Essays on Arab-Israeli Conflict

The Place Of Non-Jewish Citizens In Israeli State And Society

The establishment of the State of Israel presented a “unique and extremely complex”,[1] situation for Jewish-Arab relations, as the Arab majority that had dominated under Mandate metamorphosed into a minority in Israel. Conversely, the Jewish minority became the governing majority of an official homeland, pledging “complete equality of social and political rights to all its...
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Deception Arab-Israeli Wars

Deception has been and remains a decisive and powerful instrument to the outcome of manoeuvrable operations. The case studies which I have chosen to research and analyse to support this view are focused on the Arab-Israeli conflicts between 1956 and 1973. Principally the 1956 Suez Crisis and the 1973 Yom Kippur War. As I will...
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Borders And Boundaries: Land As Act Of Warfare

The Zionist Project in Israel and the Apartheid Regime in South Africa are both extensions of settler-colonialism and rose to power on the foundation of ethnic cleansing and forced displacement of their respective indigenous populations. The concept of territorial separation is key to understanding the similarities and differences between Apartheid South Africa and the Israeli-Palestinian...
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Arab-Israeli Conflict: The Arab Spring

Arab Spring 1. Introduction The Arab Spring is a series of mass protests that are still going on today in some countries. It was sparked by mass corruption in Middle Eastern governments that was ultimately brought to light by the plummet in oil prices. The consequential decrease in civilian trust in government prompted a desire...
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Israeli–Palestinian Conflict: The Origins And Current Issues

In this analysis of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, I will be discussing the historical context of the conflict as well as Palestinian responses to this conflict. When looking at the Palestinian response, I will be interpreting the perspective of the characters Usama and Basil from the novel Wild Thorns. For centuries there were ancient conquests of...
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Palestine and Israel Conflict: Analytical Essay

Introduction Palestine and Israel have been locked in conflict for years, since the end of the second world war there has been a bitter struggle fought that has developed into one of the most intractable conflicts seen today. The two sides have been struggling to find themselves a peaceful resolution and it is deemed likely...
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