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    protecting Israel from invading Arab states, unintentionally resulting in an ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians. I will start by analyzing the Palestinian perspective of Plan D as compared to the Palestinian perspective. Next I will describe the historical context of the 1948 war and the events leading up to the implementation of Plan Dalet. Lastly I will describe the specifics of Plan Dalet itself in order to point to the long lasting implications it has had on the Palestinians. It goes without saying that the Palestinian perspective of Plan Dalet remains quite different to that of the Israeli’s. At the heart of the controversy surrounding the events of Plan Dalet, at least how I interpret it, is over its intent. Proponents of Plan Dalet point to its strategic purpose, specifically maintaining the…

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    Shabtai Teveth

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    archives pertaining to the 1948 war to the public. This prompted a revision of the origins of the Palestinian refugee crisis, which birthed a new interpretation of the historical events. Two narratives of this history emerged, the new history that is led by Benny Morris and the old history that is advocated by Shabtai Teveth. Morris contends that Israel is more to blame for the refugee crisis because of rumors of a transfer idea for Palestinians prior to the war, lack of evidence of Arab…

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    Hello Ms. Finkelman, I would like to express my sincere thanks that you have taken time out of your schedule to work with me on my Vocational Rehabilitation Case. I’m aware that you made an exception to your busy schedule to even see me on Monday, 26 October, at 10:30 am. That is why I wanted to ensure that I express my thoughts to you in a written correspondence that you might reference in my absence. Requesting vocational rehabilitation services to attain a doctoral degree is not the normal;…

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    When reviewing the Election of 1948 in the United States of America. On one side was Harry S. Truman, who was the current President of the United States, squared off against Thomas Dewey, governor of New York. There are vast amounts of sources to consider in this topic simply because it was the biggest political upset, ever. Nine sources will be discussed in the following areas. What the people involved said, what people think happened, and finally what Harry S. Truman himself said. The…

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    Moses In Exodus

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    God uses certain people to impact many others. After reading the first twenty chapters of Exodus, it is clear that God was still living out his promise to Abraham through Moses. Moses’ lineage traces back to Jacob, Isaac, and Abraham. God placed the infant Israelite, Moses, in Pharaoh’s household, speaks to Moses, uses Moses to free the Israelites and finally taught the Israelites of God’s laws in these chapters. God’s covenant to Abraham included all of Abraham’s decedents taking over the…

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    will write a scriptural response to the assigned reading of the NIV Study Bible and the Wiersbe Bible Commentary. I will write my response to Exodus and chapters twenty through twenty-eight of the Wiersbe Bible Commentary. Content Division The book of Exodus is broken up into different sections. The first is the oppression of Israel and the birth of Moses. During the time of the birth of Moses, Pharaoh saw that the Israelites numbers grew. He was afraid of an uprising so he gave the order,…

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    Discuss the major hindrances in the lives of Moses and Joshua and compare them to your own life and experiences. Moses and Joshua had major hindrances when God called on them to led the Israelites to the Promise land and compare the two prophets to my very own life experiences. Studying Moses and Joshua led God’s people to the promise Land had major difficulties. First, Moses began his life as an adopted son to the Egyptian court. But when she hid him no longer, she got him a wicker basket and…

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    The book of Exodus reveals God as a character capable of an array of dispositions, yet glory is the aspect illustrated with the most distinction and frequency. It is in Exodus that while God is stilled explained using anthropomorphism, the Israelites develop a less individual relationship with God but more of a respectful, fearful association. They must have this perspective as well as an intermediary, often Moses or sacrifice, because of God’s overwhelming glory. His magnificence is depicted as…

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    in the midst of our joy, it can be easy to forget the source- our Creator who is good in all ways and who blesses us and helps us through the tough times. On a much larger scale, the passage of Exodus 15:1-21 is a record of an entire people who are experiencing the exuberance of finally being free. Known…

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    their own country, leading them to a land to call their own. Israel, “under the leadership of Joshua… successfully maintained a foothold despite enemy pressure” (Anderson, 40). Israel, under the leadership of Joshua, became an established nation. Also under the leadership of Joshua, “they renewed their vow to serve the God of the Exodus and to obey the covenant laws” (Anderson, 40). Joshua leads the fledgling country of Israel into the temporary Promised Land, returns the nation to covenant…

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