Arab Israeli Conflict

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The Middle East is one of the most conflicted sections in the planet, and for most people is a puzzle that is far from solving. In this research paper, we are going to examine one of the most known war in the Middle East, the Arab-Israeli conflict. We will take a look at the history of the war. How everything started, and why it hasn’t ended. Also another aspect that is going to be discussed is the point of view of a Fundamentalist Christians. Based on what God and the Bible mandate, what side will we go? And how the conflict could be solve.
In order to understand the conflict, we need to ask ourselves, who are the Arabs and Jews? And what do they have in common? Believe it or not, Arabs and Jews have more things in common than what they actually like to admit. Both, Arabs and Jews, trace themselves as descendants of Abrahams (Bickerton). The difference between them is that, Arabs trace their lineage to Ishmael, Abraham’s first son of Hagar, Sarah’s handmaiden; while the Jews trace
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At the beginning of the 1900’s century, Palestine was ruled by Great Britain (Barker). The country was in ruins, the population had declined to around 560,000- 500,000 Arabs and 60,000 Jews (Bickerton). In between 1936-1939, a group of religious followers, motivated by Sheikn Izzad-Din al-Qassam, a preacher in a Haifa mosque, began a violent movement against the British government. In 1947, tension between both groups erupted into a civil war (Barker) and on November 29,1947 the United Nation(UN) proposed a plan that would divided Palestine into three areas: the Arab state, the Jews state, and the Special International Regime for the cities of Jerusalem and Bethlehem (Bickerton). Also in this plan there was a forth part on the document that mandate a withdrawal of British armed force

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