Thus, the Babylonians were free to expand and to continue to put pressure on the Kingdom of Elam. Subsequently, they conquered the city of Susa in Elam. It is this change of the balance of powers in the Middle East which enabled Ramses II (1279-1213 BCE) to establish a process of peace with the Hittites, despite the defeat of the battle of Kadesh (1274 BCE). The Egyptians had a period of peace until the arrival of the Peoples of the Sea (mentioned in an inscription the "Kadesh registration" in 1275 BCE). Subsequently, the Levant and the Egyptians were occupied with the People of the Sea (especially from the reign of Merneptah, 1213-1203 BCE).
God has already neutralized the Muslims, but the world forces are claiming credit, and the mother of all compromises has been worked out. All the world has agreed to parcel out the Middle East in ways that suit themselves, but because they do not trust each other, all the troops from all the nations stay exactly as they were in Israel. But there is a mighty problem: Israel. The agreed compromise cannot work without the consent of Israel and Israel is not buying it. The beast now comes into play and appoints a Jew, highly recommended by Israel, to be the supreme commander of all the disparate armies in Israel, and even China agrees, finding the Jewish supreme commander acceptable, and acquiring for herself the choice of several high-ranking positions in the supreme command structure.
The new course in foreign policy of Israel paved the way for further negotiations which took place in Oslo in 1993. Three public figures contributed into the change in Israeli politics: Yitzhak Rabin, Shimon Peres and Yossi Beilin. Peres and Beilin were able to overcome skepticism of Rabin what opened a new page in the Middle East peace process. Before Oslo Accords, Israel was rejecting any possibilities of direct communication with the PLO. Oslo I.
As from the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948 “ the Palestinian refugee issue is one of the most central and politically sensitive dimensions of the Israeli-Palestian conflict”. During the first Arab-Israeli war between 1947 and 1949 more than 750,000 Palestinians fled or were forced to leave their homes. Twenty years later during the Six Days War against its Arab neighbours, Israel occupied the last Palestinian territory, the West Bank and Gaza and with it forced an other 300,000 Palestinians to leave. These people fled to the neighbouring Arabic states of Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Iran. Today the Palestinian community is assumed to be the largest national group among refugees worldwide.
Under the command of British officers including Lawrence, the Arabs were very successful in weakening the Hejaz Railway. They were able to destroy trains and their tracks, capture Ottoman troops and steal military supply which would later on aid them in their fight. The main goal of their attacks on the Railway is to lower the number of Ottoman troops and to destroy the routes in which the Ottomans can supply
Arabs refused to recognize Israel, Therefore the leveling of the religious tenssions have had a driving factor for tyranny in the Middle East. Also There was religious intolerance between both groups. The territory given to Israel contained many religious sites for both Arabs and Jews. The wars and tensions had taught the islamic states to be aware of the problems the people occur and that they should not be passive, they learned to strike first and strike hard. But Arab nations Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Iraq problems have caused major problems throughout the country to support the resistance of the pursuit in destroying
If she didn’t have an army to protect and defend her, then the Jewish state we know as Israel wouldn’t exist. The prime minister of Israel said in a speech, “We’re an ancient people. In our nearly 4,000 years of history, many have tried repeatedly to destroy the Jewish people. A powerful Persian viceroy named Haman, plotted to destroy the Jewish people some 2,500 years ago. But a courageous Jewish woman, Queen Esther, exposed the plot and gave for the Jewish people the right to defend themselves against their enemies.
The Jewish communities had been growing in Poland since the Middle Ages and had gotten to the point where they had their own “language, culture, religious and social institutions” (Conditions). The native-Polish citizens did not appreciate or like the Polish Jews in their