The Arab-Israeli Conflict
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...Arab-Israeli Conflict The Middle East region has indeed faced more rivalry and conflict as compared to any other region in the world.TheArab-Israeli conflict of 1948 was actually the first instance of a bloody battle in the region triggered by the announcement of Israel’s independence in the same year (Schulze 13).The 1948 war between Arab and Israel was triggered by many international and intraregional factors combining to form a complex situation and a catalyst for war (Hurewitz 73). The Arab-Israeli war is one of the most profound and complex conflicts of the 20th century than any other war in the region. Arguably, the origin of this war can be traced back in the nineteenth century when... The...
The Arab-Israeli Conflict
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...Arab-Israeli Conflict This essay aims to specify the background and history of the evolution of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The major events that played a fueling role in arise and growth of this conflict will be discussed briefly. All the wars and the involved causes and consequences will also be narrated side by side to highlight the main issues since the establishment of the state of Israel. According to the Sowers of Hope Factsheet 2005, around more than a century ago, a small group of American and European Jews known to be Zionists took a decision to establish an independent Jewish state. The main reason that triggered them to take this step was their hope to escapediscrimination... and...
Arab-Israeli Conflict
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...Arab and Israel conflict The Arab-Israeli conflict, which roughly spans one century of political tensions and open hostilities between the two nations in the Middle East, has acquired international importance and it continues to acquire immense significance among the contemporary issues of international affairs. Significantly, the Arab nations initiated four important wars against Israel which include the War of Independence in 1948, the Sinai War of 1956, the Six Day War in 1967, and the Yom Kippur War of 1973. It is essential to recognise that the conflict between these...
The Arab-Israeli conflict
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...Arab-Israeli conflict Introduction While studying the Arab-Israeli conflict, the Man Palestine is the best case study for analysis. 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. This is a treaty recognised by the international law and still in use up to date. In 1920, this treaty came into the limelight, in 1940, League of Nations approved it and in 1923, fully implemented. This mandate majorly aimed at shielding the indigenous population, the Palestinians from right infringement. This treaty became acceptable internationally due... to...
Arab-Israeli Conflict College Essay
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...Arab and Israel Conflict Chapter 3: Role of international actors As the Arab-Israeli conflict has been at the centre of regional and international attention for the last eight decades or more, it is essential to realize the significant role of international actors. The international actors have made several attempts at resolution in the conflict, both military and diplomatic. The ongoing dispute between Israelis and Palestinians on various essential issues such as borders, security, reciprocal recognition, land rights, water rights, control of Jerusalem, and legalities...
Arab-Israeli Conflict: Basic Facts
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...Arab-Israeli Conflict Facts Nationhood The land of Israel is claimed by two communities. Both claim rightful ownership. The same land is claimed to be Israel and at the same time Palestine. History indicates that Israel became a nation 2000 years before Islam was formed. The Jewish settled in the land more than 3000 years ago, established a kingdom with a capital known as Jerusalem. Events of old times led to the current conflict between the two groups. The Jews were driven out of their land by the Romans in the first century CE. After the Jews were driven out, Israel was ruled by Christian and Muslim crusaders, British Empire, Rome and Ottoman Empire. During the seventh century, a new... number:...
Arab-Israeli Conflict Essay
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...conflict. Narratives sanction certain kinds of action and not others.5 In any conflict, each side believes in the righteousness of its own side (the narrative) and consequently will perceive its actions to be just, no matter how vicious or destructive. In the Palestinian-Jewish confrontation, on the one hand the Israeli Jews perceive their actions against the Palestinians and other Arabs as self-defence against an enemy that seeks their extermination. In fact... Introduction The Palestinian-Israeli conflict is one of the more pervasive and protracted of our times. It is hardly, however, one of irreconcilabledifferences since a critical review of the six-decade history of this conflict indicates that...
The origins of the Arab-Israeli conflict?
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...Arab-Israeli conflict being one of the key geo-political dilemmas for the last century, presents an on-going challenge to international politics by testing the universality and applicability of international laws (Shackelford 2012). The essay establishes the basis and as well discusses the Arab-Israeli conflict and investigates basics involved in the Arab-Israeli conflict. At the core, the conflict is based on disagreement over the land of Palestine which characterised by irresolvable strive between competing nationalisms. Even though, the issue is complicated by religious and political diversity the dispute between the Arab-Israeli conflicts primarily involves competing claims to land... ....
