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Conflict between Israelis & Palestinians
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...Palestinians The present conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is a great problem that remains unresolved today. So many plans to resolve the conflict have been proposed, including those already recommended by the United Nations and the League of Arab Nations. Still, the problem persists, as it has a complexity due to many factors such as history, politics, ideology, geographical boundaries, race, and so forth. In this paper, an assumption is made that the ongoing conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is rooted in religion, or more particularly in a religious bias. Religion itself, of course need not be blamed as it is an impulse... ? The Religious Cause of Conflict Between Israelis and...
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Palestinians Refugees in 1947-48
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...Palestinians became refugees in 1947-48 because of many factors, all of which stem from a single event: The United Nations Partition Plan. The UnitedNations in 1948 recommended and voted upon a plan that would partition the area formerly known as the Mandate of Palestine into an Arab state, a Jewish state, and leave Jerusalem and Bethlehem as international areas (Benin & Hajjar). The partitions, however, placed Arab settlements in the areas of Jewish control, and Jewish settlements in areas of Arab control (Price, 2003). Despite heavy Arab opposition to the plan, it was approved and almost immediately fighting broke out between the two sides, both of whom were deeply...
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Essay: The Israelis and the Palestinians
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...Palestinians Causes of the friction between Israeli and Palestinians Friction between the Israelis and Palestinians can be traced back to when Israel gained independence in 1948. In 1967, the war between Israel and Arab states ended with Israel occupying the territories of Jordan, Syria, and Egypt. In 1982, Israel invaded another territory, Southern Lebanon to prevent terrorist invasion. However, in 1985 it withdrew from the territory but maintained a 9-mile security zone that Lebanon sought to reclaim (Dralonge 3). The Palestinian uprising (known as intifada) against Israel started on December 9th, 1987. The major reason for the uprising was Israel’s occupation of the West Bank... The Israelis and the...
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Essay: The Israelis and the Palestinians
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...Palestinians The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has its roots since a very long time but the main friction started towards the beginning of the 20th century when Palestine was under the rule of the British empire and the immigration of Jews was allowed into its territory. This led to fighting between the Arabs and the Jews and to resolve this issue Britain laid a ban on the migration of the Jews but following the mass killings of the Jews in Germany, the resettlement of Jews in the land of Palestine was again allowed. Following this, in 1947 the United Nations provided a plan for the division of Palestine for the Jews and Arabs equally. The Arabs rejected the idea and the Jews... The Israelis and the...
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Israel and the Palestinians (CASE) Module 4
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...Palestinians (CASE) Module 4 Affiliation: How should the U.S. approach its relations with Israel in light of developments in the Middle East? The USA has been involved in various conflicts with nations around the Middle East. Islam countries have been considered threats to the USA and this has led to the USA implementing laws to mitigate the threat of terror in its territories and those of her allies. From the Middle East, the USA has been able to acquire oil and natural gas that are important commodities in the running of industries and support of the transport sector. However, the USA has been involved in assaults that the Islam world has condemned and has since tried... 1053676_Israel and the...
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Israel and the Palestinians (SLP) Module 4
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...Palestinians (CASE) Module 4 Affiliation: What is the history (ancient and modern) of this land that explains the current dispute between the Palestinians and Israelis? The Israel-Palestine conflict is based on the acquisition of land that allegedly belongs to either nation. From the 1800s, Zionism had been part of the conflict as a small group of extreme Jews decided to colonize the current Israel-Palestine land. Other areas considered in this conquest were the Americas and Africa before finally deciding to settle in Palestine. The initial immigration did not have any specific effects to the people of Palestine and therefore, no conflicts were reported. However, as the Jews continued... Israel and the...
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Issue Of The Conflict Between Israel And The Palestinians
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...Palestinians For the current generation the seemingly endless conflict between Israel and the Palestinians has lost all historical perspective. As King Abdullah (1948) writes in his prophetic letter, the idea that the central issue in the conflict was and still is ethnic hatred of Jews by their Arab counterparts would be the usual response from most Americans if asked. Abdullah, however, presents some interesting and at times well founded exceptions to this idea that explain the conflict in a way that removes much of the onus of responsibility from the Palestinians and places it firmly on the Israeli, American and British governments. Of all his... arguments forwarded, the most significant...
