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Isrial/Palestine conflict /argument

  • 1947 United Nations partition plan

    1947 United Nations partition plan
    UN General Assembly voted on the partition plan, adopted by 33 votes to 13. The Jewish side accepted the UN plan for the establishment of two states. The Arabs did not like it and launched a war of annihilation against the Jewish state.
  • 1948 Israel state hood

    1948 Israel state hood
    in Tel Aviv, Jewish Agency Chairman David Ben-Gurion proclaims the State of Israel, establishing the first Jewish state in 2,000 years. At midnight, the State of Israel officially came into being upon destruction of the British mandate in Palestine
  • Following the announcement of an independent Israel

    Following the announcement of an independent Israel
    Civil war broke out throughout all of Israel, but a cease-fire agreement was reached in 1949. As part of the temporary armistice agreement the West Bank became part of Jordan and the Gaza Strip became Egyptian territory.
  • Arab-Israeli Conflict

    Arab-Israeli Conflict
    Numerous wars and acts of violence between Arabs and Jews have ensued since the 1948 Arab-Israeli War Like the Suez crises Relations between Israel and Egypt were rocky in the years following the 1948 war. In 1956, Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser overtook and nationalized the Suez Canal, the important shipping waterway that connects the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. With the help of British and French forces, Israel attacked the Sinai Peninsula and retook the Suez Canal.
  • Yom kipper war

    Yom kipper war
    Hoping to catch the Israeli army not paying attention, in 1973 Egypt and Syria launched air strikes against Israel on the Holy Day of Yom Kippur. The fighting went on for two weeks, until the UN adopted a resolution to stop the war. Syria hoped to recapture the Golan Heights during this battle but was could not .
  • Lebanon War

    Lebanon War
    In 1982, Israel invaded Lebanon and ejected the PLO. This group, which started in 1964 and declared all Arab citizens living in Palestine up to 1947 to be called “Palestinians” focused on creating a Palestinian state within Israel.
  • First Palestinian Intifada

    First Palestinian Intifada
    Israeli occupation of Gaza and the West Bank led to a 1987 Palestinian uprising and a lot of deaths. A peace process, known as the Oslo Peace Accords, ended the Intifada After this, the Palestinian Authority formed and took over some territories in Israel. In 1997, the Israeli army withdrew from parts of the West Bank.
  • Second Palestinian Intifada

    Second Palestinian Intifada
    Palestinians launched suicide bombers and other attacks on Israelis in 2000. The resulting violence lasted for many years, until a cease-fire was reached. Israel announced a plan to remove all of their people Jewish settlements from the Gaza strip by the end of 2005
  • Hamas wars

    Hamas wars
    Israel has been involved in repeated violence with Hamas, a Sunni Islamist militant group that assumed Palestinian power in 2006. Some of the more significant conflicts took place beginning in 2008, 2012 and 2014
  • Israel Today

    Israel Today
    Clashes between Israelis and Palestinians are still commonplace. Key territories of land are divided, but some are claimed by both groups. For instance, they both cite Jerusalem as their capital. Both groups blame each other for terror attacks that kill civilians. While Israel doesn’t officially recognize Palestine as a state, more than 135 UN member nations do.
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