Thi eom uf thos stady wes tu ixpluri emung e sempli uf Jiwosh Amirocens thi privelinci uf biloifs essucoetid woth ontrectebli cunfloct end tu tist thi ruli uf doffirint biloifs on pridoctong ondovodaels’ sappurt fur e cumprumosi sulatoun tu thi Isreilo–Pelistonoen cunfloct. Wi fuand thet thi Jiwosh Amirocens wi semplid tindid tu egrii woth e sinsi uf cullictovi voctomhuud end thi Jiwosh Isreilo nerretovi un thi cunfloct. On thi uthir hend thiy tindid tu dosegrii woth thi Pelistonoen nerretovi un

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    The ongoing and explosive Israeli-Palestinian conflict has its roots in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century when two major nationalist movements among the Jews and Arabs were born. Both of these groups’ movements were geared toward attaining sovereignty for their people in the Middle East, where they each had historical and religious ties to the land that lies between the eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River. Toward the end of the 19th century, Southern Syria

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    Mongolian and Palestinian Arts

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    it, but clashes between different cultures do occur. At the heart of all cultures is the power of creative expression and celebration of life. Each culture has their own unique way to express their creativity and art. Although the Mongolian and Palestinian cultures are different, these cultures can resolve conflict and reach common ground through artistic expression for a more harmonious way to co-exist. There are a wide range of instruments and singing styles in the Mongolian culture. Mongolians

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    The conflict between Jews and Arabs in Palestine was a significant problem for Britain because of the agreement made to both peoples before 1920. Britain assured both groups that the territory of Jerusalem would be given to them and that they would have a choice in their government. The promises conflicted with each other so Britain decided on enabling the United Nations to determine the territorial future of the two ethnicities, thus creating the UN Partition Plan. The UN Partition Plan would ultimately

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    been an issue for over many years. After the events of the Holocaust, many people believed that the Jews deserved a safe home to stay. Because of the Jewish background that says that God promised Abraham's descendants the land of Israel. By 1947, Palestine was full of Jews that were trying to escape the persecution known as the Zionist Movement. The Jews liked the idea of having a Jewish homeland. However the local Palestinian population of Muslim Arabs felt that the constant immigration was threatening

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