Israel And Palestine Arab-Israeli Conflict

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This book of The conflict between Palestinian Arabs and Zionist (now Israeli)Jews is a modern phenomenon, dating to the end of thenineteenth century. Although the two groups have differentreligions (Palestinians include Muslims, Christians and Druze),religious differences are not the cause of the strife. The conflictbegan as a struggle over land. From the end of World War I until1948, the area tha...

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ps claimed was known internationallyas Palestine. That same name was also used to designate aless well-defined “Holy Land” by the three monotheisticreligions. Following the war of 1948–1949, this landwas divided into three parts: the State of Israel, theWest Bank (of the Jordan River) and the Gaza Strip.It is a small area—approximately 10,000square miles, or about the size of the stateof Maryland. The competing claims to theterritory are not reconcilable if one groupexercises exclusive political control over allof it. Jewish claims to this land are basedon the biblical promise to Abraham andhis descendants, on the fact that theland was the historical site of the ancientJewish kingdoms of Israel and Judea, andon Jews’ need for a haven from Europeananti-Semitism. Palestinian Arab claims to theland are based on their continuous residencein the country for hundreds of years and the factthat they represented the demographic majorityuntil 1948. They reject the notion that a biblical-erakingdom constitutes the basis for a valid modern claim. If Arabsengage the biblical argument at all, they maintain that sinceAbraham’s son Ishmael is the forefather of the Arabs, then God’spromise of the land to the children of Abraham includes Arabsas well. They do not believe that they should forfeit their landto compensate Jews for Europe’s crimes against Jews.