Conflict Between Palestine And Israel

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Demolitions, since 1967, Israel has demolished more than 26,000 Palestinian-owned structures in the occupied Palestinian territory.” Additionally, between 1967 and 2011 over 14,000 Palestinians had their residency rights in Jerusalem revoked and have thus permanently lost their right to live in or even visit the city of their birth.” The disruption of life “as normal” has a drastic influence the cultural underpinnings of the nation. Very different from their former life, Israel now has legal control over their holdings and they live constantly wary of further negative influence “…in addition to the official 300-meter restricted access area, Israeli forces conduct regular raids one and two kilometers into Gaza and constantly monitor all areas up to two kilometers into Gaza. The land included in the restricted access area accounts for 17 percent of the total Gaza land area and includes 35 percent of Gaza’s agricultural land.” These problems do not simply breed bad feelings between the nations now but the constant state of tension between Palestine and Israel creates a long lasting state of aggression in the future generations which facilitate more violence and chaos than before. “Research conducted by Save the Children UK in 2009 found that up to 70 percent of all households living near the restricted access area had been displaced at least once since 2000”. Now, children are being shifted from their homes and stability to an unstable climate. As these social issues became
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