Israel vs. Palestine. By Kaitlyn Alme , Andre Harris , Ryan Wileman , and Katie Weber. What is terrorism?. Terrorism is the use of violence to inflict fear or harm to citizens. TERRORISM. Terrorism is practiced by both Israelis and Palestinians . The Israelis are the Mossad
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Israel vs. Palestine
By Kaitlyn Alme, Andre Harris, Ryan Wileman, and Katie Weber
Terrorism is the use of violence to inflict fear or harm to citizens
Terrorism is practiced by both Israelis and Palestinians .
The Israelis are the Mossad
The Palestinians are many but the most known is the hammas
The Hammas: Suicide bombings, Bus bombs they go for heavily populated areas.
The Mossad: Considered Police but are very strict and often shoot to kill if there is resistance to arrest.
There has been many peace talks after wars to stop terrorism.
They have all failed and end up with more problems
To have freedom of religion(Israelis)
To have everyone covert to Muslim (Hammas)
To have the freedom of living wherever they want. (Both)
For TOTAL DESTRUCTION (Hammas)
Terrorists in Israel are getting financial funding from Al-Queda, Hezbullah, and the Taliban.
They have too many willing people, and the attacks lead to wars, which slow down Peace talks.
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In 7000 BC Jericho became the first place in Palestine where humans built dwellings for themselves and they also built a ten-meter high wall surround the city. So Jericho is considered to be the oldest continuously inhabited city on earth. “<http://www.webgaza.net/background/History_of_Palestine.htm> Gaza| Palestine | History of Palestine/ WebGaza.net Web. 17 Mar. 2011
the region has a long and tumultuous history as a crossroads for religion, culture, commerce, and politics. Human history in the region goes back 500,000 years or more, with civilization reaching the region shortly after the first city-states in Mesopotamia
Since that time the region has been controlled by numerous different peoples, including Ancient Egyptians, Canaanites, Ancient Israelites, Assyrians, Babylonians, Ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, the Sunni Arab Caliphate, the Shia Fatimid Caliphate, Crusaders, AyyubidsMameluks, Ottomans, the British and modern Israelis
Current Leader: MahmoudAbbasWeb. 21 Mar. 2011.
In Israel there isn't a constitution but a basic set of laws and usually they don’t apply to Palestine People
They believe that the Israelis took their home and that the only way to solve it would be to use violence and destruction of Israel. Many Palestinians nowadays believe that Israel is not really interested in reaching an arrangement, but rather interested in continuing to control the entire territory from the Mediterranean Sea to the Jordan River "Israeli-Palestinian Conflict - Theory." Home | Duke University. Web. 21 Mar. 2011. <http://www.duke.edu/~bph6/4theory.htm
Israel was made a country on May 15th,1948
The president is Shimon Peres
The Prime Minister is Benjamin Netanyahu
We are allies with Israel
The other countries don’t like that.
Israel doesn’t think that Palestinians should exist. They have mistreated Palestinians as much as they have mistreated them.
Nether people have respect for each other.
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No one is willing to accept other religions
They all claim Jerusalem to be their own
Not willing to share
Aren’t Open Minded
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Will be split based off of where the most of each group live
Voting will be based off of what state you belong to rather than where you live
United Nations gets control over Jerusalem
This will work because both groups can stay live in the country they claim to be theirs
Both Israel and Palestine will be included in the country’s name
Each group will have to learn respect and accept each other, even if they don’t necessarily agree with the other’s beliefs