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  • Olive Tree Symbolism

    and aquifers by denying Palestinian civilians access to their crops and their harvest (UN General Assembly, 2014). The Palestinian land had even been inundated with waste water (UN General Assembly, 2014). Israeli has occupied the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and the Golan since the Six-Day War…

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  • Impact Of International Conflict

    Following the Six Day War, in which Israeli forces launched a highly successful surprise attack on Egypt, Israel occupied the final 22% of Palestine that had eluded it in 1948 – the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Since, according to international law it is inadmissible to acquire territory by war, these are occupied territories and do not belong to Israel. It also occupied parts of Egypt (since returned) and Syria (which remain under occupation).During the Six Day War, Israel attacked a US Navy ship,…

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  • The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Analysis

    (“Guide: Why are Israel and the Palestinians fighting over Gaza”). In 1948,…

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  • Palestine Historical Problems

    The conflict began when Israel started implementing Jewish settlements in ex-Palestinian territory, which were the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem. Critics of the settlements argue that “the continued growth and construction of Israeli settlements assert that under international law, all of Israel 's West Bank settlements are illegal” (“Israeli Settlements”.) Although,…

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  • Reasons For The Failure Of The Oslo Accords

    failure, and I will give a personal opinion at the end on the entire peace process and future of the Middle East. After WWI, the League of Nations established the Mandate for Palestine. It included all the land that was Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip (League of Nations, 1922). The 1917 Balfour Declaration supported the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, “Nothing shall be done to prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non Jewish…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

    the 3 key political entities on the Palestinian side, only Fatah would support the two state solution and that Hamas and the IJLP want a one state solution with Palestine replacing Israel. Taheri also mentions that Gaza would not be an ideal mold for a Palestinian state by stating, “Gaza has more political prisoners than any Arab country” (Taheri). Taheri seems to use a combination of pathos and logos in his writing, presenting his readers with a potent cocktail of facts and hard hitting emotion…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The United Nations

    The United Nations (UN) was established in 1945 to promote global peace and international cooperation. It replaced the League of Nations which was deemed as ineffective since it failed to prevent the Second World War. The organization enjoys a membership of 193 nations with the privilege to operate extraterritoriality. The UN also ensures that human rights of member states are not violated in any way. To ensure that the body achieves the task, UN has established a global structure that oversee…

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  • Violence By Hannah Arendt: Article Analysis

    the Palestine in the area of Israel and the Gaza Strip. Before Israel was declared a Jewish state, it was a place for Arabs known as Palestine. The Arabs were displaced when Israel was created for the Jews creating conflict and tension between the two groups. As Arendt describes terror, it is the form of government that comes after violence has destroyed all power (Hannah Arendt, 1969). This accurately describes that situation in Israel and on the Gaza Strip. The people have used so much…

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  • Culture Of Israel

    The War better known as the Arab-Israeli War was all about control of territory. The outcome Egypt gained control of the strip in Gaza and Israel gained her independence. On May 15 1948, a day after Israel’s independence neighboring countries of Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq and Saudi Arabia began their invasions. Israel stood tall and ended up gaining 75 percent of Palestine’s…

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  • The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

    been incorporated into many Jewish laws to stabilize the Jewish State as an expansive piece of land, which is only as big as New Jersey. The tension built as Palestinians were losing land. They now only inhabited-in mass majority within-Palestine and Gaza. At this time, the rest of the Arab States began to focus themselves on Israel with their military forces, attacking from Jordan, Iraq and Egypt. The war involved is still incorporated into the overall conflict and destructiveness among the…

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