Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Essay by The Research Group

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
An examination of the background since 1948, the occupied territories, the intifadeh uprising, the PLO, Israeli politics and self-determination.
# 20484 | 2,250 words | 8 sources | 1993 | US
Published on Mar 20, 2003 in History (Middle Eastern)


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"The Palestinian-Israeli conflict is a festering annoyance to forty-five years of Israeli statehood. It is the insipid struggle of two peoples searching for stability in the form of homeland and international recognition as a state, and it happens to involve the same piece of real estate. Both groups have been victims of a "diaspora"--the dispersion of a singular nation into the midst of many others. Israel's was centuries old prior to the partitioning of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states by the United Nations in May 1948. That of the Palestinians effectively began at the same time Israel's was seemingly coming to an end.


Almost as suddenly as Israel declared its independence and statehood n 1948 did five Arab states surrounding it attack with the intent to wipe out Israel once and for all eternity. Egypt..."

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