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Conflicts Of SouthWest Asia Creating Physical Boundaries
Updated: 2/20/2019
Conflicts Of SouthWest Asia Creating Physical Boundaries
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  • The Holocaust's impact on the boundaries of Southwest Asia
  • How the Two Areas Controversy Resulted in a Wall being built
  • How The Wall Has Been Effected after Recent Conflicts
  • After the Holocaust/World War 2 in 1947 the U.N. put the surviving Jews in Southwest Asia. The area was called Israel.
  • After the Jews migrated to Israel it became a great controversy for Palestine since those people were already living there. Violence from Palestine then became an issue and it resulted in two intifadas and many suicide bombings. After the second intifada September, 2000 Israel became more aggressive and put up a wall around the west bank to stop the violence.
  • From the Israeli West Bank Barrier being built in past times to now there's been conflicts between Palestine and Israel, because of the wall Palestine has reduced freedom, reduced number of Israel defense checkpoints and road closures, loss of land, and increased difficulty of medical influences and educational inferences. Israel though believes that it keeps away terrorist attacks which according to calculations it does, from 2003 there were 293 killed and 1900 injured to the end of 2006 where there was a decrease of 64 people killed and 445 injured because the wall is being built. As it's becoming a controversy for Palestine the wall is only getting larger in size for Israel to put a stop to terrorist attacks that Palestinians are apart of.
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