Arab-Israeli Conflict High School Essay
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...Arab-Israeli conflict has persisted for six decades. Ever since the declaration of the of Israel in 1948 and the resultant displacement ofcountless Palestinians from their ancestral homes and land, Arabs and Israelis have repeatedly denounced one another as enemies. The wars of 1948, 1956, 1967 and 1973 have only served to create national historical legacies in which the other side, be it Arab or Israeli, prominently features as the primary enemy and threat to survival. Israel's actions in Lebanon, its persistent refusal to withdraw from Occupied Territories, including...
The Seeds of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
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...Arab-Israeli conflict.’ Assess this statement. The reckless readiness of the leaders and their followers to prepare the country for self rule have embarked on propagating of violence and conflicts merely based on revenge. Territory conflicts from attempts to change existing territorial demographics ratios in their own favor, between the two nations. For instance, they all claim rightful ownership of the physical borders where it is marked by rivers. True fact being water is a major crisis in the two nations. Instead of leaders negotiating the way forward, in sharing... Rather than preparing the country for self-rule, the Palestine Man and the policies of the mandatory ities sowed the seeds of the...
What are the roots of the Arab-Israeli Conflict?
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...ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT: A BRIEF OVERVIEW Introduction The middle-east crisis is thousands of years old conflict from where three oldest and major religions of Christianity, Islam and Zionism originated. The land with an area of about 10,000 square miles east of Mediterranean Sea has been the most crucial factor affecting foreign policies of all major countries of the world. The ownership, demography and area have greatly fluctuated during this long history. Present Israel extends from Jordan river to the Mediterranean, with Egypt in the south, Lebanon in the north and Jordan in the east. The identified borders are about 78%...
Leaders and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: a Comparative Study
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...Arab and Israeli Leaders: A Comparative Study The Palestinian-Israeli conflict is one of the oldest and most complicated conflicts in the world. This conflict is so complicated that it is usually referred to as an Arab-Israeli conflict rather than just a conflict between two countries. Historically, this conflict started with the Sykes-Picot agreement and Balfour Declaration in 1917 and it witnessed a breakthrough in the Arab-Israeli relations when Egyptian President Anwar Sadat made an unprecedented, historic visit to Israel in November 1977 and addressed the Israeli people with words of reconciliation and peace. His visit marked the first time an Arab leader made significant overtures... to...
Arab-Israeli Conflict and its impacts on International relations
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...Arab-Israeli Conflict and its impacts on International relations 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. Although, this conflict has historical origins, dating back to early 19th century, the major flare-ups happened after 1945, with what starting as an ethnic conflict between Palestinian Jews and Arabs, turning into conflict between states. This ethnic conflict evolved into a conflict between Israel and Arab League countries, only after the creation of Israel as a country in 1948. When the UN resolution in 1947 favored... ...
Did Lebanon fall apart in the 1970s and 1980s because of the Arab-Israeli conflict?
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...Arab-Israeli conflict had a huge impact on Lebanon during the 1970s and 1980s and this is because the countries, which were in conflict, borderedLebanon on all sides except the Mediterranean Sea. It is a normal thing for countries, which border those, that are involved in conflict to experience some form of repercussions from the civil and external conflicts of their neighbours and in this case, Lebanon was not an exception. Lebanon was so much influenced by the conflicts of its neighbours that it not only had economic consequences, as would normally be the case, but also...
American and Soviet Policies towards Arab-Israeli Conflict and the Cold War
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...Arab-Israeli Conflict and the Cold War Introduction The Second World War ended in the European theater on May 8, 1945. And the Cold War began on that day. The cold war had many dimensions; one was ideological, another was political, a third one was economic, and to all these we may also add the rivalry between America and Russia as to who would ‘rule’ the world. With an uncanny political insight Alexis de Tocqueville had predicted as early as 1835 that “There are now two great nations in the world, which starting from different points, seem to be advancing toward the same goal: the Russians and the Anglo-Americans. . . Each seems called by some secret... Order 158066 American and Soviet Policies towards...
