The Isreali and Palestine Conflict

  • UN partition of Palestine

    UN partition of Palestine
    The United Nations Partition a Plan for Palestine. This plan set borders.
  • Palestinian bombed Israel

    Palestinian bombed Israel
    The Palestinians bombed the Gazstrip in Israel
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  • Establishment of Israel

    Establishment of Israel
    On May 14, 1948 David Ben Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the sdtablishment ot the state of Isreal.
  • Arab-Israeli War

    Arab-Israeli War
    The Arab-Israeli War of 1948 broke out when five Arab nations invaded territory in the former Palestinian mandate immediately following the announcement of the independence of the state of Israel on May 14, 1948. In 1947, and again on May 14, 1948, the United States had offered de facto recognition of the Israeli Provisional Government, but during the war, the United States maintained an arms embargo against all belligerents
  • 1949 Armistice Agreements

    a set of agreements singed during 1949 between Isreal, Eygpt, Lebonon, Jordan, Syria
  • July 26, Egypt

    July 26, Egypt
    Egypt takes control of Suez Canal
  • Israel attack

    Israel attack
    Israel launches attack on Egypts Sinai Peninsula and drives toward Suez Canal
  • Guerrilla warfare operations

    Guerrilla warfare operations
    The Cairo-born Yasser Arafat forms Fatah to conduct guerrilla warfare operations against Israel.
  • The Ba'ath Party takes over.

    The Ba'ath Party takes over.
    In a new wave of Arab socialism, the Ba'ath party takes power in Iraq and Syria. Among the key targets of the Ba'ath is the support of the Palestinian cause.
  • PLO

    The Palestinian Liberation Organization is formed.
  • Battle of Karameh

    Battle of Karameh
    Israel fights the Battle of Karameh against Fatah and Jordanian forces.
  • School bus massacre

    School bus massacre
    On may 8th a the Palestinian attacked a school bus. 32 children died and 9 get hurt
  • Hijacked Airplane

    Hijacked Airplane
    A Sabena airplane from Vienna to Tel Aviv was hijacked by four members of Black September and held at Lod airport. The hijackers demanded the release of 100 Palestinian prisoners. Israeli paratroopers disguised as mechanics entered the aircraft, killed two of the hi-jackers and released 90 passengers.
  • Jerusalem Bombed

    Jerusalem Bombed
    Ben Yuda Sreet in Jerusalem is bombed
  • Ben Yehuda Street bomed

    Ben Yehuda Street bomed
    May 3 - Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem is bombed by Palestinian terrorists. 33 civilians are injured.
  • Operation Entebbe

    Operation Entebbe
    Operation Entebbe. Air France Flight 139, originating in Tel Aviv, took off from Athens, Greece, heading for Paris. It was hijacked by four terrorists (two from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and two from the radical German militant group Revolutionary Cells). Israel performed a rescue mission to free the 248 passengers and 12 crew members held hostage at Entebbe Airport in Uganda.
  • Ali Hassan Salameh killed

    Ali Hassan Salameh killed
    Ali Hassan Salameh, head of Yasir Arafat's security unit, Force 17, killed by an Israeli car bomb in Beirut.
  • Iraeli- Eygpt Peace Treaty

    Iraeli- Eygpt Peace Treaty
    Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty. Egypt becomes the first Arab country to officially recognize Israel.
  • Isreal Launches Operation Peace

    Isreal Launches Operation Peace
    May15, 1982: Israel launches Operation Peace for Galilee into southern Lebanon. Israel claims the invasion was in order to remove PLO forces after several violations of a cease-fire, most notably an assassination attempt against Israel's ambassador to the United Kingdom, Shlomo Argov, by the Abu Nidal Organization. Israel is allied with the Lebanese Christian army against the PLO, Syria, and Muslim Lebanese. As a result of the war, the PLO leadership is driven from Lebanon and relocates to Tunis
  • First Palestine Suiside Attack

    First Palestine Suiside Attack
    First Palestinian suicide attack inside Israel's borders: Tel Aviv Jerusalem bus 405 massacre.
  • Oslo Accords

    Oslo Accords
    In 1993, Israeli officials led by Yitzhak Rabin and Palestinian leaders from the Palestine Liberation Organization led by Yasser Arafat strove to find a peaceful solution through what became known as the Oslo peace process
  • Troop Withdraw

    Troop Withdraw
    Israel and PLO sign the Hebron account, which calls for the withdrawal of troops from Hebron. Hebron is located in the bottom of the West Bank.
  • Camp David Summit

    Camp David Summit
    In July 2000, US President Bill Clinton convened a peace summit between Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak.
  • Taba Summit

    Taba Summit
    The Israeli negotiation team presented a new map at the Taba Summit in Taba, Egypt in January 2001.
  • Map for Peace

    Map for Peace
    One peace proposal, presented by the Quartet of the European Union, Russia, the United Nations and the United States on 17 September 2002, was the Road Map for Peace.
  • Two-State Solution

    Two-State Solution
    In 2007 a majority of both Israelis and Palestinians, according to a number of polls, preferred the two-state solution over any other solution as a means of resolving the conflict.
  • Four Men Shot

    Four Men Shot
    The IDF killed four men in a week.