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Jewish Nationalism And The Zionist
1,644 wordsThe study of international relations is very broad and complex. It is the study of nations and states and how they are formed. It is also the study of measures, such as revolutions and wars, that create different nations and states and the reasons behind such measures. One important concept in international relations is the view of nationalism. Nationalism is a part of every nation and state and thus is relevant to each country. An important geographical area where nationalism relates directly t...
Palestinian Arabs And Israeli Jews
3,395 wordsThe Arab-Israeli conflict is a struggle between the Jewish state of Israel and the Arabs of the Middle East concerning the area known as Palestine. The term Palestine has been associated variously and sometimes controversially with this small region. Both the geographic area designated by and the political status of the name have changed over the course of some three millennia. The region, or a part of it, is also known as the Holy Land and is held sacred among Jews, Christians, and Muslims. In ...
Arabs And The Jews
732 wordsThe conflict between the Palestinians and the Israelis erupted after the partition made by Great Britain on November 29, 1947. Immediately after the decision to make Israel a separate, independent state, there were massive attacks on both sides. Upon reading the first set of articles, I felt that the Palestine's unnecessarily attacked the Jews and that they deserved the land being given to them. But the first set of articles I read were incredibly biased toward the Jewish perspective and, I thin...
Hostility Between The Arabs And The Jews
811 wordsWhat is the world coming to? People fighting over land! But this is what has been happening in the Middle East for a century. The Jews want Palestine yet the Arabs want it to, but who should have the rightful claim to it? For the best part of the century this conflict has been a very complex problem with important ramifications for the international community. Both have religious foundations in Palestine, which have caused a lot of unease. The Arabs say that they have lived in the vicinity for a...
Main Causes Of The Arab Israeli Conflict
447 wordsArab Isralie Conflict It all started in 135 A.D. with diaspora, this was the first step in the Arab / Israeli conflict. The main causes of the Arab / Israeli conflict are number one: religious differences, and number two: both sides claim the same territory as their homeland. The need for nationalism in the middle east is great, because of Hertz le and the Zionist movement. (The Zionist movement is the belief that the Jews should have their own home land.) The arab nationalists feel the same way...
The Creation Of Israel
702 wordsWould you agree that the creation of Israel in May 1948 has been the most important event in shaping the present situation in the Arab Israeli conflict? One cause of the current conflict between the Arabs and the Israelis is the creation of Israel in 1948. There are lots of other important factors, which have contributed to this major area of dispute and hostility between the Arabs and Israelis; a dispute is still far from conciliation. In 1947 the UN discussed the future of Palestine and a deci...
Conflicts Of The Jews And The Arabs
1,684 wordsHistory Of Arab Israeli Conflict Are the Jews entitled to the nation of Israel, or should the land be given back to the Arabs to redevelop Palestine? This question is what I believe the War on Terrorism, is based on. The Jews and the Arabs are fighting over land that they believe is their own based on many factors, some even biblical ones. Much has been done to solve the tension between the two groups but neither groups finds the resolutions to be fair. This essay serves to discuss some of the f...
Flaring Tempers Of The Jews And Arabs
1,221 wordsHate. Anger. Confusion. Power. War. All of these are words can be used to describe the Arab-Israeli conflict, but no words have can describe an effective way to solve it. Since the creation of Israel, a never-ending struggle between the Arabs and Israelis has taken place. This has more than often resulted in violent measures causing countless deaths. Numerous peace talks have been had, but almost all agreements have crumbled. Since the Jews persecution by the Nazis, the Jewish refugees were forc...
Balfour's Wording Of The Declaration
1,101 wordsArthur James Balfour And The Balfour Declaration Arthur James Balfour And The Balfour Declaration Highly recognised for his continuous support of the establishment of a Jewish national homeland in Palestine and the Balfour Declaration, Arthur James Balfour is one of the most prominent individual figures that contributed to the seemingly inevitable declaration of the State of Israel in 1948. The Balfour declaration added a new dimension and even greater complications to the conflict between the A...
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