The Arab-Israeli Conflict and its Correlation to Cold War Tensions
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...Arab-Israeli Conflict and its Correlation to Cold War Tensions Introduction The history of torture and insult that Jewish populations around theworld have been facing till now has become a leading example of how the dominating powers of the world can ruin the existence of a tribe or race. While World War II did everything to ruin the ethics, confidence and the geographical distribution of the Jewish populations, what transpired after the Belfaur Declaration provided further fuel to international tension. How did it all happen? This article attempts to start right from the beginning and then assess the implications of the decision made by...
The history of Arab-Israeli conflict Was the Oslo peace agreement failure Why
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...Arab-Israeli conflict Was the Oslo peace agreement failure Why Much has been said and discussed in relation to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Much has also been written as for the Oslo Accord and their role in the resolution of the conflict. The aim of this work is to reflect upon the consequences and the reasons of failure of the Oslo agreement process. The main conclusion is that Oslo peaceful agreement has really become total failure, but its flaws should be taken as lessons to be accounted in the future peace processes. Introduction In order to understand the implications, which the Oslo process brought in it, it is necessary to give a short background for the conflict between... The history of...
Levels of AnalysisCh. 3 & Arab-Israeli Conflict book & homework. My assigned Country for this research is NIGERIA"
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...Arab-Israeli Conflict: Issue and Country Summary (Nigeria) First of the 5 events that the researcher thinks is important in understanding the nature of the Arab-Israeli Conflict is the Collapse of the Ottoman Empire. Palestine, which was formerly a part of the predominantly Islamic Ottoman Empire, was given to Britain as a mandate by the League of Nations (Schulze 5). This event gave the opportunity for Jews to settle in this predominantly Islamic territory, despite opposition from the Palestinians who have already occupied the land since the time of the Crusades. Another important event is the publishing of the works of Leo Pinsker (Auto-emancipation) and Theodor Herzl (Der Judenstaat... )....
Assess the role of the United States in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Has it been a blessing? A curse? A mixed-bag? What, if anything, should change?
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...Arab-Israeli conflict that President Clinton. This is more evidence of the sometimes fickle nature of the American government actions in the region. What this conflict needs is sustained attention; it has not received this. Clinton, who promised Arafat that no one would be blamed if the talks failed, did, in fact, blame Arafat after the failure... U.S. IN THE MIDEAST The United s’ involvement in the Mideast conflict has been a mixed bag. There have certainly been great benefits to some parties to the conflict, for example, Israel, Egypt, and Jordan, but in some ways its involvement has extended the crisis perhaps unnecessarily. The major players are too dependent on the U.S., which is sometimes quite...
The Arab-Israeli Conflict and its Correlation to Cold War Tensions
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...Arab-Israel conflict and its similarities to Second World War Germanys expulsion The Arab-Israel conflicts reflects the outcomes of the Second World War and Cold War tensions Introduction The desire of Nazi Germany to occupy Eastern Europe led to annexation of Austria and Czechoslavakia and Britain and France took a deterrence policy warning that they could attack Germany if it invaded Poland (Beevor, 2012). The Second World War started after Germany invaded Poland on 1st September 1939, and France and Britain declared war on Germany. The defeat of Nazi Germany, ethnic Germans were expelled from the Eastern Europe...
Arab and israeli conflict
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...Arab and Israeli Conflict The Arab- Israeli conflict can be traced towards the endof the 19th century, during the rise of the Arab nationalism and Zionism (Podeh, 24). There is quite a lot of literature about how the Palestinians have suffered in the hands of the Israelis. This does not mean that Israelis have not suffered. Both sides have suffered though this observation is debatable depending on what point of argument chosen. It is imperative to note that the Arabs had an established presence long before the Jews arrived. The small Arab population, however, did not present a potential conflict with the Israeli at the time. Evidently, this changed leading to a series of conflicts... that...
