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Arab Israeli conflict

  • 1948 War

    1948 War
    Israel declared independence. Egypt, jordan, lebanon, syria, & iraq attacked israel. THis caused israel to gain land. Egypt gained the gaza strip and Jordan gained the West Bank and East Jerusalem. Hundreds of thousands of palestinians and jews became refugees. "Review: Genesis, 1948: The First Arab Israeli War — The Hart Beat." The Hart Beat. 8 Apr. 2015. Web. 5 May 2015.
  • Settlement Construction Begins: 1967

    Settlement Construction Begins: 1967
    Settlements were built West Bank and the Gaza Strip were being rebuilt from previous wars and attacks. They were also being built to be protected better against terrorist attacks. This construction increased the population in Westbank from 3,200 to 300,000. This new construction made it hard from Palestinians to travel in or through westbank. "Israel Announces Settlement Expansion in Response to Palestinian Unity Government." NBC News. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Six Day War

    Six Day War
    Egypt blockaded Israel. Egypt, Jordan, Syria, & Iraq moved troops to Israel's borders and made threatening statements. Israel's launched a preemptive strike. As a result, Israel captured the West Bank and east Jerusalem from Jordan, the Golan Heights from Syria, and all of the sinai Peninsula from Egypt. More Palestinians and jew became refugees. Terrorism became more common.
  • Attrition Battles:

    Attrition Battles:
    Israel gained land from Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. It wanted to be considered a country, but many of its bordering countries opposed this proposition. This led to small attacks on Israel from Egypt. The PLO (Palestinian liberation organization) also led attacks on Jordan until it was halted by military forces in 1971) "Friends of Israel." Israel Defense Force Spokesperson. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • The october War:

    The october War:
    Egypt and Syria attacked Israel and Yom Kippur. Israel pushed back the attack Syrian troops were stopped 10 miles from Tiberias, Israel eventually retained the territories it captures in the war in 1967, but did not keep the additional and remaining land. "The October 1973 War: Super-Power Engagement and Estrangement - Center for Israel Education." Center for Israel Education. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Egypt and Israel sign a Peace Agreement

    Egypt and Israel sign a Peace Agreement
    Egypt made a peace treaty with Israel. President of Egypt Anwar Sadat realized that constant war with Israel was destroying the economy. Eventually, Israel returned the Sunny land captured in the 1967 war. This Agreement made between Egypt and Israel was called the “Land for Peace” Policy. WHich meant Israel was to trade land in return for peace. "The Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty." Ynet. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • The 1982 Lebanon War

    The 1982 Lebanon War
    PLO in Lebanon was attacking attacking Israel (this is the first Lebanon War with Israel). Israel was able to PLO into Tunisia. Israel became involved in the Lebanon Civil War. Israel withdrew from the Lebanon civil war in 1985. Israel did become friendly with Lebanon however, the second war between Lebanon and Israel took place in 2000. "Infinity Journal. Strategy Journal / Magazine, Featuring Articles on War, International Policy Etc." Israeli Strategy in the First Lebanon War, 1982-1985.
  • The first Intifada

    The first Intifada
    Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank appraised against israel. Israel was attacked by suicide bombers and terrorist attacks. Israel used military force to contain the violence. An equal number of bothe sides fighting were killed. This fighting stopped in 1993 when the Oslo accords were signed. "Duvdevan: Israel’s Most Elite Counter Terrorist Unit - Weapons - Realfighting Organization." Duvdevan: Israel’s Most Elite Counter Terrorist Unit - Weapons - Realfighting Organization. Web.
  • The Oslo Accords

    The Oslo Accords
    They were a set of AGreements made in 1993. ( Signed to make sure that Israel gave up land for security). This led to the creation of Palestinian authority in Westbank and the Gaza Strip. Israel's still had the right to defend itself. Around the time when the Oslo accords were signed, PLO started to recognize Israel as a country. "Palestinians Will Have Ambassador to Norway - The Nordic Page." The Nordic Page. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Israel and Jordan sign a Peace Treaty

    Israel and Jordan sign a Peace Treaty
    The U.S helped Israel and Jordan achieve peace. This led to Jordan becoming the second country to recognize israel as a country. Trade, tourism, and exchange of ideas increased between Israel and Jordan. "Memories of Peace: A Return to Jordan." Ynet. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Israel and Jordan sign a Peace Treaty

    Israel and Jordan sign a Peace Treaty
    The U.S helped Israel and Jordan achieve peace. This led to Jordan becoming the second country to recognize israel as a country. Trade, tourism, and exchange of ideas increased between Israel and Jordan. "The Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty." Ynet. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • The Camp David Summit: 2000

