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    Ironically, the displacement of Palestinians, from the late 19th century forwards, is in turn removing the scattering of Jews with the State of Israel. Thus, Palestinians have to turn elsewhere, to become refugees and immigrants in other countries. Susan Abulhawa’s first novel Mornings In Jenin explores the 4 generations of a single Palestinian family, the Abulhejas, who existed before Israel was established in Palestine in the 1960s. In the small village of Ein Hod, Susan starts with a prominent

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    Olo Accords Case Study

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    1991 which was carried out from 30th October to 1st November 1991 in Madrid, Spain, attempted to revive the Israeli–Palestinian peace process through negotiations, involving Israel and the Palestinians as well as Arab countries, including Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. The conference in Madrid established two directions for the peace talks: an Israeli-Arab track and an Israeli Palestinian track. However these talks were insufficient since the PLO was excluded from participation. The new course in foreign

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    depiction of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a way full of hope and peace and to avoid blood and aggression between the two sides. This is what I meant from the title "Professionalism and simplicity." Estibal emphasized on the importance to increase people's awareness towards this significant issue, that killed thousands of innocent people who could have worked and lived together a peaceful life, and to make them raise their voice and demand the rights of these people who still live there under

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    In Wild Thorns, Sahar Khalifeh uses the absurdities of war to emphasize how the Palestinian Occupation is a war within the Palestinian community, and between the Palestinian and Israeli community. The product of such an environment is the psychological factors of tension, helplessness, sacrifice, and solidarity. Khalifeh’s characters from the Palestinian city of Nablus express these behaviors. Through her bittersweet novel, she invites readers to assess how the Occupation creates an individual to

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    existing problem in various situations. Realism theory and the dependency theory will be used to explain the existing conflict between Israel and Palestine. It will also be able to justify the use of force by the Israeli government when dealing with Palestinian Hamas. Realism theory in the Israeli and Palestine conflict Realism theory explains how states are selfish, struggle to gain power and succeed in acquiring its national interests in the international system. Realists identify world politics as

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    Introduction: The Israeli Palestinian conflict has continued for over fifty years now. The representation of this conflict had found various means ranging from literary productions, artistic exhibition, and different genres such as memoirs, novels, films, and testimonies. Palestinians narratives and cinema sought to represent Palestinian cultural memory and the trauma caused by the Israeli settler colonialism. Over the last years the term “cultural memory” emerged to describe the multifaceted ways

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    that even today the Palestinian people are fighting for a Palestine. We have chosen to use Foucault's thoughts about power relations and Hannah Arendt’s thoughts on dignity in order to look at and analyse the power relationship between the Israeli government and the Palestinian people living on the oPt called the West Bank, further more we will be using the Danish radio programme “Arabic voices: As the Palestinians sees it” because we want to examine the conflicts young Palestinians can meet during their

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    from the Zionists and Jewish the United Nations Partition Plan was introduced in order to prevent the conflict set between the Zionists and Jewish who desperately were fighting for their ‘promised land’. Instead of acting democratically and letting people decide as they wish, the United Nations decided to use the medieval modus operandi and divide the land. The final advocate was to give away 55% of Palestine to the Jewish, notwithstanding the fact that they occupied 30% of the population and possessed

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    The Separation Wall

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    of a Palestinian state within the confines of these territories, thereby destroying Palestinian hopes of freedom and independence, such as the confiscation of land for military purposes in addition to the ingoing expansion of illegal settlement throughout the occupied territories and the Separation Wall. Thus, one of the crises which committed as part of the Israeli Occupation of Palestine that constitutes International Law crimes and considered one of the most dangerous crises on Palestinian people

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    Even though the novel’s protagonist, Hend, lived in a conservative, Egyptian Bedouin family and always had the urge to break free, she still felt out of place in America. While in Brooklyn, she is reminded everyday of her small village and the people who influenced her personality. The concept al-Tahawy tried to promote in her novel are of how the feelings of displacement and exile haunts all those who managed to live in different countries other than their homelands. Through the different stories