Arab and Israeli conflict
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...Arab and Israeli conflict ‘Rather than preparing the country for self-rule, the man agreement sowed the seeds of the Arab-Israeli conflict.’ Introduction The history between Palestine and Israel started several hundred years ago as soon as the French and Britain under the agreement of Sykes-Picot agreed to divide up the Arab land into their influence zones (Mahler 50). This subdivision ensured that Britain became in charge of Palestine and Israel. Since the Jews had previously occupied that land, it was rather obvious that the Britons would establish that land as Jewish land. They subdivided the portion of that land and gave part of it to the Arab nations and the remaining bit to the Jews... ....
Israeli and Arab conflict
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...Arab-Israeli Conflict The Arab-Israeli Conflict is a major issue that is common and known all over the international media. It involves a series of wars and other intermittent violent attacks that are meted out against people in the present state of Israel and the Palestinian people and the Arab League. This paper will examine the history of the conflict and other important dynamics of the war. Background: History of Israel, Jews, Arabs & Palestine The history of the Arab-Israeli conflict of modern times seem to be traceable to different periods in history. It starts with the Biblical story of Abraham who moved from the land of Ur in present-day Iraq/Iran to the land... Your Lecturer's & 22 April The...
Arab Israeli Relations and the Middle East Conflict
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...Arab Israeli Relations and the Middle East Conflict Arab Israeli Relations and the Middle East Conflict The Middle East war is a war that has been fought for a long time between the Palestinian, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Lebanon and Iraq and the Jews. The war dates back to the beginning of 20th century when the conflict began between the Israel Jews and the Palestine Arabs (Smith, 2006). What is notable is that the two groups that have been engaged in this war come from different religions. The Palestinians are composed of the Christians,...
The Strategic Causes of Conflict - What caused the 1973 Arab-Israeli War?
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...Conflict and the Airlift that Saved Israel. (New York, St. Martin’s Press, 2002), pp.87-90 Gawrych, George W. The Albatross of Decisive Victory: War and Policy Between Egypt and Israel in the 1967 and 1973 Arab - Israeli Wars. (Westport, CT, Greenwood Press, 2000) El-Badri, Hazzan, Taha El-Magdoub, and Mohammed Dia El-Din Zhody. The Ramadan War: The Egyptian View. (Dunn Loring, VA: Dupuy Institute, 1978). Michael B. Oren’s, Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), p. 304... ? Strategic Causes of Israeli-Arab War, 1973 & year Historical documents conclude that The Yom Kippur, or Ramadan war...
Arab and Israel Conflict
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...Arab and Israeli Conflict The politics of the Middle East operates in a dynamic arena of old and long-standing issues which continue to influence thepeace and stability in the area. The peace negotiations of the conflict were affected by protracted hostilities, religious passions, invasions, occupations, and violence from both the sides. It is essential to begin the study of the Arab-Israeli conflict with a general survey of the history of Jewish and Arab people, because various aspects of these communities have affected the peace process in the region. "Present-day issues must be approached with recognition that neither the Arab-Israeli dispute in general nor the Israeli-Palestine conflict... ...
Arab and Israel Conflict
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...Arab and Israel Conflict Introduction A reflective exploration of the Arab-Israeli conflict requires a detailed investigation into the significant role of international actors in the conflict resolution, because this conflict has been at the centre of regional and international attention for the last eight decades or more. There have been several attempts at resolution in the conflict, both military and diplomatic, by the international community ever since the beginning of the conflict. The international community has taken a rather pertinent interest in providing conflict resolution on various key issues of the ongoing dispute between Israelis and Palestinians, including borders, security... ...
The conflict between the Arabs and Jews
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...Arab and Israel Conflict One of the most important conflicts in the modern history which spans almost one century of political tensions and hostilities has been the Arab-Israeli conflict which continues to attract international concerns. Long before the establishment of Israel as a sovereign state in 1948, the conflict between the two sides started and it continues to challenge the peace keeping process of the region. It is important to realize that the conflict between the Arabs and Jews belonging to two nations in the region has...
Arab and Israel Conflict Essay
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...Arab and Israel Conflict: Chapter Introduction The Arab-Israeli conflict, which refers to the ongoing political tensions and hostilities betweentwo sides in the Middle East, has been a conflict over a land of two peoples and it is essential to realise the history of these people in order to comprehend the various aspects of the conflict. Before the independence of the land, it was known as Filastin to its Arab inhabitants and Palestine to its British rulers. The different names given to the land by the Arabs and Jews also illustrate their absolutely different views of its past, present, and future. "To the Arabs, Palestine was an Arab land whose soil they had cultivated for generations... ; as...
