Israel-Palestine conflict

(1). Isthe ongoing struggle between Israelis and Palestinians that began in the mid-20th century.[3] The conflict is wide-ranging, and the term is sometimes also used in reference to the earlier sectarian conflict in Mandatory Palestine, between the Jewish yishuv and the Arab population under British rule. It has been referred to as the world's "most intractable conflict", with the ongoing Israeli occupation of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip reaching 50 years

(2)Israel has expanded its settlements into the Palestinian lands of the west bank and their right wing political party refuses to cease this expansion any time soon—the right wing within the United States has supported this campaign and has given Israel huge amounts of money for military purposes.

Palestinian radicals have engaged in a long-term campaign of terrorism that targets Israeli civilians and have acted in complete disregard for innocent lives, both within the Israeli population and their own—numerous Arab countries and extremist groups have supported these terrorist actions and have contributed support towards the goal of eradicating Israel.

3.)As immigration of Jews to Palestine occurred, the demographics of the region were greatly changed. This change inevitably led to conflict. Five major waves of Jewish immigration into Palestine occurred: 1882-1903, in which 25,000 Jews arrived primarily from Eastern Europe, 1904-1914, in which 40/50,000 Jews arrived from Eastern Europe and Russia, 1919-1923, which brought the arrival of 35,000 Jews mainly from Poland and Russia, 1924-1928, which brought 67,000 immigrants from Poland, and 1929-1939, which brought 250,000 Jews to Palestine, a quarter of whom where refugees from Nazi Germany. Clearly, with these waves of immigration, population dynamics were greatly altered. As larger numbers of Jews immigrated to the Palestinian territories, Arab discontent increased, eventually leading to conflict.

(4.)The Oslo Accords are a set of agreements between the government of Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO): the Oslo I Accord, signed in Washington, D.C., in 1993[1] and the Oslo II Accord, signed in Taba in 1995.[2] The Oslo Accords marked the start of the Oslo process, a peace process that is aimed at achieving a peace-treaty based on the United Nations Security Council Resolution 242 and 338, and to fulfill the "right of the Palestinian people to self-determination." The Oslo process started after secret negotiations in Oslo, resulting in the recognition by the PLO of the State of Israel and the recognition by Israel of the PLO as the representative of the Palestinian people and as a partner in negotiations.I think it did not work even today people are having more and more conflict

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