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On the other hand, the Hebrews referred to Palestinian territory as the land of Israel. Thus, it made the decision of the Zionist be problematic in nature. In late 1930, the UN Partition plan and Peel Partition Plan redefined the territorial location of the Jews and proposed the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. The Zionist took over the best Coastal and Valley areas alienating the indigenous Arab people. In this case, Jesrusalem, Judea and Samaria were bound together to become the West Bank. The Arab people rejected the UN Partition plan in 1947 and considered Zionist as a threat to their people. This is because the plan gave authority to Palestine to take over 75 percent of the Arab state making the Arabs to become refugees in the neighboring state Israel. This created a refugee problem in Israel over three decades, but a new political equation was formed in the 1967 and the late 1980’s war (Hunnicutt 2011). Palestinians had refused to respond to any official or diplomatic relation with Israel. This led to more Jewish settlements in Israel leading to the conflict between Palestinians and Israelites. This paper analyzes the main conflict between the two nations; Palestine and Israel.
During late 1940’s and 1960’s, conflicts made Palestinians to run away voluntarily while others were forced to evacuate. They were moved to bordering countries and thus turned out to be refugees. An estimated 4 million Palestinians are refugees, and most of these refuges live in camps in the Gaza Strip, Syria, West Bank and Lebanon. The refugees get assistance from the United Nations and other bodies and individual willing for help (Faruqi 2011).
Even though the Palestinians did not have an army in Palestine at this time, rockets were fired on a frequently from Gaza heading to Israel. In return, the Israelis who lived in the
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The Arab–Israeli conflict refers to the series of military conflicts that happened and other political frictions that still exist between certain Middle-East Asian and North African states and the state of Israel.
At a time when the Arab peoples affirm their quest for democracy – the Arab Spring – the time is now for the Palestinian Spring, the time for independence. Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas, 23 September 2011, before the United Nations The Israel Palestine conflict remains to be an unfolding narrative, the conclusion to which has yet to be determined.
It has been mostly observed in international politics that the U.S. mostly sets its objectives with the aim to protect its own national benefits in foreign policy. When it comes to evaluating its relationship with Israel, it is clearly understood that the U.S. doesn’t consider this approach.
The focus in this paper is on the Mandate for Palestine is a lawfully binding treaty that gives the Jews the authority to establish their settlements anywhere in western Palestine, extending from River Jordan to the Mediterranean Sea. In 1920, this treaty came into the limelight, in 1940, League of Nations approved it and in 1923, fully implemented.
The Camp David negotiations were more promising on possibilities of a two state solution to the conflict; it was considered as the first step towards the end of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, nevertheless it collapsed destroying the hopes of the desperate Palestinians who continue to live in disastrous situations in Gaza and the West Bank, while the Israelis continue to expand their settlements in the Palestinian occupied territories defying resolutions passed.
It has often been said that the conflict between Palestinians and Israelis is about land. The most probable solution to Palestinian-Israeli conflict is creation of one state. Anthropology gives a scientific basis for handling crucial dilemma in today’s world.
In the year of 1881, the conflict began between Jews and Arabs, the precursor of the Arab-Israeli conflict (Pressman, “A Brief History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict”).
At that period about 24000 Jews and 565000 Arabs lived in Palestine, where 90% of the
Palestine has, therefore, had a lopsided share of troubles. This essay seeks to compare and contrast the statistics presented in the website Ifamericansknew.com.
The website details that the Israelis clearly have an upper hand in the conflict. To