Arab/Israeli peace process
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...Arab/Israeli peace process elusive? The Arab/Israeli conflict can be traced back to 1947 when the United Nations divided Palestine into two communities that include the Palestinian Arabs and the Jews. However, the Jews were mostly immigrants fleeing persecution to settle where they regarded as their historical homeland. On the other hand, the Palestinians regarded themselves as the indigenous residents. This division has led to numerous conflicts between the two communities each claiming right to the land where they reside. The Jewish State of Israel was created in 1948, and the neighbouring Arab states were discontent with the creation of Israel as an autonomous State. This later... Why is the...
Arab and Israel Conflict
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...Arab and Israel Conflict: Chapter (2) Introduction The Arab–Israeli conflict refers to the political tensions and open hostilities between the two nations in the Middle East which spans roughly to one century and it has been recognised as one of the longest conflicts in modern history. A reflective exploration of the Arab–Israeli conflict suggests that the Arab nations initiated four important wars against Israel which include the War of Independence in 1948, the Sinai War of 1956, the Six Day War in 1967, and the Yom...
Arab-Israeli war
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...Arab-Israeli Conflict There are various stakeholders involved in the conflict of Arabs and the Jews, some state that the British is responsible for this conflict, while address the causes of these conflicts as religious as well as cultural differences. The conflict is land based issue where the Arabs are of the idea that the land is their belonging and the Jewish community recognizes it as Israel and believes that it is their land. During the period of 135 AD, Jews were pushed out of their land located in the region of Palestine (Rea 4). When they left their homeland, they dispersed to different European areas while carrying their identity with themselves. They ended up being quite... Causes of...
Arab and Israel Conflict College Essay
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...Arab and Israel Conflict: Chapter (2) Introduction The Arab-Israeli conflict refers to the political tensions and open hostilities between the two nations in the Middle East which spans roughly to one century and it has been recognised as one of the longest conflicts in modern history. A reflective exploration of the Arab-Israeli conflict suggests that the Arab nations initiated four important wars against Israel which include the War of Independence in 1948, the Sinai War of 1956, the Six Day War in 1967, and the Yom...
Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
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...Israeli PM Ariel Sharon did take unilateral measures such as the disengagement from the Gaza Strip in 2005, but he demanded an end to Palestinian terrorism before he would engage in negotiations with Arafat's successor Abbas concerning final status issues." (The Arab-Israeli Conflict) However, the peace process for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is still going on and the international community is expecting... Political Sciences The Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the ongoing dispute between the Israelis and the Palestinians, has been comprehended as a prototype of a conflict in the phase of peace consolidation and several pertinent issues lie beneath the ultimate peace process. Considering the various...
Israeli- Palestinian Conflict
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...Arab-Israel conflict, its worst sufferers are the common peoples of Israel and the Middle Eastern countries and its prime beneficiaries appear to be the people in power of these countries and the war businessmen. The main victims of this multi-trillion dollars business are the commons Israelis and the Arabs. Therefore to prolong the animosity between these peoples appears to benefit the arm dealers of the developed countries and the oil companies in the long run. The internecine problems and conflicts, together with their baleful consequences with respect to the Arab-Israeli conflict as a whole, including Arab terrorism, would... ?Arab-Israel Conflict: American Investment in People-People Programs and...
The Causes Of The Palestinian Israeli Conflict.
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...Arabs out of their land and homes, Zionist political rhetoric in streets and exclusive policies regarding Jewish owned land brought to the surface other intentions. On the other hand, Palestinian Arabs requested for the establishment of democratically elected council and eventually establishment of an Arab state that emulated the successful countries across the borders (Kapitan 497). Expulsion of 750,000 Palestinians during the 1947-1949 war is a basis for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since the refugees never got the chance to return. Some Israelis argue that Palestinians should get help from Arab states instead of getting it from Israel... Lecturer: What are the causes of the Palestinian Israeli...