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Analyse the role of the Israel lobby in the conflict between Israel and Palestinians
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...Palestinian Peace Process: Fact or Myth? By and Number Location Due INTR0DUCTION The Israel , generally seen as individuals or groups of varying political influence, have long been seen as having undue influence around the world in the conduct of peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians—particularly in the United States, Britain and several other Western Nations. Accusations are that through the Lobby negotiations are steered in favor of Israel at the expense of realities overlooked in the name of the Jewish right to statehood. Other arguments deny this charge, insisting that the Lobby’s influence is greatly overstated and to some degree anti-Semitic... ? The Israel ’s Influence on...
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The Impossible Peace: Why has it been so difficult to achieve peace between Israel and the Palestinians
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...Palestinians? IntroductionThe Palestinian conflict is a one of the most controversial topics in the international political arena; it has existed for over fifty years and in spite of attempts by the UN to resolve this conflict there has yet to reach an amicable conclusion. There are several reasons that make it hard for these countries to achieve peace, and there is no doubt the Jewish-Arab ethnic animosity is a part of the cause. The Arab countries’ leaders have been lobbying in the international community and believe that international pressure can easily delegitimize and weaken Israel; therefore... , if Palestine stands firm for a long period, they may easily be in a better position to...
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Obama Administration - Israelis and the Palestinians Recently, the Obama Administration has attempted to restart the peace proce
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...Palestinians The Obama administration has made attempts in the recent past to restart the peace process between Israelis and Palestinians. Over the years, it has been observed that both generally differ in their view for a peaceful decision of their ancient conflict and outlook about the US involvement. However, both would like President Barrack Obama to play a bigger role in resolving this stalemate (PEW Research). Israelis believe that a solution can be found for an independent Palestinian nation to coexist in peace and harmony with Israel (PEW Research). Conversely, Palestinians assert that this is impossible. They argue that the only way to attain... Module Obama Administration - Israelis and the...
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What the Arab States Can Do To Help Bring About Perpetual Peace between Israel and the Palestinians
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...Palestinian authority (PA) had signed various peace agreements. This was to enhance peace-making process and terminate the long lasting conflict but the Palestinians failed to respond positively and so no peace was created. The persistent objection of Palestinians to Israeli security conditions is a serious matter, as the Palestinian leadership believes to have a better future in a continued state of war. Sadly, continued... No: Table of Contents Problem Definition 2 Research questions 2 Methodology 3 Several peace agreements and interventions have been put in place to help solve the problem, for instance, between the period of 1993 and 2001, Israel, the Palestine liberation organization (PLO) and the...
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Evaluate the changes in Israeli policy towards the Palestinians and account for the recognition it finally gave the PLO in 1993
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...Palestinians and Israelis is deeply rooted. The current conflict can be d back a century when the Zionist movement was established. Even before the formation of the Israel state, immigrating Jews had a policy towards the native Palestinians. Israeli policy towards the Palestinians has changed over the years for a variety of reasons. War with bordering Arab countries, terrorism, the emergence of the PLO as a rallying point for Palestinians, and most importantly the views of the Israeli Prime Minister at different points in history are some of the more obvious reasons for the varying Israeli policy. The various wars and terrorism has made... War and Peace in the Middle East" The conflict between the...
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Reasons Why The Oslo Peace Process Of The 1990s Failed To Deliver The Promise Of A Lasting Peace Between Israel And The Palestinians
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...PALESTINIANS By Institution 7th, September, 2012 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Overview of the Israel-Palestinian Conflict 3 Reasons Why The Oslo Peace Process Of The 1990s Failed To Deliver The Promise Of A Just And Lasting Peace Between Israel And The Palestinians Introduction Some years ago, there was a sensation that the Israel –Palestine conflict would end. The expectation had been elicited by the signing of the Oslo Accord. However, the Oslo process collapsed unexpectedly resulting in extension of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The conflict between Israel... started conflicting which initiated the Israeli Palestinian conflict, which is at times...
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Question #1 deals with the competing claims of Zionists and Palestinians to the land of Palestine by 1947. Question #2 concerns the wars that Israel and the Arab states have fought since 1948 (Israeli independence)
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...Palestinians in particular make the claims that the in the period of post Islamic spread where the Last Prophet asked the people to spread out to the place in order to spread the message of Islam. The Solomon’s Temple marks an importance in the account of Muslims history where Prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H) ascended to the heaven. Based on this and other religious affiliations, the Muslim of Palestine claim their demand to the piece... The modern day Palestine and the Jerusalem that are a point of content and are claimed by both the sides on the account of historical claims and precedents. Israel makes its claims tracing back to the days of Abraham. There is unanimity over the name of Palestine which is belie...
