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Sarah Schaelchlin. Period 2 Camp DAVID ACCORDS. Pre-Camp David Accords History of Palestine. Palestine: biblical times. Eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea 61 BC Romans invade Jerusalem Central area called Judea Jerusalem area called “Palaestina” (Palestine)

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Sarah

Schaelchlin

Period 2

Camp DAVID

ACCORDS

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Pre-Camp David Accords

History of Palestine

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Palestine:

biblical times

  • Eastern end of the
  • Mediterranean Sea
  • 61 BC Romans invade
  • Jerusalem
  • Central area called Judea
  • Jerusalem area called
  • “Palaestina” (Palestine)
  • Persecution of Jews and
  • Christians
  • Jewish Diaspora
  • (spreading)
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IsraelThroughout History

  • Inconsistent borders
  • Constant invasions by outside Arabs
  • Founding of three most prominent religions
  • Occupancy of mostly
  • Arabs post-invasion
  • Jewish state in 1948
  • Arab and Jewish
  • hostilities after
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British Mandate

  • Britain attempts peaceable
  • boundaries
  • Balfour Declaration:
  • Jewish home in Palestine
  • “Mandate” (made a
  • colony
  • Syria and Lebanon under
  • mandate of France
  • Palestine and Iraq become
  • British mandates
  • 1923-1948
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1947

Britain gives UN power over

Israel

Unanimous vote for Israeli

independence

Approved November 29, 1947

Made Jewish, Arab state;

international zone

Accepted by Jews/rejected

by Arabs

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Israel

becomes

a state

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Britain finally relents control

May 14, 1948

Israel declares independence

Arabs continue terrorizing

Israel

Immediate Arab invasion same

day as declaration

Israel fought, US aid until

victory

“War of Independence”

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Israel

Menachem Begin

Prime Minister 1977-1992

Egypt

Muhammed Anwar al-Sadat

President 1970-1981

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Sadat welcomed to

  • Jerusalem by Begin
  • Begin visits
  • Ismailia, Egypt
  • Both leaders
  • propose peace
  • Opportunity shown
  • to world
  • Official negotiations
  • set
  • Meeting at Camp
  • David

Peace Initiative

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Sadat, Begin, and President Jimmy Carter

  • Camp David, Thurmont, Maryland
  • September 5-17, 1978

CAMP DAVID ACCORDS

  • Framework
  • established
  • Ended at White
  • House
  • All three leaders
  • signed framework
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Framework

  • Between Israel and any nation
  • Respect for Sovereignty
  • Territorial integrity, political
  • independence, every state
  • Secure, recognized boundaries
  • with no threats
  • Normal relations
  • Agree to special security
  • arrangements
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Framework

  • Self governing authority
  • West Bank, Gaza
  • Begin Five Year Transitional
  • Period
  • Peace between Israel and
  • Jordan
  • Israeli troops moved
  • from WB and Gaza
  • Strong police force
  • established
  • Police composed of citizens
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Framework

  • Resolve disputes by peaceful
  • means
  • Eradicate economic boycotts
  • Promise citizens protection
  • United States allowed
  • participation on matters
  • United Nations Security
  • Council endorse treaties
  • Ensure treaties not be
  • violated
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Works cited

Anwar el-Sadat, the Daring Arab Pioneer of Peace with Israel. http://www.nytimes.com/learning/general/onthisday/bday/1225.html. 5 April 2010. Web.

“Camp David Accords September 17, 1978.” http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/Peace%20Process/Guide%20to%20the%20Peace%20Process/ Camp%20David%20 Accords.

3 April 2010. Web.

"Camp David Accords." The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2008. <http://www. encyclopedia.com>. 3 April 2010. Web.

“History and Society: Camp David Accords” http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/ 91061/Camp-David-Accords. 3 April 2010. Web.

“In a Nutshell: Israeli Palestinian Conflict.” http://www.mideastweb.org/nutshell.htm. 4 April 2010. Web.

In History: Assassination of President Sadat (06 October 1981). http://www.britishcouncil.org/ learnenglish-central-history-sadat-killing.htm. 5April 2010. Web.

“Israel and Palestine: A Brief History - Part I”. http://www.mideastweb.org/briefhistory.htm. 4 April 2010. Web.

“Menachem Begin: The Nobel Peace Prize 1978 Biography.” http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes peace/laureates/1978/begin-bio.html.

5 April 2010. Web.

“Myths & Facts Online: The War of 1948.” http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/ jsource/myths/ mf4.html. 5 April 2010. Web.

Sullivan, Terry. “Camp David Accords: Framework for Peace.” http://www.ibiblio.org/ sullivan/CampDavid-Accords-homepage.html.

3 April 2010. Web.

“The Camp David Accords: The Framework for Peace in the Middle East.” http://www.jimmycarterlibrary.org/documents/campdavid/

accords.phtml. 3 April 2010. Web.

"Twenty-Five Photographs After Twenty-Five Years." http://www.jimmycarterlibrary. org/documents/campdavid25/campdavid25_

photos.phtml. 3 April 2010. Web.

(Videos). http://www.youtube.com. 3 April 2010. Web.