Role of US in the Arab-Israel Conflict
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...Arab – Israel conflict. The US foreign policy towards this issue is questions by many because of the soft corner it keeps towards Israel. Though US tried immensely to convince the world that it has taken a neutral policy on this issue, nobody takes this claim seriously. US foreign policy towards Arab – Israel conflict “There are several lenses through which one can interpret US policies aimed at the Arab-Israeli conflict like, contrasting national interests, special relationship politics with Israel, bureaucratic politics and individual beliefs.” (Shannon, p. 3) Because of these multi dimensional aspects of the conflict the reaching of a compromise is extremely... Role of US in the Arab-Israel...
Arab-Israeli Peace Process
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...Arab nations had committed troops to the conflict in Lebanon. Nevertheless, the regional influence of Hezbollahs backers, Syria and Iran, increased. Non-Arab but anti-Israeli Iran also benefited from the instability in neighboring Iraq. In March 2007, Hamas and the more moderate Fatah faction briefly formed a new coalition Palestinian Arab government. It collapsed when civil war between Hamas and Fatah broke out in the Gaza Strip. Hamas seized control of the Gaza Strip; Fatah retained dominance in the West Bank. The turmoil fueled new but unsuccessful efforts to reach a diplomatic solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Many considered this conflict to be the primary... Arab-Israeli Peace Process ...
What Caused the 1973 Arab-Israeli War?
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...Arab-Israeli conflict of the 1973 Introduction The Israeli-Arab war of 1973 is considered as one of the most recent fully-fledged war after the Second World War pitying more than one country. In this war, the Arabs acted as the antagonist after they organized a surprise attack against Israel resulting into an international conflict that was ended through the intervention of other superpowers (Bard, 2012). The war also christened the Yom Kippur war as it was started on the eve of the day of prayers and fasting. (Yom Kippur). Yom Kippur is a holy day according to the Jewish religion when special prayers are conducted in the presence of fasting. Israel, with Golda Meir as the prime... ? Causes of the...
Israeli-Palestine Conflict
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...Israeli-Palestine Conflict Affiliation: Introduction The Israeli-Palestine conflict is part of the wider Arab-Israeli conflict and it started in the middle of the 20th Century. The main cause of the conflict between Israel and Palestine is a strip of land known as Gaza which both countries insist is part of their land. The Jews living in Israel were given that piece of land by the British and other nations after the holocaust as they wanted their own nation. The land they were given belonged to the Palestinians and it was an Arab...
The Israeli/Palestinian conflict
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...Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Introduction Jerusalem holds immense religious importance among Jews, Christians, and Muslims. For Jews, Jerusalem is the capital of David and Solomon’s kingdom. For Christians, it is the location of the Passion and the Crucifixion. And for Muslims, it is the place from where Muhammad ascended to heaven during the historical journey known as Meraj. Due to its religious significance, the city has been a disputed region for decades and the struggle for control continues in the form of Israeli Palestinian conflict (Gelvin, 2007). Although the conflict has its historical roots in...
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...Arab/Israeli conflict affiliation Arab/Israeli conflict The Arab/Israeli conflict has been present for the longest time in the global political history. The depth of this conflict goes beyond diplomatic disagreements. The conflict is based on mostly religious and social views the two parties hold deeply and firmly. Many nations and international bodies have tried to come up with solutions to end this conflict but this has not changed its scope. According to Gelvin (2005) only the two involved countries are capable of changing the scope of the conflict: a fact neither of the two parties are willing to do. However, recent years have shown the will of the two nations to come a peace agreement... ...
Arab and Israel Conflict
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...Arab – Israeli conflict. Issues of Conflict The modern state of Israel, established in 1948, developed as a powerful nation in the short span of time as there was high rate of growth in industries and agriculture. The country has been populated with more than six million inhabitants, mostly Jewish people, from different countries. Also, the land has about three million Palestinian Arabs living in the areas of West Bank, Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem, also referred as ‘Occupied Territories’ by the Israelis. Though the Palestinian Authority deals with local affairs of the region of the ‘Occupied Territories’, the Israeli army controls... Arab – Israel Conflict What were the reasons of such long lasting...
