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Arab-Israeli Conflict

  • 1948 War

    1948 War
    Israel declared independeces and Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq then attacked Israel.
    Israel got land from the war and Egypt got the Gaza Strip. Jordan got the West bank and East Jerusalem. Many Palestinians and Jews then became refugees. Margolick, David. "Endless War." The New York Times. N.p., 8 May 2008. Web. 5 May 2015.
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    1948 War

  • SIx Day War/ The 1967 War

    SIx Day War/ The 1967 War
    Egypt blockaded Israel and then Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq troops went to Israels borders. There the countries made threats and Israel launched a preemptive strike.
    Israel seized the West Bank and East Jerusalem from Jordan, and the Golan Heights from Syria, The Gaza Strip and Sinai Peninsula from Egypt. Therefore, more Palestinians and Jews became refugees and terrorism became more common. "Six-Day War | Middle East [1967]." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, n.d. We
  • Settlement Constrution Begins

    Settlement Constrution Begins
    Settlement is when Israeli towns moved to the won lands. Settlements were built to prevent attacks.
    Israeli military weakened trying to protect the settlements and settlement became an issue between Israel and Palestinian government. Kate. "As World Watched Gaza, Israel Announced 1472 New Settlements in West Bank." Mondoweiss. N.p., 30 Aug. 2014. Web. 07 May 2015.
  • Attrition Battles

    Attrition Battles
    Israel got land from Egypt, Jordan, and Syria and then Egypt attacked Israel.
    Jordan kicked out PLO from their country and they moved to Lebenon. "The World since 1900: The Bewildering 1960s - By Miles Hodges." The World since 1900: The Bewildering 1960s - By Miles Hodges. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 May 2015.
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    Attrition Battles

  • The October War/ Yom Kippur War

    The October War/ Yom Kippur War
    Egypt and Syria tacked Israel on Yom Kippur, which is the holiest day for Jews, and Isrealis managed to push back the attack.
    After the war Israel retained the territories captured in 1967. "Wary Israel Still Heeding Lessons of Yom Kippur War as It Eyes Iran." South China Morning Post. N.p., 4 Oct. 2013. Web. 07 May 2015.
  • Egypt and Israel Sign a Peace Agreement

    Egypt and Israel Sign a Peace Agreement
    Egypt was the first Arab country to sign a peace treaty with Israel. Israel returned Egypt Sinai and took out Jewish families in Egypt. The Agreement was a frame of Israels concept of giving land in exchange of peace called the ¨land for peace¨ plolicy. March 26, 1979 | Israel and Egypt Sign Peace Treaty." The Learning Network March 26 1979 Israel and Egypt Sign Peace Treaty Comments. N.p., 26 Mar. 2012. Web. 07 May 2015.
  • The 1982 Lebanon War

    The 1982 Lebanon War
    PLO units attacked towns in Northern Israel and then in response Israel attacked PLO in Lebanon.
    PLO leadership was then expelled from Lebanon to Tunisia. "An Israeli M113 on Unit in Lebanon, 1982 - War Photos, Famous History Photos, World War Images, History Images." War Photos, Famous History Photos, World War Images, History Images. N.p., 23 Dec. 2013. Web. 07 May 2015.
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    The 1982 Lebanon War

  • First Intifada

    First Intifada
    Palastinions in Gaza strip and West Bank started an uprising against Israel people in those territories.
    Suicide bombing began because of this uprising and many Palestinian soldiers were killed in counter attacks for the Israelis, There was about an even number of soldier Palestinians and regular Palestinians killed during the fighting that only stopped after the Oslo Accords was finally signed. "Moments in U.S. Diplomatic History." Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training. N.p., n.d. W
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    First Intifda

  • The Oslo Accords

    The Oslo Accords
    Set of agreements in 1993 between PLO and Israel.
    Led to the creation of the Palestinian authority. "The Oslo Accords." Ynet. N.p., 7 Feb. 2009. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Israel and Jordan sign a peace treaty

    Israel and Jordan sign a peace treaty
    Jordan became the second Arab country to recognize Israel and sign a peace treaty with them.
    Trade, business relations, tourism, cultural exchanges, and scientific cooperation between the two nations increased, Miller, Elhanan. "Jordan’s Emboldened Islamist MPs Challenge Alliance with Israel." The Times of Israel. N.p., 25 Apr. 2013. Web. 07 May 2015.
  • The Camp David Summit

    The Camp David Summit
    Countries attempted to negotiate an agreement between Israel and Palestine. Negotiations lasted 13 days
    The goal for peace was not achieved and conflict continud. "What Was the 2000 Camp David Summit? - Israeli-Palestinian Conflict - ProCon.org." ProConorg Headlines. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 May 2015.
  • The Second Intifada

