Why do Israel and Palestine fight?


Map of Israel
Map of Israel

The fight between Palestine and Israel is a continuing process, and it is due to the various, wide-ranging reasons. The fight between these two countries started from the late 19th century onwards. The conflict started during the Ottoman Empire in Palestine in 1917. Arconflictabs who were ruled by the Ottoman empire felt that they are part of the overall Arab regions present in the whole world. They were unhappy that they were ruled by Ottoman Palestine, and the conflict started with a religious foundation and not a national basis. During the period between 1917 and 1948 in the period of the British Mandate of Palestine, the political parties were under the leadership of the British and were called Palestinians in English. During this period, the Jews began to migrate from Europe.

The Palestine-Israel conflict was known by the Arab and English people as the Arab and Jewish conflict over the land of Palestine. The same fight was called by the Jewish people as The Jewish-Arab conflict over Eretz Israel. Later in the period, from 1948 to 1967, the State of Israel was announced. After the State of Israel was formed, there was a six-day war in which the political bodies presented themselves in three forms. They are: Israel State, Gaza Strip controlled by Egypt, and the West Bank.

In 1967, the six-day war was held as clashes on the border between Syria and Israel. On the sixth day, Israel managed to proclaim a ceasefire and had the Golan Heights under its control. Israel also weakened the military in the Jerusalem area. The period between 1967 and 1993 was the time between the six-day war and the Oslo Accords when the parties stayed at the U.N. Partition Plan that was under the control of the State of Israel. The period between 1993 and 2000 ran starting with the Oslo Accords and ended with the Second Intifada when Israel remained along with the Palestinian Authority. During the period between 2000 and 2005, Israel arrested Area A zone people in the West Bank. After 2005, Israel withdrew unilaterally from the Gaza Strip which has led to a flourishing of Hamas that has taken control of the Gaza Strip by winning in elections.

Author: Hari M

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4 Responses

  1. Patty Beef

    January 4, 2012 2:44 am

    First of all, Check the Grammer, this article is riddled with so many run on sentences and you really didn’t explain the subject. I left with more confusion than what I started with.

    Fix it, go to English class, have it proofread or don’t write any more articles.

    boo ya

  2. Pat Whitman

    July 27, 2012 4:43 pm

    I served as US soldier in West Germany, just before wall came down. I met Arab and Israeli college students in the 1970’s, while in college
    I have a poli sci degree and have military combat training for the middle east. A female college prof of mine knew the wife of Anwar Sadat and was teaching during the moment Mr. Sadat was assassinated.
    So, as far as real experience, you would try to tell me, What?
    And as a US Soldier, I saw the Dachau Konsentration Kamp. And you would tell me about what?


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