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Essay
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...conflict must comply with the human needs of the Palestinians inside the occupied territories. The second intifada took recognition one step further insofar as it effectively led to Israeli, not to mention international, political recognition of the PA as the sole representative of the Palestinian people. Root Causes: A Review of the Literature There are several views on the root causes of the outbreak of either of the Palestinian intifadas. The first views both of the Palestinians uprising as another repercussion of the more general Arab-Israeli conflict. Stemming from the inter-state level of analysis to conflict dynamics, this view concentrates on regional, territorial... Table of Contents Table of ...
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...Arab-Israeli conflict. What are some of the current obstacles to its solution? The roots of the Arab-Israeli conflict go beyond the formation of the Israeli State in 1948. Jerusalem is the third holiest pilgrimage shrine for all Muslims. This had caused a fundamental belief among the Muslims that Palestine should remain under Islamic rule. The self-awareness of the people of Palestine with regard to their land as a nation can be traced back to 1701, and stemmed from their defensive reaction to European Christian interests that were competing with them for influence over Jerusalem. The growth of Christian European colonialism and Zionism was matched by the advancement... History Discuss the roots of the...
Israel and The Middle East
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...Arabs and Israelis: Served to influence relationships with western states 9 Arab-Israel Conflict 10 Breakdown of Relations between the Arabs and the Israelis 11 Western Attempt to Resolve Arab-Israeli Conflicts 12 Strategy to Build up Relationship between Arab and Israelis 13 Recognition of Palestinian 14 Palestinian and Israeli in Contrast to Recognition 15 Arab-Israeli war and Raising Conflicts 16 Utilization of UN to resolve 17 Arguments 18 Methodology 18... Israel and the Middle East Table of Contents Introduction 3 Background 3 Objective of the Study 5 ment of the Research problem 6 Hypothesis 7 Literature Review 8 Reason of Complexity for the Recognition of Palestinian State 8 Relationship of the Ar...
Kants theory of perpetual peace and Arab-Israeli politics
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...Arab "moderate" politician clarifies briefly why the possibilities of having peace in the Middle East are so pathetic. The elephant in the room can no longer be ignored. This isn't only rhetoric! Instead of getting bogged down into tricacies, Kant clearly wrote some principles and processes and established some solid ideas such as producing a "world federation", etc. In brief, Kant proposed, "republican constitutions, a commercial spirit of international trade, and a federation of interdependent republics would provide the basis of perpetual peace"3. Alternatively, is any of this holds true in sense of Arab-Israeli conflict(s) Only a democratic leadership, actually on behalf of its... Introduction The...
The Palestinian & Israeli conflict
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...Arab countries entered into this conflict. This dispute between Israel and Palestine, apparently of political nature, has now turned out to be religious and ideological. It has not just remained a bone of contention between Israel and Palestine, but also between the Jews and the Arabs. Portugali asserts that "the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is thus not only political, but also very... INTRODUCTION The Israel Palestine conflict is one of the most complex issues of 20th century. It is concerned with human lives, their culture and moreover with their social status. This issue should not be taken as the one related only to the demarcation of boundaries, rather the restoration of peace and security. The...
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...Arab-Israeli conflict.’ Assess this statement. The Palestine Mandate was formulated in 1922 by the League of Nations. It granted Britain and France, the mandatory authorities, a legal commission to administer parts of the former Ottoman Empire from 1923 - 1948. The French mandate comprised of Syria, while the British mandate included the areas which now comprise Israel, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and Jordan. With UN consent, Britain divided this area into two administrative areas: Palestine under direct British rule and the autonomous Emirate of Transjordan under... ‘Rather than preparing the country for self-rule, the Palestine Man and the policies of the mandatory ities sowed the seeds of the...
War as a Strategic Tool of Policy - To what extent did the outcome of the 1973 Arab-Israeli war serve the political objectives o
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...Arab-Israeli conflict, which would change the conflict to a small territorial one and remove it from its ideological context; and provide Egypt with a well-established interest in stability through adjustments of territories and economic assistance, so as to guarantee its adequate removal from the Arab front against Israel... ? WAR AS A STRATEGIC TOOL OF POLICY Military Sciences October 28, Introduction The political purposes of war vary; however they should all be clearly expresses, focussed and definite. According to Vego, they can vary from “preserving or restoring national territorial integrity and political sovereignty to preserving one’s own or breaking up the opposing alliance/coalition, or...
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