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    Overview Bank of the West is a financial institution located in the west side of the United States. In the state of New Mexico there are about 20 branches and about 15 of them are located in Albuquerque. The financial institution has about 10,000 employees as a whole, however, the paper focuses on a branch with 11 employees. This particular branch is going through a rough time due new employees and a lack of motivation. About three months have passed since the last major turnover. With this in mind, there are 11 employees with different roles and very unique personalities. Each employee has a specific role with specific duties in order for the branch to work cohesively. However, there has recently been a division between employees and managers.…

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    The process of Israel becoming a country began with the British mandate. The British mandate was a process that would declare the land of palestine as a safe haven for Jewish people. In 1947, the jewish settlements caused the Arabic natives to be moved to the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. From 1948 to 1949, Israel was at war with the jews that had come into their country and fought to regain independence. This lead to Israel becoming a country after the war and being accepted by the United…

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    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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    The Six Day War

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    This announcement has its groundwork centred on the truth that the one foremost exchange the Six Day conflict made on the vicinity was once in reshaping of middle East politics via the acquisition of the Sinai Peninsula, the West bank, and the Golan Heights via the Israelis. The founding of the Zionist state of Israel in lands considered with the aid of Muslims, Christians, and Israelis alike as holy land, created tremendous anxiety in the area. The Six Day conflict escalated this conflict and…

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    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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    under a free democracy. The conditions for an independent Palestinian state is no longer feasible due to the inexorable and irreversible advance of the settlements, Israeli civilian communities built on lands occupied by Israel, in the West Bank and in East Jerusalem. The number of settlers in the West Bank has more than tripled since the Oslo Peace Agreement that was signed in 1993 by the Palestinian authority and the Israeli government. The agreement called for the cessation of…

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    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, Israel claims it is not illegal because Palestine is not a legal state. These settlements created enormous resistance,…

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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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    3% of the rural farming land in the West Bank, and have absolutely no control over 70% of the land in the West Bank, land which includes the Jordan valley, natural reserves like water aquifers, and agricultural lands (Giacaman et. al. 838). Palestine needs the military occupation to end so that they can access these resources, and this withdrawal with require Israeli cooperation. In order to grant Palestine autonomy and in order to let Israel remain a Jewish state, they must look towards a…

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    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 analysis is thorough, and does make many valid points, I contend that to understand the failure of the process one must also include some additional points. First, the continued occupation in the West Bank and Gaza after the Oslo Accords, and the worsening living conditions, failure of…

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