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History identifies land ownership and religion as the main problems in the conflict. The two societies believe that the subject land is their ancestral land and that they have a right over its ownership. Religious differences could also play a secondary role in facilitating the conflict through undermining resolution initiatives (Whitbeck 1; Khalidi 4-5).
The conflict has been a serious one and its gravity can be identified from its effects and failure to find a solution over the long time of the conflict’s existence. Even efforts by international institutions such as the United Nations has failed to resolve the problem and this means that involved parties have intensive interest that they are not willing to compromise (Whitbeck 1). The conflict has manifested in diversified scopes that include large number of Arab refugees (Childers 1) and the level of oppression that Palestine citizens experience under Israeli forces (Carter 1).
The scope of the problem that establishes land ownership in the conflict indicates the cause of the conflict. The urge to posses land for a Jewish nation led to immigration into the location that was occupied by the Palestine. The Zionist movement then led to violence that forced Palestine from their homes. Even though different explanations are offered for the Palestine emigration, all the versions point to the violent move by the Zionists. Some Palestine moved out of their homes because of the Zionist violence while others moved because of a directive from their Arab leaders who presumably planned a war in the region. In either case, the relocation of the Palestine from their land and the perception among Israelis that the remaining Palestine citizens should leave the area remains the cause of the continuous conflict. Related to interest in the land and the relocation of Palestine citizens is the United Nation’s recommendation of land allocation between the Zionists and the Palestine.
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