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The road from West bank to gaza strop is heavily patrolled by Israeli forces that makes it unsafe for Palestinians to cross for basic necessities.Can Israel guarantee that this stretch of land will fall under the Sovereignty of the Palestinian government
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...Palestinians and the International community, have seriously deliberated upon the possibility of free commuting for the Palestinians on the road between West Bank and Gaza. Palestinians seek a considerable dilution of the Israeli patrol on the road between West Bank and Gaza because it will allow for a safe and secure movement of the Palestinians between the two constituents of the proposed Arab state. However, in the Israeli context, it is akin to asking for the moon, as the main premise for the heavy Israeli patrol on the given stretch of land is its concern and apprehensions about the possibility... of Palestinian infiltrators crossing into the Israeli territory (The...
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What will happen to the wall if peace is established between Israel & the Palestinians Will Israel tear it down, construct more gates, leave it as it is, or some other alternative
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... Introduction Many nations have experienced conflicts one another more so, their neighbours. Lack of a good relationship has led to conflict that sometimes perpetuate to war. There are many foundations of war between nations. The war that is witnessed between neighbouring nations is mostly confined on boundaries. A boundary is an important aspect that is exploited to define a nation. A boundary is a resourceful figure defines an extent to which a nation can continue to enjoy the resources that are found on the enclosed ground. Therefore, if there is an unclear boundary enclosing two countries, it will be had for the neighbouring nations to find a solution on how the resource would be shared... Introducti...
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Palestinian settlement
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...Palestinian Settlement The refugee problem of the Palestinians started out around the 1948 Israeli Independence War The Palestinian Refugees This war as well as the refugees’ flight known as Nakba in the Arabic language were the main formative events that have not only defined the national character of the Palestinians and Israel but have also led the circumstances to the present state of injustice toward the Palestinians. In the 46 years that have passed since 1967, up to 27,000 homes of the Palestinians have been demolished by the Israeli authorities on the West Bank with the security...
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Presentation
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...Palestinian Conflict The United Nations provided the Jewish people with land following World War II so that theworld might dwell together in peace (Matthews 7). This land i.e. Israel constitutes of holy locations for the Jewish religion while Muslim countries happen to be its border. At that time, Palestinian Muslims dwelt on this land; as a result, the Palestinians together with the neighboring Arabic nations opposed the creation of Israel. With the hope of annihilating the new Jewish nation, the armies of Iraq, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria invaded hence initiating the Arab-Israeli War of 1948 (Matthews 10). Palestinians viewed themselves as dwelling in an occupied state, whereby... Israeli -...
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War between Palestine and Israel (In favor of Palestine INFORMATIVE ESSAY
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...Palestinians who were then the natives of the land. Consequentially, the Palestinians are today leading a life of refugees. The war, however, inflicted during the British rule in Israel or Palestine between... ?War between Palestine and Israel INTRODUCTION War between Israel and Palestine has been an ongoing phenomenon since the 20th century. It has been considered of high significance in the history of world politics as it is supposedly to have a significant impression on the geopolitical division of the Middle East. The war instigated during the ancient times when Romans invaded Israel and forced resettlement of the Jews. Later, the Israelis regained the control of the land and attempted the exile of...
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The Palestine-Israel Conflict
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...Palestinian children killed in the conflict is extremely higher than that of the Israeli... . This can be attributed that the Israeli have been on top of the conflict due to huge support from the Americans. This is true and can also be attested by the number of adults killed in the course of the conflict. Palestinians have had the greater loss in this conflict. In terms of the injuries during the war, Palestine has the highest figures of victims. Israel has a lower number since they own the conflict. These comparisons are nothing to be proud of by the Americans. This is because the American involvement has led to more deaths and devastation for the...
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Currently Israel controls Palestinian water, what rights does Israel have to manage water crucially needed or the Palestinian people
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...Palestinian water, because Palestinian waters come from Israeli maintained aquifers. Despite Israel owning the land the water comes from, water is a negotiating tool to stop conflict in the region, howbeit ineffective. Finally the Palestinian main concern is not water, but the ongoing war against the Jews. The Palestinian point of view is: Water is a basic need and a right, but for many Palestinians obtaining even poor-quality, subsistence-level quantities of water has become a luxury that they can barely afford," Amnestys Donatella Rovera said. (BBC) However, the Palestinians do not want just water, but Israeli water. When Israel offered to build a desalination... Israel has the right to control...