    The Camp David Summit: 2000
    Bill Clinton brought Israeli prime minister to camp david as an attempt to negotiate and agrimarine with Israel and Palestine. This was to make Palestine a state. The goal was to have to have the two states living peace. This was not achieved because more war's outbreak. "Sixteen Years of Israeli-Palestinian Summits." Time. Time Inc., 23 July 2007. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • The Second Intifada

    The Second Intifada
    General Ariel Sharon visited Temple Mount, which is sacred temple for Arabs and Jews, Palestinians thought this visit was an attack. This caused many deaths for Jews and Muslims. Israel was also bombed by Palestinian suicide bombers, civilians on boths side were killed. This conflict is ongoing. "Palestinian Pundit: 2010-02-21." Palestinian Pundit: 2010-02-21. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Arab Peace is Proposed

    Arab Peace is Proposed
    The Prince of Saudi Arabia proposed a peace in Israel. Israel accepted it, but notall the demands. This was a major break through, however Israel rejcts the demand of giving back the land they gained in the 1967 War. "Peace Talks Starter." Cagle Post RSS. 6 May 2013. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Israel Begins Constructing the West Bank Barrier

    Israel Begins Constructing the West Bank Barrier
    Israel wanted to build a barrier on Westbank to prevent terrorist arracks. This reduced attacks, suicide bombings from the Gaza Strip and West Bank. This is still ongoing too. "Media Backspin." Media Backspin. 22 Nov. 2009. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • The Roadmap for Peace is Proposed

    The Roadmap for Peace is Proposed
    This was a plan for peace betweeen U.S., Russia, European Union and the United Nations, it involves reciprocal steps by Israel and Palestine with an ultimate goal of an idependtent Plaestine. This caused Hamas terrorist to try to destroy Israel, haowver Mahmoud Abbas dissolved the Hamas Government. Also, the roadmap was reaffirmed at the Annapolis Conference. "Road Map for Peace." Cagle Post RSS. 15 July 2014. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Israel Disengages from Gaza

    Israel Disengages from Gaza
    Prime Minister Ariel Sharon separated Israel and Palistine territories, contained with construction of West Bank Barrier. In result, many Israelis living there were furious because they didn't want to leave. The amount of rockets were fired at Israel from the terrorist increased dramatically. "#GazaUnderAttack | Netanyahu and the Gaza." Occupied Palestine. 26 Nov. 2012. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Hamas Elected

    Hamas Elected
    A Hamas member was elected to Palestinian authority. They called for the distructon of Israel and to kill the Jews. They also did not excpet any previous agreements between them. 100s of terrorist attacks were committed by the Hamas governemt. "ISRAELI FRONTLINE: Hamas’ Win-Win Formula." ISRAELI FRONTLINE: Hamas’ Win-Win Formula. 23 Oct. 2011. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • The 2006 Lebanon War

    The 2006 Lebanon War
    Hezbollah is a radical islamist that committed to destriying Israel. He killed eight Israelis and then kidnapped two, who adventually were murdered. Israel then launched rocket attacks at civilians and their homes. Gedmin, Jeffrey. "Davids Medienkritik." 'Davids Medienkritik' Web. 8 May 2015.
  • The Battle of Gaza

    The Battle of Gaza
    Conflict grew between the Hamas and the PLO Fatah. The Hamas attacked Fatah members, however the Hamas government was dissolved. Today, only two governments in Palistine that are in effect, which are the Hamas who control Gaza and Palestinian Authority who control West Bank. Hall, Anthony. "Ignoring UN Ceasefire Resolution, Israel Escalates Battle in Gaza." The IPINIONS Journal RSS. 12 Jan. 2009. Web. 7 May 2015.
  • The Gaza War

    The Gaza War
    Israel attacked Hamas targets in Gaza to try to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel and to stop terrorist infrastructure and weapon smuggling. 100s of militians were killed as well as civilians with Gaza's building and economy. This ended in 2009 as well. Englehart, Bob. "Israel Gaza War." 16 July 2014. Web. 8 May 2015.
  • Gaza Flotilla Incident

    Gaza Flotilla Incident
    Israel and Egypt began a blockade of Gaza so they coud make sure that there weren't any weapon smugglings. However, six ships set sail to break the blockade. Israel inspected a ship and found nothing, so they apologized to Turkey, This led to deterioration in the relationship between each other. "Despite Gaza Flotilla Incident, Rise In Willingness To Compromise Among Palestinians And Israelis." CFHU. Web. 7 May 2015.
  • The Arab Spring

    The Arab Spring
    Citizens protested Tunsia government for Democracy, more Arab states protested against oppresive and autocraticgovernments. The Tunsia President left the country and the Egyptian leader resigned when people protested. Protest also happened in Algeria, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Syria, Yemen and other countries. This conflictg has not been solved yet. DAWSON, STELLA. "Democracy Declined Worldwide in 2011, Arab Spring Nations at Risk: Report." Al Arabiya Newa. REUTERS WASHINGTON, 18 Sept. 20