The Middle East Conflict Essay

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The Middle East Conflict
Wynell Henry
University of Phoenix
Com 156 November 24, 2013

The real differences around the world today are not between Jews and Arabs; Protestants and Catholics; Muslims, Croats, and Serbs. The real differences are between those who embrace peace and those who would destroy it; between those who look to the future and those who cling to the past; between those who open their arms and those who are determined to clench their fists (William J. Clinton, 2013). Even though people who live in Palestine/Turkey/Syria area between1988 - 2013 have been in a state of war, peace will soon come. The Middle East is at constant war, peace will not come soon enough if rules don’t apply to self-government.
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The reason for the war between Palestine, Turkey and Syria are differences and control between governance. There are many reasons for war between Palestine, Turkey and Syria which destroyed many lives but the main reason is over territory. There are other conflict issues such as religion and governance. The conflict that the Israelites experienced was due to organized religion. The Israelites were pressured by organized groups that were false teachings and hypocrites of Christ to get the Israelites to practice certain rituals and this is one way how they were tricked into giving up control of their land. Syrian conflicts with Turkey in the early years of the Cold War are differences and control between the governances. Their goal was to annex part of Turkish territory and take part of Palestine from Syrian. During the Cold War Syrian knew that annexation of the Middle East would not be based upon the desire or rights of the citizens. The British and French leader promised the Jews that they will assists them into establishing their homeland in Palestine and endorsed the Zionist which the Jews benefited from post war. The Balfour Declaration was on the most beneficial and became the greatest Jewish-Zionist achievement. The United Nations decided to intervene because the people created their own state and system of government. The United Nations was there the reverse the differences and

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