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  • Israel And The Palestinians

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    Israel and the Palestinians Israel is situated at the connection of Africa and Asia. It is 20,000 square kilometres and unlike its neighbour Arab states it lacks natural resources. Lebanon and Syria border it in the north, Jordan in the east and Egypt to the south. Israel has also been holding Golan Heights, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank of the River Jordan since 1967. It has an extremely varied geography and climate. Most of the coastline lies on the Mediterranean Sea. In the south are the

  • The Second Palestinian Intifada

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    September, of the year 2000, the second Palestinian Intifada took place. The main reason that sparked this Intifada was the provocative visit of Ariel Sharon, the current Israeli Prime Minister, to the Haram Al Sharif. Even though the visit was what set the ground on fire, these feeling of hatred and desire to rebel had been stirring inside the Palestinians ever since the declaration of the Israeli State, on the Palestinian land, back in 1948. This Palestinian frustration is due to their lack of trust

  • 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

  • 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

  • The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict in the Middle East

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    The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict in the Middle East The Arab world is not in a compromising mood… Nations never concede; they fight. You won’t get anything by peaceful means or compromise. You can, perhaps get something, but only by the force of your arms…But it’s too late to talk of peaceful solutions” (Bard 1). The Arab League Secretary Azzam Pasha said this statement on September 16, 1947, eight months before the state of Israel was established. The Arabs held this mentality in a time when

  • The Plight of the Palestinians

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    is the plight of the Palestinians. Far from being confined to just an Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Palestinian refugees have made it an issue that impacts the surrounding countries of Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan. Furthermore, the feeling of Arab and Islamic brotherhood has transformed the Palestinian issue into a region-wide problem which impacts U.S. policy and actions throughout the Middle East. Since the 1948 conflict with the newly formed state of Israel, the Palestinians have been a displaced

  • Causes Of The Palestinian Crisis

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    The Palestinian crisis in 1948 is still affecting multiple countries, mainly Syria and Jordan. The Syrian civil war has pushed millions of citizens to not just bordering countries, but in some cases even up to Europe. The Iraqi-American war has forced thousands and thousands of citizens to other nations. We need to find a solution to the overpopulation problems, health concerns that are caused by overpopulation and general sanitation, as well as political and economic stability. Palestinian Crisis

  • A Poet Protesting the Persecution of the Palestinian People

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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

  • The Palestinian Authority

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    Introduction The Palestinian Authority has been working towards becoming a State as recognized by the United Nations. This would provide them with legitimacy internationally; additionally, when looking at the Israeli-Palestinian conflict the ability to be a State would provide the Palestinian Authority more negotiating power with Israel especially in regards to territory. As the United Nations considers allowing Palestine to be a State they have considered the stability of the nation. The recent

  • Palestinian Christians: The Unknown Victims

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    Palestinian Christians: The Unknown Victims Johnny Yousef George Thaljieh has become known as the "Martyr of the Nativity Church." He was not a suicide bomber or even a stone thrower, just a 17-year-old kid who belonged to the small Palestinian Christian minority that is often forgotten in what is seen as a war between Muslims and Jews. There was a shooting that day in late October 2001, as there often is between Beit Jala and the Jerusalem suburb of Gilo, but none near the Nativity Church. As