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...Palestinians suffer much than the Israelis.in recent times More Palestinian children have been killed, there is also more Palestinians killed, and more injured Palestinians as compared to the Israelis. Israeli receives U.S military aid while the Palestine doesn’t receive any, since 1955-1992 Israelis have received 77 UN resolutions while the Palestinians have received only 1. It is also evident that Israelis have destroyed more Palestinians homes, unemployment rate is more high in Palestinian, the number of political Palestinians prisoners held... by the Israeli is much more high than Israeli. From the reads it is clear that anti-Semitism has been politicized and this has caused a lot of...
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Debate
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...Palestinian vs. Israeli Debate of the of the Concerned July 12, Palestinian vs. Israeli Debate It goes without saying that throughout the history of the Arab-Israel conflict, Israeli’s solution and response to the Palestine issue has been predominantly military. Time and again, Israel has not only responded to the popular Palestinian aspirations with military might, but also the tactics adopted by the Israelis have been brutal and lethal in their approach and ramifications. Since the onset of this conflict Israel has killed a large number of innocent and unarmed men and women, children and the aged. This amounts to a gross violation of the...
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Geograhpy middile east class
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...Palestinians center or natural resources. I would support a deal between my country and the Palestinians that secured access for Israel... As an Israeli, I know that the real security of the nation of Israel is closely tied to the protection and control of natural resources. The growth of the Israeli economy will be hampered in future decades by the current security situation, but also by loss of access to natural resources such as fresh water for irrigation and human consumption. Much is made in the media about areas such as the Temple Mount due to their sacred and culturally significant nature. This said, I would propose that the real long term issues that need to be resolved between Israeli’s and...
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Why did the camp David summit in 2000 Collapse
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...Palestinian Authority, Yasser Arafat, conducted between 11th and 25th July, 2000. The meeting was conducted in Camp David, a country retreat of the presidents of United States, with an aim of ending Israeli-Palestinian long time conflict that is believed to have started in the mid-20th century which has led to civil unrest between these two sides and long term atrocities of the citizens. Camp David was seen as the favorite spot for negotiation due to its previous successes such as 1978’s Camp David... The Collapse of Camp David Summit in 2000 Introduction Camp David summit of 2000 was a meeting between the United States President Bill Clinton; Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Barak and the chairman of...
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The Impact of the Peace Pact between Palestine and Israel
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...Palestinians. 1. Since 1970s peace talks and initiatives regarding the need the have peace between Israel and Palestinians have been launched by United States of America (Dershowitz 87). 2. Various obstacles towards the peace processes between Israelites and Palestinians. 3. The collapse of the peace talks aimed at bringing peace between Israel and Palestinians. II. Perspective of both... the Israelites and Palestinians regarding the peace processes A. The perspective of the Israelites regarding the peace processes 1. Any peace pact between the two countries should be struck on the basis of give and take. For instance, the Israelites feel that peace could be attained if...
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The wall between Palastain and isreal
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...PALESTINIAN MISERY “You still can’t find Israel on a map of the Middle East in a Palestinian schoolbook.” This is a popular saying by Suzanne Fields, a political comentator and conservative columnist at The Washington Times, as she joined the rest of the world in lamenting over the antagonistic relations between Israel and Palestine. Indeed, the Israeli-Palestinian hostilities against each other were triggered by a number of factors; among them, a wall. In the contemporary world, a wall is simply a vertical, solid structure that either divides or encloses a given area; but to the Israelis and Palestinians, “the wall” is more than just a barrier. It is a source... THE APARTHEID WALL: THE ROOT CAUSE OF...
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The Arab-Israeli Peace Process
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...Palestinians. The Palestinians acquired their land back that had been under the Israeli. Jericho and Gaza were given back to Palestine as the first step in building the peace treaty (Rothstein, Maoz & Shiqāqī, 2002). The Oslo process made Israeli forces withdraw from West Bank territory that contained... The Oslo Process al Affiliation) The Oslo Process brought peace to the Palestine’s through signing of peace treaty centered on the UNSCR (United Nations Security Council Resolution). This process at first started as an undisclosed mediation between Israel and Palestine (Rothstein, Maoz & Shiqāqī, 2002). Signing of this peace treaty between the Israelites and Palestine brought successes to the Palesti...
