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Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Esther Kim English B block Due.2/12/09. Can the teenagers of Israel and Palestine today recover from the violence they have faced all their lives?.

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Israeli palestinian conflict

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Esther Kim

English B block

Due.2/12/09


Israeli palestinian conflict

Can the teenagers of Israel and Palestine today recover from the violence they have faced all their lives?

  • No, it would be hard for the teenagers of that region to recover from the ongoing religious conflicts especially Palestinian teenagers.


Fact 1 it was the jews that moved into palestinian land

Fact 1: It was the Jews that moved into Palestinian land

  • Led by Zionism, Jewsstarted to move to Palestinian land

  • May 14, 1948: Independent Jewish State established

  • UN divided land:2/3 to Israel, 1/3 to Palestine


Fact 2 the conflict is not likely to be solved in the near future

Fact 2: The Conflict is not likely to be solved in the near future

  • There were 6 wars total from 1948 to 1982.

  • Israel launched another attack this year that killed many Palestinians.

  • Many peace processes failed including Oslo Accord, Camp David Summit, and Taba Summit.


Fact 3 the conflict produced many palestinian refugees

Fact 3:The conflict produced many Palestinian refugees

  • Palestinians were expelled or fled their homes

  • Currently 4 million Palestinian refugees

  • Crowded refugee camps with poor conditions


Fact 4 palestine is now ruled by hamas a more radical group

Fact 4:Palestine is now ruled by HAMAS, a more radical group!

  • Does not recognize Israel as an independent state

  • Considered as terrorist organization

  • Won the election against FATAH in 2006


Fact 5 terrorist groups are recruiting young teenagers

Fact 5:Terrorist groups are recruiting young teenagers

  • Frustrated teenagers turn radical.

  • Children have been used to transport explosives.

  • For example, in 2004 Israeli soldiers stopped a 14-year-old boy wearing a vest of explosives near the West Bank.


Israeli palestinian conflict in habibi

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Habibi

  • Liyana’s family were pulled out by Israeli agents for inspection (p. 34)

  • A Jewish man called Liyana an animal (p.95)

  • Parents’ disapproval of Liyana’s friendship with a Jewish friend

    (p. 160~)


Habibi how one person can make the change

Habibi:How one person can make the change

  • Liyana’s friendship with Omar:

    • Having a Jewish friend is considered as taboo

    • It is an example showing that the Jews and Arabs can get along

    • It shows the possibility that the younger generation can over come the conflict


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • It is hard for teenagers (esp.Palestinians) to recover from the violence because:

    • Jews came into Palestinian land

    • The war is still not over

    • Palestinian refugees

    • Hamas

    • Terrorists are recruiting teenagers

  • Habibi shows hope for the teenagers


Bibliography

Bibliography

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    • Israel flag

    • Palestinian flag

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    • Map

    • Info.

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  • Slide 8

    • Habibi Text

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    • Habibi Text

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