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Arab-Israeli Conflict

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Kris Olson

on 4 April 2018

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Arab-Israeli Conflict
What are some names for people who live in this area?
Use the word bank on your handout to fill in the names that describe each group of people.
Compromise is difficult when you disagree about one thing, let alone SIX. Summarize each roadblock in one or two words using the pie chart on your handout.
What has happened over time to the Palestinian lands?
How has Israel changed over time?
Roadblocks
Jerusalem is the shared capital.
Israelis
Jews
Hebrews
Palestinians
Muslims
Arabs


Follow the directions on your handout to label the two maps.

Shade the
Palestinian
land
ORANGE
and the
Israeli
land
GREEN
.

Gazans
Hamas
Palestine

All Palestinians are Arabs.
Most are Muslims because they practice Islam.
Palestinians who live in the Gaza Strip are Gazans.
Hamas governs the Gaza Strip and sometimes uses violence to resist Israeli rule.

Watch the enrichment video clip. Summarize what you learned in 2-3 sentences on your worksheet.
Israel

Most Israelis are Jews.
Some are religious and some are not.
Hebrew is the language of Israel and the Torah.

Palestine

All Palestinians are Arabs.
Most are Muslims because they practice Islam.
Palestinians who live in the Gaza Strip are Gazans.
Hamas governs the Gaza Strip and sometimes uses violence to resist Israeli rule.
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