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Palestinian Statehood
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...Palestinian hood s November 10, Had the Palestinians been granted the recognition which they sought from the United Nations, to be recognized as a state, I believe that it would have made the Palestinian territory more peaceful and prosperous. However, what must be kept in mind is that this is only relative to the current situation which prevails in the Palestinian land. The statement to which I concur does not mean that there will be peace and harmony, or that prosperity and progress is what shall be the consequent result of Palestine being recognized as a state. The statement to which I agree is that the situation in...
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Ethno Nationalist Terrorism
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...Palestinians has sparked tensions in the three countries with intentions of retaliatory attacks on the perceived enemies. In this regard, the avoidance of media attention on Israeli-Arabs is crucial... Ethno-Nationalist Terrorism Introduction Mainstream media is an agent of change in society and should convey terrorism matters in a way that do not inflict hatred or pain on others. Ethno-nationalist terrorist activities are spread across the world and this affects international relations between countries. This is because the citizens of the affected countries that their rights are denied by the oppressive nations (Seib, 2005). The media reporting on terrorism activities between Israel, Arabs and...
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Fourth Essay
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...Palestinian land ownership Between Bani Israel and the Palestines who owe their first existencein Palestine? History has it that Palestinian ancestors were there before Jewish invaded the land. Canaan, who is one of the ancestors, was farmer who gave glory to Palestine. He constructed several cities including Jericho and Jerusalem among others. After all the struggles of building Palestine Moses’ companions (Bani Israel) attacked them in an attempt to fulfil God’s call of moving to Palestine as their holy land. In 1948, the Bani Israel used military force to destroy Palestinians heritage and occupied the land. Kanafani, Ghassan the author of "Men In the Sun and Other... Resemblance claim prompts....
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Movie review
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...Palestinians). The video explains that Judaism is the religious culture of the Jews as they have been practicing this religion in the city of Jerusalem for several centuries now and their religious affiliation with the city could be explained by their sacred temple in Jerusalem and this makes the city highly significant to the Jews. The Jews claim that Jerusalem has always been... Movie Review (a) The video explains the significance of the of Jerusalem to the Jews, Muslims and the Christians. It clearly s that the Jews have a historical connection with the city of Jerusalem. The video further explains that the Christians see Jerusalem as their holiest city while the Muslims consider the city as their...
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Palestine
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...Palestinian culture on Negotiation Culture is an intervening variable at the negotiation table because of the impact it has n the manner of communication, the strategies taken at the negotiation table, and the ability to make compromises and choices available to both parties involved in a negotiation (Wittes, iX). Culture shapes the negotiation process and is one of the main determinants of the finding of an amicable solution to a common problem (Wittes, 4). The understanding the impact of culture on negotiations aid in polishing and using different negotiations skills as demanded by cultural and social needs of the population. There are different negotiation believes in United States... Impact of...
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The Jewish state in Palestine
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...Palestinians caught under Israeli control turned to terrorism. A vicious cycle began with Palestinians committing acts of terrorism, while Israel used military force. As it stands today, in my opinion, there will not be a peaceful... The Jewish and Arab conflict in Israel and Palestine has been an ongoing struggle for centuries. The animosity between the two cultures has festeredover the years. The current conflict has been rooted in the fact Israel became a state in 1948. Following the creation of the Israel, surrounding Arab countries attacked Israel. Since Israel was victorious in the War of Independence, Six Day War, and the Yom Kippur War Israel gained the Occupied Territory. Some of the...
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Research Paper
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...Palestinians as Refugees Introduction As political powers and people withself-interests hijack human issues, the issues become more complex with passing time. This summarizes the Palestinian refugee problem. People rendered homeless have born as refugees and died in the same condition, while at least a generation has seen such crisis of identity, languishing in various camps across the Middle Eastern terrain. Many leaders have come and gone without reaching a final solution, although it looked possible through dialogue, a few times, during recent past. Arab-Israel conflict being the basis of Palestine refugee problem, the core issue remains about the “right of return... ” for these refugee to...
