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    independence in 1988. It locates in West Bank and Gaza Trip in the Western Asia. The Israel – Palestine conflict was begun from the religious differences and territory conflict.…

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    The two elements of thought that most significantly challenged the Israeli commander as he executed his mission to remove settlers from the occupied territory in Gaza are Point of View and Implications and Consequences. The element of Point of View posed the greatest challenge because the commander understood both the frustration of the settlers due to his emotional and personal ties to them and the strategic goals of his government. As a result of his compassion, he was further challenged by…

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    Last year, BBC reported that in the span of a month, more than 2,100 Palestinians were murdered in the Gaza Strip, along with 66 Israeli soldiers and seven civilians in Israel (Gaza Crisis). In October of this year, two Palestinian children in the Gaza Strip were shot and killed by Israeli soldiers this month, preceded by six Palestinians who were slain while protesting along the border of Israel. It is not uncommon to find events concerning the Israel-Palestine controversy quickly circulate…

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    Causes Of The Six-Day War

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    but if Jordan did otherwise, Israel would respond forcefully. Jordan attacks Israel and Jordan’s actions result in a domino affect as Syrian and Iraqi forces join the attack on Israel. On the second day, the fighting continues among all fronts. The third day Israel was able to capture East Jerusalem, including Old City Jerusalem, and reopen the Straight of Tiran to all ships. Israeli forces clearly excel on the forefront as on the fourth day of the war they take control of West Bank as well.…

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    Six Day War Essay

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    However Zionist military forces were much smaller but were well organized, trained, and armed. The Arab military forces ran with the thought that they would never be defeated again after what happened during the holocaust. The six day war in 1967 was one of the shortest wars ever seen. Within those days Israel captured the Gaza Strip and the Sinai Peninsula from Egypt along with the West Bank. With the war israelis established themselves as the dominant regional power. The United States of…

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    believe the borders applied to them. Since the early 1900s, when the borders of states in the region drastically changed, the Bedouin have taken advantage of this uncertainty by smuggling. They are known for their excellent tracking ability, service for Bedouin in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) is not mandatory, though many volunteer. The Bedouin are known for their outstanding service, mostly in the special tracking units. But these tracking abilities also make them very capable…

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    faction based its operations in Tunisia before the Achille Lauro hijacking. Following the incident, the group relocated to Iraq where its activities were halted by the Operation Iraqi Freedom (Martin, 2011). In numerous interviews, Abbas insisted that his group made a mistake when it hijacked the cruise ship. He explained that he intended “his men to travel incognito aboard the Achille Lauro and then invade Israel” after docking at Ashdod (Martin, 2011, p. 460). He, however, admitted that…

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    BG Hacohen Case Study

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    After the Six Days War ended in 1967, the Israeli began establishing a settlement in Gaza Strip and West Bank. Almost four decades later, an increase terrorist threat to Israel, protecting the interest and security of the Israeli at two fronts was putting many strains on the government’s national security. In 2003, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon officially announced that he was pulling out his people from Gaza Strip and northern West Bank . The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) and national police would…

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    PLO Changes

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    Following the 1967 Arab-Israeli War the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), a preeminent organization advocating on behalf the Palestinian people underwent drastic changes. These changes came following the defeat of a coalition of Arab nations in war against Israel known as the June War. In the June War Israel conquered territory from both Jordan and Egypt known as the West Bank and the Gaza Strip respectively in which the majority of Palestinian people lived. The PLO’s leadership,…

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    The ship was going to said towards the Gaza Strip. The steering committee of the ‘Ship to Gaza Greece’ initiative invited Kosmatopoulos to participate in the flotilla and conduct fieldwork during the journey. He mentions that he conducted semi-structured interviews with the members of the teams and attended open meetings of the coordinating committee. The author mentions that he saw the ship not only as his ‘field’ but also his ‘home’. His questions and notes revolved around three spaces; the…

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