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    Jews would be given autonomy to take decisions for their purposes. Jabotinsky believed that if the British government surveyed the land of Palestine and determined the land that could be used to farm would benefit both the Zionist Jews and the Palestinian Arabs. Not only would they provide opportunities in agriculture, Jabotinsky also envisioned industrial development arising which would provide

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    Falafel Research Paper

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    falafel is an Arab dish that was appropriated by Israeli Jews - "an act of cultural appropriation said to mirror other forms of Israeli violence against Palestinians". This is due to the assumption that falafel has a long history and mark in Arab culture and politics, and that Jewish immigrants in Middle East in its to erase its Arab or Palestinian roots started calling it an Israeli food. As for Prof. Stampfer, the greatest significance of falafel is how the food helped Jewish immigrants adopt a

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    Anti-Semitism and Discrimination of the Jewish People Before and Leading up to WW1 Anti-Semitism in the dictionary means hostility to or prejudice against Jews. It has been a problem for the Jewish people ever since the times of the Egyptian Pharaoh’s and there on to about World War 2. The Pharaohs believed that the rapid growth of the Israelite people was a problem waiting to happen because they were thought to side with Egypt’s enemies. The Jewish people do not have a place to call their own so they

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    Dbq Jewish Independence

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    their contradictory promises to Jews and Palestinian Arabs were difficult to reconcile. The Zionists envisioned opening emigration on a large-scale and some spoke of a Jewish state encompassing all Palestine. However, the Palestinians refused Britain’s offer of their country to a third party when they do not own it. .

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    Reconquista Era Analysis

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    If one were to look into an hourglass at any period of time, one will never fail to see at least two conflicting authorities. Conflicting authorities are one of the main sources to the shaping of history and the effects it produces. If one were to point the hourglass into the 15th century Royal court of King Ferdinand II and Queen Isabella, one could see the Royal policy clashing with the social tensions. The Reconquista Era consist of a traditional royal court of Jewish descent at war with the

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    of the crusader army returned to Europe rather than staying in the new crusader states which indicates that they didn 't join in order to gain land. However just because the crusaders made no money doesn 't prove that greed didn 't inspire people to join. People buy lottery tickets all the time and many never win. Just because they don 't turn a profit doesn 't prove that they didn 't buy a ticket to make money. Also the fact that most of the army returned to Europe doesn 't prove that they didn

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    Essay On Israel Conflict

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    The Israeli Palestinian conflict Jacob barker The Israel Palestine conflict is one that existed for centuries. The location of Israel is the birthplace of many religions and wars the land has been fought over for centuries. Now the two people that are in this area are fighting over dominance. The two peoples(Jewish people and the Palestinians) have been fighting for years, but with no clear end in sight. The neighbors of Israel want the conflict to stop, but they all have different endings

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    The Iron Cage Book Review

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    BOOK REVIEW THE IRON CAGE: THE STORY OF THE PALESTINIAN STRUGGLE FOR STATEHOOD BY RASHID KHALIDI The question of Palestinian statehood has increasingly become a principal concern for states and for the understanding of the international framework. Reactions to the Palestinian predicament are immensely different in the Western World and in the Arab World. Rashid Khalidi acknowledges this difference in approach and response by the two worlds and the inconveniences stemming therefrom in his book

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    At Night Poem Analysis

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    Officially, the goal of the Israeli operation in Lebanon was to define the establishment of peace and security for the Northern territories of the country. However, this goal is only partially met reality. The main goal was to crush the Palestinian resistance movement, the center of territorial dislocation which after the bloody clashes of 1970 in Jordan became Lebanon. Certainly understanding that Israeli soldiers were sent not to their war arose, within the Israeli army, and chiefly within the

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    Operation Thunder Sabbath

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    independence, numerous Arab nations made it clear that they would go to extreme lengths to prevent the establishment of the Jewish state. A coalition of four Arab countries - Egypt, Syria, Trans-Jordan and Iraq - and Palestinian forces immediately attacked Israel, in what became known as the Palestinian War. Numerous wars followed and continue to, up until the present day. Apart from constant conflict with the Arab nations, Israel had also been the victim of unrelenting terrorist attacks, both within its borders

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