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Politics in the Arab world
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...Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Primer by Phyllis Bennis Violence in the Middle East The two sides are responsible for the violence with each side culpable in its own way. On one hand, the Israelis continued military occupations against the Geneva Conventions exacerbate the violence. Conversely, some Palestinians use violence against military targets in Israel although international law recognizes it as lawful (Bennis). Nevertheless, the importance role of the region in religion and Washington’s policy, which is at the expense of taxpayer’s money, are two reasons why people pay attention to the violence. All the same, the region is important to the US and internationally due... Understanding the...
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Encounter point
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...Palestinians and Israelis. The movie had been filmed with the help of a non-profit organization namely Just Vision which is working for the establishment of more and more platforms to help peace formulate between Israeli and Palestinians. With the help of goal... Encounter Point: Movie Review Encounter Point is a documentary directed by Israeli-Canadian filmmaker Ronit Avni who is famous around the world for her attempt of making a documentary that does not talk about flaws and problems but rather persuades the movie watchers to know how they can settle the problems instead of blaming and pointing each other. Encounter Point is an award winning movie that is based upon the relationships between...
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Israel-Palestine Conflict: Land Day
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...Palestinians in this region. So, the conflict... ?Israel-Palestine Conflict: Land Day The conflict between Israel and Palestine is deeply rooted in the origin of Zionist Movement (Jews) and the riseof Arab nationalism in the Middle Eastern Asia. To be specific, the innate urge of the Jews to create their own homeland in the Middle East, and the establishment of the same as a political movement eventually led to Israel-Palestine Conflict. The British victory over the Ottoman Turks (say, in the year 1917) and the British administration in Palestine helped the Jews to claim their authority over the Land of Israel. The declaration of the State of Israel (1948) created tension among the Israelis and the...
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Political science
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...Palestinians and enable them to reach an agreement. The Oslo process did not however, succeed in ending the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians, as it collapsed before achieving its objective. Nonetheless, despite its failure, the Oslo process had made achieved considerable success as well... Assess the success and shortcomings of the Oslo process from the Israeli point of view The Oslo process refers to the political process between Israel and Palestine. This process was started in September 13 of the year 1993, when Israel and Palestine signed the Declaration of Principles (Rynhold 5). The main objective of the Oslo process was to bring to an end the conflict between the Israelis and...
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[compare and contrast] OUTLINE
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...Palestinian conflict is arguably one of the most intractable political problems of the world today. It affects one of the most vital regions in which the U.S. has a vested interest in. However, many Americans do not know the real score on this issue in which the geopolitical stakes are very high and the abhorrent results are so one-sided only. II. Discussion – the following paragraphs will detail how the situation is very skewed against the Palestinian people in their conflict with their Israeli counterparts. Each one of the items gives particulars why this is so based... Full & Number: (Compare and Contrast) 28 February (estimated word count = 594) If Americans Knew I. Introduction – the...
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Land Right Issues
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...Palestinians to return to their former land believe that the Israeli Jews are solely responsible for all the past as well as the current misery of the Palestinians. For that reason, the Palestinian demand for a return is a claim to realize this accountability by returning the Palestinian refugees to the uninhabited areas in the Land of Palestine/Israel.(Aruri 45) there are a number of perspectives to this claim as well as to its essential presupposition regarding the part played by the Israeli Jews in the predicament of the Palestinian diaspora. Key among the dimensions entails the nature of damages for which accountability should be borne. Another... Land Right Issues Those who support the right of Pale...
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Israel and Philistine Debate
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...Palestinian and ity which wouldbe built and administered by the UN to ensure there will be no ties to terrorism if a legitimate government is created and established and do you believe that sovereignty would create social programs to help refugees in addition to helping and education and healthcare system and what is the importance of creating territory lines assuming there would be an established legitimate government? Fact 1 The declaration of the independent state of Palestine could be more moderate in case Israel would conduct a more flexible policy (Benari). Fact 2 The majority of Jewish... ? Israeli and Philistine Debate Israeli Question: Does Israel believe there will ever be recognition of a...
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Conflict Between Palestine and Israel
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...Palestinian conflict started in the mid 20th century between Israelisand Palestinians. From the beginning, the Zionist wanted to dispose of the Arab population so that Israel becomes a Jewish state. The Zionists is a form Jewish culture that supports the land of Israel, which is a Jewish National state. When the Arab community learnt of the Zionists intentions, they opposed further Jewish immigration and land buying because it was the biggest threat to the existence of Arabs in Palestine (Gelvin, 2007). In this essay, I discuss the components of these conflicts, reasons why, where, when and how the conflicts began in general. I also discuss... the current issues in the Israeli-...
