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    Israel Case Study

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    Israel gained their independence in 1948. 69 years later that have achieved more than most countries do in 200 years. Their history shows nothing but war and conflict all the way from the Biblical time frame. Israel has literally gone from rags to riches in such a short time. Israel’s Political, Military and Economic structures have developed tenfold in contrast to other countries that where established four times longer. Through Israel’s military, the government backing, and their ability to adapt

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    Israel received their independence in 1948, 69 years later they have surpassed more milestones than most countries do in 200 years. (Katz, 2017) Their history shows nothing but war and conflict all the way from the Biblical time frame to present day. Israel has gone from poverty to wealth in a brief duration of time. Israel’s Political, Military and Economic structures have developed tenfold in contrast to other countries that were established four times longer. Through Israel’s military, the

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    Security Council Resolution 242 (and resolution 338 made as an attempt to enforce 242), which tries to give away our land to a people who in their own charter (The Palestinian National Charter), called for the destruction of Israel. As stated in the Likud

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    The Israeli-Palestinian conflict can be seen from different perspectives, one of them being from the Likud party in the Israeli government. In particular, there are stances that Likud takes on the conflict. Right now, Benjamin Netanyahu is the Israeli Prime Minister, and his current approach to dealing with the conflict differs from the approach taken in 2009. The Likud party is considered hardliner and right-winged, meaning that it is harder to compromise with this political party due to their strict

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    Begin Vs Netanyahu

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    level of the provocation they willing to go. On Begin's second term, when the election campaign began in 1981, it was clear to all, that the LIKUD would return to the benches of the opposition. The government of the Likud was described as a government whose ministers were amateurs and its leader was not really a leader. After a stormy election campaign, the Likud won. One person brought victory - Menachem Begin. He drove from square to square, making sentences and slogans that questioned his sanity

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    Some studies on the Israel-Palestinian conflict postulate that the nature of the conflict has always been about land, meaning the partition of the holy land (e.g., Newman, 2002; Klieman, 2000; Alpher, 1995). But a tectonic shift occurred with the swift Israeli victory in the 6 day war of 1967, when Israel occupied the territories. Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories bar Gaza strip ( territorially miniscule) has morphed into a sort of colonialism as Israel has buil a number of settlements

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    For the last sixty years, the Palestinians and Israelis have been involved in a nearly non-stop game of tag, except this form of tag involves suicide bombers, Qassam rockets, hell fire missiles and tanks. This paper will examine how public opinion has affected the intricacies of this game of tag and attempt to prove that no matter who leads the Israeli government, the response to Palestinian aggression has always been violence in one degree or another. There are only two major Israeli political

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    had defined herself as "Radical liberal" or "Radical-social democrat" while Regev is a Right Wing-Nationalist. Aloni started her Political career at "Hamaa 'rach" and was one the cofounders of the left wing party "Meretz". Regev is a member of the "Likud" party. This comparison enables us to see the success of two very different woman to integrate in the Israeli politics holding harsh courageous opposing opinions. Miri Regev was born and raised in Kiryat Gat by the name of "Miriam Sibony". She started

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    ZIONISM’S GREATEST CONCEIT For a people whose traditions and rituals originate from the age of Egyptian pharaohs, modernity can be a relative term. The Jewish people have one of the oldest traditions of any culture on earth and have been a part of nearly every major civilization, from the ancient Egyptians, to the Persians, Romans, Byzantines, Ottomans and British empires. Over the centuries, they have traditions both of successful self-governance but also of persecution, hostility and exile

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    2) Hamas won legislative elections but lost the presidential election and it is the president who conducts negotiations. The reason was the electorate's disgruntlement with Fatah's corruption. Perhaps that is also a component of its failure to make peace? ME> Public opinion polls among Palestinians consistently show high levels of support for the two-state solution, which averaged 82-87% in 2000-07, while 73-77% favored reconciliation between the two peoples and 66-71% joint economic ventures between

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