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However, when the United Nations was founded in 24 October 1945, the territory has been being administered by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island under a mandate from the League of Nations in 1922 (United Nations 1). The League of Nations was the predecessor of the United Nations. The area of Palestine under the British was 27,000 square kilometers (“The geography of Palestine”).
In the early 20th century, Israel did not exist. Mass immigrations initiated by the Basle Conference in 1897 and Zionist invasions led to the creation of Israel. The United Nations immediately after World War 2, on Jewish lobby, was concerned for the creation of a Jewish home in Palestine (United Nations 1). However, the position of the Arab nations at that time was for the separation of the issue of an Israel state and the issue of refugees from Israel. With the creation of a Jewish state immediately after World War II, however, Arabs lobbied for the establishment of an independent Palestine west of the Jordan River (United Nations 5). Unfortunately, there was no consensus on this in the United Nations although a United Nations committee recommended that Palestine be subdivided in three units: an Arab and Jewish states as well as a special status for Jerusalem---all three units under the United Nations (5). In 1947, United Nation Resolution 188(II) divided Palestine into 8 parts: three of the eight parts were allotted to Arab countries, three parts were allotted to a future Jewish state, one part (Town of Jaffa) was to form an Arab enclave within the Jewish territory, and the eighth part or Jerusalem was to be administered by the United Nations (United Nations 3). Zionists (through the Jewish Agency that lobbied for the creation of a Jewish state) accepted the resolution but the plan was rejected by Palestinian Arabs and the Arab states on the ground that the resolution violated the provisions of the
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On the other side, some other militant groups do not undergo transformation but gets affiliated to international terrorist organizations and religious fundamentalist groups. Thesis statement: Among PLO, Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, and Hezbollah, some militant groups are under the control of international terrorism and pose serious threat to homeland security in the United States.
Islamic people tend to take offence at any behavior or action that insults the Koran, Prophet Mohammed and its principles. The opponents to the insulting actions of Muslims tend to be innocent Christians and their associates. This research will discuss the ideologies that are present within the terrorist groups 'Al Qaeda' and 'Hamas'.
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to the finish of this cease-fire in December 2008, whilst slowly closing Gaza’s borders, Israel signified that they may lengthen the agreement if Hamas stopped all the Qassam rocket attacks. These rockets are basic but danger home-produced missiles which are frequently fired
As a result of this, the area has remained volatile, calling for the mediation of the surrounding nations and the International community. This group that is based in Gaza gained popularity over time as it was providing potent
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The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) was formed in Jerusalem in 1964.1 It was established due to several reasons, such as the expansion of covert, autonomous Palestinian
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