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  • From Junol To Taba What Went Wrong Analysis

    The history of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process is as tumultuous and complicated as the conflict itself. In his article “From Oslo to Taba: What Went Wrong?” Ron Pundak breaks down the underlying reasons of the failure of the Oslo Accords, Camp David and The Taba Summit. The main premise of his argument was that peace, or a pathway to peace, were squandered by mismanagement and miscalculation of the entire process by Israeli, the United States, and the Palestinian Authority. Although his…

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  • Analysis Of The Two-State Solution For Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

    We do not currently have teleportation, so we need real solutions for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Since the 1967 War, there has been an ongoing Israeli military occupation, reducing Palestinian autonomy and harming the quality of life for Palestinians. Similarly, Israeli citizens have faced numerous terrorist attacks from radicals, creating a society driven by fear. The conflict is incredibly bloody, and it continues to worsen because the diplomatic representatives of Israel and Palestine…

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  • Zionism In Israel

    Despite this Biblical assertion of the shared belonging of the strip of land East of the Mediterranean, its ownership is cause for a major conflict between two groups in the world today. Since the development of Zionism in the 1940s, Israelis and Palestinians have been in a constant state of disagreement over the physical and political boundary, resulting in treacherous war and terrorism. With this in mind, the proposal of the unification of the two groups in a single political entity has been…

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  • Causes Of The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

    Arabs and the Israeli Jews over the rights of ownership to the holy land. Arabs and Jews began to express nationalism for their religious beliefs which was part of the reason for the conflict between the two sides. Because of this the Israeli-Palestinian conflict intensified in the 1940s and has expanded with much violence on both sides in the 2000s. On May 14, 1948 the British withdrew from Palestine and the Jewish National Council proclaimed Israel as a state. With the departure of the…

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  • Foreign Terrorist Organizations: Palestine Liberation Front: A Case Study

    Foreign Terrorist Organizations: Palestine Liberation Front (PLF) Author Institution Foreign Terrorist Organizations: Palestine Liberation Front (PLF) FTOs (Foreign Terrorist Organizations) are foreign groups that the Secretary of State designates “in accordance with section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA)” (“Chapter 6…,” 2012). The designation of FTOs is crucial to fighting terrorism and helps to curtail support for terror activities. Accordingly, section 219…

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  • Images In Edward Said's After The Last Sky

    uses and explains photographs to convey a message to his readers about the life of palestinians. He said in his text, ¨Let us use photographs and a text, we said to each other, to say something that hasn’t been said about Palestinians¨ (4). The photographs explains all of the trials and struggles that Palestinians go through and how ¨they¨ are portrayed as ¨the other.¨ Since the creation of Israel in 1948, Palestinians have been robbed of their homeland and come into contact zone with different…

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  • Identity In Edward Said's Essay

    All throughout time people have been “the other.” Pratt refers to the other as being “Someone who is perceived by the dominant culture as not belonging, as they have been culturally constructed as fundamentally different in some way” (320). In Edward Said’s essay, the Palestinians are the other, and he is attempting to “engage the difficulty, to deny the habitually simple, even harmful representations of the Palestinians, and to replace them with something more capable of capturing the complex…

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  • The Critical Theory Of Angela Davis

    of her critiques on racism, sexism, and economic inequality. Using the term “racism” positions supporters to examine how the particular group of issues affecting Palestinians in the U.S and all over are part of issues of inequality and discrimination struggles globally. She applies her theory to the occupation of the Palestinian people by addressing her support in the BDS and comparing it to many other issues she focuses on that will be discussed in this…

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  • Analysis Of Al Nakba

    Al Nakba is a documentary about the struggles during the Palestinian exodus. “Al Nakba” means “the catastrophe” and a catastrophe it was indeed. The documentary started out with black and white photos and videos of the state of life during this period. It starts out in 1948 when the state of Israel was created. Hundreds of thousands were forced out of their homes. I couldn’t imagine how this must feel like. To be kicked out of your home and have it turned into a war zone. A quote by Arnold…

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  • Summary Of 'Mornings In Jenin' By Susan Abulhawa

    Over the past decades, there has been plenty of conflict between the Israeli and Palestinians. Plenty of authors have taken it upon themselves to write about the issue. The book “Mornings in Jenin” written by Susan Abulhawa gives an insight into the tough hardships many Palestinians had to go through. Susan Abulhawa describes in great detail the generations of a family going through the times of the Zionist movement. The author of “Mornings in Jenin” Susan Abulhawa is a human rights…

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