Israel in the Cold WAr

Israel in the Cold WAr
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  • The Cold War caused a dispute that carried on to the present day. The Israeli-Palestine Conflict is still a large problem. During the Cold War, the Partition Resolution gave Israel 55% of shared land and 45% to Palestine, which caused fighting. This would result in Israel fighting Palestine and winning their first war.
  • During the Cold War, the United States and Soviet Union were in a constant fight for power over Israel. The U.S. opinion on the current capital of Israel is a left-over power fight from the Cold War. Israel was a constant battle ground for the two countries. They fought over whether or not Israel should even have independence. This caused a spread disagreement over the allegience of Israel.
  • The United States and the Soviet Union were in a constant battle for the independence of Israel. After Israel gained their independence, the U.S. and the Soviet Union fought for Israel to be their ally. When Israel did gain their independence, it was at the beginning of the Cold War. 
  • After Israel gained independence, the U.S. and the Soviet Union were in constant battle for Israeli alliance. This caused disputes between the other countries and who they would ally with. Palestine would want to be in an alliance with the opposite country of Israel.
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  • At the beginning of the Cold War, Israel was very communist and sided with the Soviet Union. Then when they became less communist, they became more friendly with the United States. After becoming friends with the U.S., the Israeli army was armed by them.
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