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Israel- Palistine Conflict

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Phillip Glass-Hess

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Transcript of Israel- Palistine Conflict

Israel- Palestine Conflict

Define the objective
What if we do nothing?
Idea 1
Idea 2
WWII to 1990
Describe the desired state
WWII to 1990 Continued
THIS IS THE END
Ancient Israel
Israeli Independence
UN votes to partition land between Zionists and Palestinians.
Zionists accept but Palestinians do not.
Palestinian Arabs lose land to Zionists.
Israel gains independence in 1948.
Six Day War 1967
Egyptian President, Nasser, pushed into war with Israel
Israeli preemptive Airstrike and Sinai Peninsula on June 5th
Jordanians and the West Bank
Syria and the Golan Heights
War over on June 10th
Rise of Palestinian Liberation Organization
Yom Kippur War 1973
Egypt and Syria plan surprise attack
Israel's weakened response
Israel prevails
The 1990's
More Attempts
Wye River Memorandum - 1998
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Camp David Accords 1978
Sadat visits Israel
Carter invites Sadat and Begin for peace talks
An agreement is reached
The First Intifada 1987
Israeli control
Rioting begins
PLO establishes Palestinian state in 1988
Israel today
Israeli population by ethnic background:

Jewish 75.1%
(of which Israel-born 73.6%, Europe/America/Oceania-born 17.9%, Africa-born 5.2%, Asia-born 3.2%),

non-Jewish 24.9%
(mostly Arab)
(2012 est.)
Palestine today
West Bank
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
By: Aza Sabot, Adam Donadeo, Phillip Glass-Hess, Hector Barraza
Timeline breakdown

Biblical times-pre WWII, Aza

WWII-1990's, Adam

1990-911, Phillip

911- current, Hector
1991- Madrid Confrence
1993-95 - Oslo Accords
Ancient Israel
1000-587 BCE "Period of Kings"
587 BCE - Babylonian
538-333 BCE - Persian
333-63 BCE - Hellenistic
63 BCE-313 CE - Roman
313-636 - Byzantine
636-1099 - Arab
1099-1291 - Crusaders
1291-1516 - Mamluk
Ancient Israel
2000-05, conflict breaks out between Israel and Hamas fighters
Camp David Summit- 2000
Failure.
Ended first Intifada
Failure
what in the world... I want one.
Does it come in forest MARPAT?
probably not.
We should leave these up for our prezi....

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Crappy ACU ---->
And here --->
And here..
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Ugg... god this camo sucks ---->

7,821,850 (July 2014 est.)
99th most populous country on the globe
note: approximately 341,400 Israeli settlers live in the West Bank (2012); approximately 18,900 Israeli settlers live in the Golan Heights (2012); approximately 196,400 Israeli settlers live in East Jerusalem (2011)
Population breakdown by faith:
Jewish 75.1%, Muslim 17.4%, Christian 2%, Druze 1.6%, other 3.9% (2012 est.)
West Bank and Gaza Strip are Israeli-occupied with current status subject to the Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement - permanent status to be determined through further negotiation; Israel continues construction of a "seam line" separation barrier along parts of the Green Line and within the West Bank; Israel withdrew its settlers and military from the Gaza Strip and from four settlements in the West Bank in August 2005; Golan Heights is Israeli-occupied (Lebanon claims the Shab'a Farms area of Golan Heights); since 1948, about 350 peacekeepers from the UN Truce Supervision Organization headquartered in Jerusalem monitor ceasefires, supervise armistice agreements, prevent isolated incidents from escalating, and assist other UN personnel in the region
Gaza Strip
Palestinian Arab and other 83%, Jewish 17%
2,731,052 (July 2014 est.)

142nd most populous country in the world
Refugees (country of origin): 754,411 (Palestinian refugees (UNRWA)) (2014)
160,000 (persons displaced within both the Gaza strip and the West Bank since 1967; as estimated by unofficial sources) (2011)
Palestinian Arab
1,816,379 (July 2014 est.)
Refugees (country of origin): 1,240,082 (Palestinian refugees (UNRWA)) (2014)
Military expenditures: 5.69% of GDP (2012)
#4 in the world in defense spending
Hamas does not have a conventional military in the Gaza Strip, but maintains security forces in addition to its military wing, the 'Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades; the military wing reports to the external Hamas Political Bureau leadership, which has been in exile in Cairo and Doha since closing its Damascus headquarters in late 2011 (2013)
NOAM CHOMSKY on 9/11 ten years later
Part 1
Part 2
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