israel palestine conflct

  • Balfour Decleration

    a letter announcing the brithish support of a jewish home land in plaestine
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    jewish immigration

    jewish population are increases and start to buy land.
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    The holocaust

    Many jews died in this time period because of a man named adof hitler.

    UN General Assembly voted in favor of a resolution, which adopted the plan for the partition of Palestine, recommended by the majority of the UN Special Committee on Palestine
  • PLO

    Arab governments wanting to create a Palestinianorganisation that would remain essentially under their control voted to create a body called the Palestine Liberation Organisation .But the Palestinians wanted a genuinely independent body, and that was the goal of Yasser Arafat who took over the chairmanship of the PLO in 1969. His Fatah organisation was gaining notoriety with its armed operations against Israel.
  • The Six Days War

    The Six Days War
    The Israelis defended the war as a preventative military effort to counter what the Israelis saw as an impending attack by Arab nations that surrounded Israel. The Six-Day War was initiated by General Moshe Dayan, the Israeli’s Defence Minister.
  • Munich Olympics

    Berger, 28, competed as a weight lifter for Israel’s Olympic team in 1972 but returned from Munich to his native Cleveland in a coffin. He was one of 11 members of the Israeli team abducted and killed by Palestinian terrorists who invaded their dormitory. The International Olympic Committee’s refusal to memorialize the Munich tragedy at the London Games demonstrated an inability to see the trees for the forest.
  • Yom Kippur War

    The Yom Kippur War of 1973, the most recent ‘full’ war in Middle East history, is so-called because it began on the Day of Atonement Yom Kippur, the holiest day of prayer and fasting in the Jewish calendar. The Yom Kippur War is also known as the October War. At the time of Yom Kippur, Israel was led by Golda Meir and Egypt by Anwar Sadat.
  • Camp David Accords

    After twelve days of secret negotiations at Camp David, the Israeli-Egyptian negotiations were concluded by the signing at the White House of two agreements. The first dealt with the future of the Sinai and peace between Israel and Egypt, to be concluded within three months. The second was a framework agreement establishing a format for the conduct of negotiations for the establishment of an autonomy regime in the West Bank and Gaza
  • 1st Intifada

    The reasons behind the first Intifada in 1987 are not only restricted to the events that happened around the time but there is a bigger picture attached to it. The Palestine-Israeli conflict was at the root of the Intifada that gave the world a different view of what was happening in the region between the two sides
  • 2nd Intifada

    The second Intifada, also known as the Intifada Al-Aqsa, erupted on the 28th of September 2000, as a result of the controversial visit of Arial Sharon, then leader of the opposition party Likoud, to the al-Aqsa/Temple Mount complex in Jerusalem. The visit, approved by the government of Ehud Barak, who had lost the majority in the Knesset, stirred an outburst of anger amongst Palestinians, exasperated by the stagnation of the peace process, as well as by the continuing occupation and settlement e