The Israel-Palestine Conflict
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This paper examines how the core of the Israel-Palestine conflict is the State of Israel,created when, in 1947, UN decided to split Palestine into two separate Arab and Jewish states. It discusses how the countries have since not seen peace, how there is constant conflict, and how Palestinians have waged a never-ending war with Israel and vice versa. It analyzes how the countries are now interlinked due to this major conflict, and all efforts of bringing peace to this region have failed. The author proposes a potential two-state solution to the problem similar to the one implemented in India and Pakistan.
From the Paper:"Peace talks which had been going on for several years led to the historic agreements between Israel and the PLO led by Yasser Arafat, in Sept. 1993. The Palestine Liberation Organization agreed to the existence of Israel while Israel recognized PLO as the Palestinians' representative. The two later signed an agreement on September 13 which allowed limited Palestinian self-rule and the West Bank and Gaza. (Heilbrunn, 1995) The country in a bid to achieve more political stability in the region signed an agreement with Jordan in 1994, which brought an end to the 46-years of war and conflict between the two states. On October 26, that year a formal peace treaty was signed."
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