A history of the conflict between the arabs and the jews

The invasion was a military success, as PLO forces were pushed north of the river. After this, the Palestinian Authority formed and took over some territories in Israel.

Sela,Israel clearly had the military victory over both Syria and Egypt, but it suffered a large blow to morale as well as substantial human casualties.

arab israeli conflict summary

It essentially calls for full withdrawal, solution of the refugee problem through the Palestinian " right of return ", a Palestinian state with its capital in East Jerusalem in return for fully normalized relations with the whole Arab world.

The Arabic form of the name is Palestine. The number of Jewish refugees from Arab countries is estimated to be a million.

During this time, the United States airlifted military supplies to Israel while the Soviet Union airlifted military supplies to Egypt. The absence of legitimate reasons gives us a clue. Satan is the great deceiver. The conflict, however, reaches further back in history than the time of Ishmael and Isaac.

Arab israeli conflict causes

Consequently, the Arab population of Palestine swelled by the influx of Arab immigrants from Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, and other Arab countries until The trend of Arab migration into Israel to find a job continues to the present day. Arab refugees were intentionally not integrated into the Arab lands to which they fled, despite the fact total territory of Arab countries is about times greater than that of Israel. So, what is the cause of the Arab-Israeli conflict? Most observers think this would cause more problems than it would solve, but this outcome is becoming more likely over time for political and demographic reasons. During the Gulf War in , Iraq fired 39 Scud missiles into Israel, in the hopes of uniting the Arab world against the coalition which sought to liberate Kuwait. In Libya , Jews were deprived of citizenship, and in Iraq, their property was seized. The United States sought a middle way by supporting the United Nations resolution, but also encouraging negotiations between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East. Today's Palestinian refugees are the descendants of those who left, the responsibility for their exodus being a matter of dispute between the Israeli and the Palestinian side. The invasion was a military success, as PLO forces were pushed north of the river. In December , the First Intifada began. The people of modern day Israel share the same language and culture shaped by the Jewish heritage and religion passed through generations starting with the founding father Abraham. However, under strong pressure from the US, which feared direct Israeli involvement would threaten the unity of the coalition, Israel did not retaliate against Iraq and the multinational coalition ousted Iraqi forces from Kuwait. In June , Israel invaded Lebanon.

The United States did not become directly involved with the armistice negotiations, but hoped that instability in the Middle East would not interfere with the international balance of power between the Soviet Union and the United States.

InIsrael annexed the Golan Heights, but Syria continued to claim it as territory. Saudi Arabia sent a formation that fought under the Egyptian command.

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