    The Second Intifada
    Israeli's General Ariel Sharon visited a historic landmark for Jewish and Muslims. After his visit an uproar of riots occured.
    There as been no definite end to the conflict and could still be ongoing. "Haneen Zoabi Calls for Third Palestinian Intifada against Israel." News That Matters. N.p., 06 Jan. 2013. Web. 07 May 2015.
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    Second Intifada

    Still ongoing to this day
  • Israel Begins Constructing the West Bank Barrier

    Israel Begins Constructing the West Bank Barrier
    Construction started to protect citizens of Israel from terrorists.
    Construction is still ongoing but what has been built helped reduce the number of suiced bomings in Israel. Sherwood, Harriet. "Israel Suspends Work on Section of West Bank Barrier." The Guardian. N.p., 11 May 2011. Web. 7 May 2015.
  • Arab Peace Initiative Is Proposed

    Arab Peace Initiative Is Proposed
    The Prince of Saudi Arabia proposed a peace initiative to Israel.
    Israel welcomed the proposal but did not accept all demands. "Arab Peace Initiative - S. Daniel Abraham Center for Peace." S. Daniel Abraham Center for Peace. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 May 2015.
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    Construction of West Bank Barrier

    Still going on to this day
  • The Roadmap for Peace is Proposed

    The Roadmap for Peace is Proposed
    The Roadmap for Peace was a plan for peace proposed by the United States, Russia, European Union, and the United Nations. The goal the peace plan was an independent Palestinean State and a secure Israel. Since the plan was proposed is has not moved past the first of three stages and no significant progress has been made. "Road Map for Peace." Ynet. N.p., 31 Mar. 09. Web. 10 May 2015.
  • Israel Disengages from Gaza

    Israel Disengages from Gaza
    The Prime Minister of Israel wanted to seperate Israel from Palestinean territories. He thoght Israel should leave the Gaza Strip and let the Palestineans there govern themseves. After the partition, the number of rockets fired by terrorists from Gaza into Israel has increased. Sauer-Tompson, Gary. "Public Opinion." : Disengaging from Gaza? N.p., 1 May 2005. Web. 10 May 2015.
  • Hamas is Elected

    Hamas is Elected
    Members of Hamas were elected in Palestine, They called for the destruction of Israel and the killing of Jews. The Hamas claimed responsibility for many acts of terrorism. Due to their election into office, many western nations suspended aid to Palestinean Authority. "Hamas--the CIA/Mossad Model for Islamist Radicalization." ThereAreNoSunglasses. N.p., 21 Nov. 2014. Web. 10 May 2015.
  • The 2006 Lebanon War

    The 2006 Lebanon War
    Hezbollah, a terrorist organization, attacked an Israeli army unit killing 10 soldiers. It started many attacks on Islamic cities which ofrced Israel to fight back. Evebtually all fighting ended with a UN Cease Fire resoulution in August of 2006. "Hezbollah Slams Takfiris' Violence in Lebanon." Hezbollah Slams Takfiris' Violence in Lebanon. N.p., 25 June 2013. Web. 10 May 2015.
  • The Battle of Gaza

    The Battle of Gaza
    Hamas militants attacked Fatah members in Gaza. Because of this the Palestinean Authority President, Mahmoud Abbas, dissmissed the Hamas government. After this, western sanctions to Palestinean Authority were lifted. Whitney, Mike. "The Battle of Gaza." :: The Market Oracle. N.p., 19 June 2007. Web. 10 May 2015.
  • The Gaza War

    The Gaza War
    Israel attacked Hamas targets in Gaza. The war ended on January 18, 2009
    Militiants were killed but civilian died as well. Israel-Gaza conflict: Social media becomes the latest battleground in Middle East aggression – but beware of propaganda and misinformation
  • Gaza Flotilla Incident

    Gaza Flotilla Incident
    Six ships were not allowed into the Gaza Srip but the ships refused and officials boarded the ships and attacked.
    Turkey demandaed an apoogy from Israel but they said the attack was justified. As a result the alliance disbanded. "Despite Gaza Flotilla Incident, Rise In Willingness To Compromise Among Palestinians And Israelis." CFHU. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 May 2015.
  • The Arab Spring

    The Arab Spring
    Arabs protested because no Arab state had a democratic government.
    Tunisian president fled the area and the Egyptian president resigned as a result of the protests. Dawson, Stella. "Democracy Declined Worldwide in 2011, Arab Spring Nations at Risk:report." Al Arabiya News. N.p., 18 Sept. 2012. Web. 10 May 2015.