Arab Israeli conflict

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  • Post WWII
  • PALESTINE
  • WOOF
  • You took OUR land!
  • I just want this to end, so many people are being needlessly killed.
  • Please help! Britain can't handle this!
  • We'll take it from here.
  • No! Its ours!
  • ISRAEL
  • Partition Plan?
  • The U.N has come up with a solution. A partition plan that will divide territories giving you all equal amounts of land.
  • Unjust!
  • We're the majority!
  • We should get more!
  • Peace. Maybe?
  • I guess?
  • Not ideal, but if it really is the best solution...
  • Resulting Conflicts
  • You shoot, we shoot too!
  • After WWII, the fight for land between the Jews and the Palestinians became so chaotic, that Britain had to give up their power of Palestine to the U.N. People either wanted land for their country, or wanted the conflict to end.
  • Opposition Groups
  • Don't tolerate injustice!
  • The U.N suggested a partition plan that would give both Palestine and Israel their own territories. The Palestinians were not pleased and refused the offer, and the Israelis were hopeful yet skeptical, but still wanted to give it a try.
  • Terrorism
  • Help!
  • After the Jews declared the state of Israel in 1948, lots of fighting arose. There were even more resulting conflicts such as the Six Day War and the Yom Kippor War, almost all of which Israel was victor.
  • Restoring Peace
  • Because of Israeli dominance, palestine was not pleased. Many opposition groups were set up such as the P.L.O. whose goal was to set up palestinian state. Another was Hamas, who wanted to set up Islamic fundametalism and clear jews from Israel.
  • We want our own territory!
  • Join the P.L.O.
  • Fight back!
  • The tactics of these groups revolved around terrorist activity. One of the worst violent events between Palestine and Israel was the intifada in 1987. Also known as the Shaking off. It started from the uprising of Palestinians and the violent reaction of the Israelis.
  • WOOF?
  • Please, we have a child.
  • There have been many efforts to restore peace. For example, in 1993, agreements were made between, Israeli leader Yitzhak Rabin and P.L.O leader Yasser Arafat. Today, conflict may arrise and it is important to aknowlage that it is an ongoing conflict.
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