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The Causes Of The Palestinian Israeli Conflict
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...Palestinian Israeli conflict? Arguably, the long lasting Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the most salient conflict in the past 50 years. The conflict not only affects political processes in Israel and Palestine but also it affects political situation all over in the Middle East and has a huge impact on foreign policy strategies for the US, EU and other developing and developed countries across the globe. The conflict thus received considerable attention from scholars studying conflict and terrorism between the two countries (Caruso and Esteban 1; Ross 6). The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is mainly a dispute regarding the possession and control of territory... Lecturer: What are the causes of the...
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Palestinian perspective: justice and peace
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...Palestinian Perspective: Justice and Peace The Palestinian has been recognized by over 100 nations, its legitimacy still in question by rest of the world. Israel, with the help of the US federal government, has for long engaged in a campaign to obstruct and thwart Palestine’s aim of winning the recognition of international community as an independent state. In this case, Palestinians are being denied their legitimacy as a state since it has been established on territories which are claimed by Israel. Israel depends on the unconcealed US support and its military superiority to prevent the legitimacy of Palestine’s statehood. Palestinian authorities are under pressure to secure its legitimacy... Number:...
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The Trauma of the Palestinian Displacement
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...Palestinian Displacement Introduction The downfall of ancient Palestine and the enormous Palestinian displacement in the Arab-Israeli conflict of 1948, also known as al-Nakba, are continuously lamented by Palestinians all over the world. Displacement is still taking place and inflicting terrible trauma, tension and misery to a large number of Palestinians all over the Middle East. The total number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and Palestinian refugees includes the overall population of Palestinians all over the world. Internal displacement remains active in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) (Adalah 2012, 2). A huge number of Palestinians have been relocated against... The Trauma of the...
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Summarize the 2 articles since the NAKBA to present and emphasize the pressure and tension,war and discrimination among Arabs in israel
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...Palestinian Displacement Introduction The downfall of ancient Palestine and the enormous Palestinian displacement in the Arab-Israeli conflict of 1948, also known as al-Nakba, are continuously lamented by Palestinians all over the world. Displacement is still taking place and inflicting terrible trauma, tension and misery to a large number of Palestinians all over the Middle East. The total number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and Palestinian refugees includes the overall population of Palestinians all over the world. Internal displacement remains active in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) (Adalah 2012, 2). A huge number of Palestinians have been relocated against... The Trauma of the...
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Solving the Israel-Palestine Conflict
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...Palestinian people, while the Western –Christian countries back the Zionist country. Both the movements have demanded full legitimacy in the Holy land based on divine... ? Solving the Israel-Palestine Conflict: Literature Review Presented Solving the Israel-Palestine Conflict: Literature ReviewMaoz (2013) argues that the dilemma regarding legitimacy in the Israel –Palestine dispute is made of three important ideologies. These are; the legitimate rights of the other, which has been denied for long periods; advocacy for self-legitimacy that has been the main struggle by the two fronts; the international legitimacy that historically has been divided between Muslim and Christian countries. Muslims back the...
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Stateless nations Palestine
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...Palestinians form a good example of a stateless nation. Indeed, numerous numbers of people in the world are stateless and UNHCR estimates this figure to be more 12 million people considering that there are no reliable statistics to ascertain the actual number (“UN News Centre” 1). This population of people has no citizenship and its benefits and thus lacks full access to services offered... Palestine A less Nation A refers to a politically organized territory that has a permanent population and falls under a sovereign government administration which bears an international recognition. A stateless nation lacks these aspects and specifically lacks an independent state (Friend 1-3). The Kurds and the...
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Israel and Philistine Debate
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...Palestinian and ity which would be built and administered by the UN to ensure there will be no ties to terrorism if a legitimate government is created and established and do you believe that sovereignty would create social programs to help refugees in addition to helping and education and healthcare system and what is the importance of creating territory lines assuming there would be an established legitimate government? Fact 1 The declaration of the independent state of Palestine could be more moderate in case Israel would conduct a more flexible policy (Benari). Fact 2 The majority of Jewish... Israeli and Philistine Debate Israeli Question: Does Israel believe there will ever be recognition of a...
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