The Origin of the Palestine-Israel Conflict

Recognise the fundamental right to full equality of the Arab-Palestinian citizens of Israel

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Of these hundreds of attacks, the report mentions an attack in July, in which extremist Israeli settlers firebombed the home of a Palestinian family, killing an 18-month-old infant and his parents.

Respect, protect and promote the right of return for all Palestinian refugees

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Zionism was founded in 1879 by Theodor Herzl and before the Holocaust, was aimed at creating a Jewish national home. Figure 2 shows the founder, leader, and president of the Zionism movement. Though after World War II, the Zionist movement aimed on creating a Jewish state which used to be Palestine. He was the first president of the world Zionist Organization and created this movement into a worldwide significance. The root meaning of Zionism comes from where the Temple is located in Jerusalem on Zion Hill. The meaning of Zionism has to do with Israel’s nationality and beliefs. Israelis who support Zionism, known as Zionists, believe that Judaism is a religion as well as their nationality. That is why, they believe that Jews earn their own state since its their Holy Land where they have ancestral background from. All Zionist believe that the state of Israel should exist, however there are two opinions on how the government should be ran. The Zionists on the left believe in peace and trading land with the Palestine’s and other Arab Nations. While the right Zionists is very unconvinced of trading land with the Palestine’s to have peace. Between 1900 and 1917, Zionism and early Jewish immigration was going on. Mainly European Jews were a part of this movement and it was established to escape persecution and provide their own state in their ancestral homeland

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As stated by H.B. Michel Sabbah, Latin Patriarch Emeritus of Jerusalem and former President of Pax Christi International: “We can help leaders and people to free themselves from fear and mistrust and to reach the so long-desired peace. The beginning of Palestinian freedom is also the beginning of reconciliation between the two peoples, Palestinians and Israelis.”

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The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not about religion

Israeli forces have also been accused of "permitting extremist Israelis to attack or intimidate Palestinian journalists," doing nothing to stop settlers’ attacks, the U.S. confirms.

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In Jerusalem, Israeli authorities punish displays of Palestinian political symbols, and Israeli security officials regularly prohibit or interrupt meetings of Palestinian politicians, the State Department acknowledges.

Origin of the Palestine-Israel Conflict


Obviously it's relevant as Israel is a religious state. It's relevant as accusations of anti-Semitism are the norm whenever anyone questions Israel. It's relevant as many Israeli Othodox Jews are the most hardline supporters of Zionism, a fact which makes the work of Judith and others like her all the more comendable. The religion of Palestinians is unimportant as they are persecuted regardless of whether they are Christian, Muslim, atheist, whatever.


The checkpoints are not on the border, that's the point. They are within the West Bank and Gaza, often dividing towns in two, preventing farmers from getting to their land, children from getting to school, etc. Nobody would have a problem with checkpoints which separate two States, but these ones separate Palestine from itself. The equivalent would be if the British Government had set up checkpoints outside Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, etc., and in the vicinity of the majority of towns and villages in the Republic. Your analogy doesn't stand up to ANY scrutiny, and you clearly don't have a clue what you're talking about. (Having been delayed at checkpoints both at the Northern border and all over the West Bank, I feel I DO have a clue about this)

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The report also details how Israeli authorities "restrict press coverage and place limits on certain forms of expression in the Palestinian Occupied Territories — particularly by restricting Palestinian journalists’ rights of movement and through violence, arrests and intimidation."

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The Association for Civil Rights in Israel, the report notes, said Israeli officials "displayed bias against Palestinian residents in investigating incidents involving Palestinian and Israeli actors." There was a mere 1.9 percent probability that a complaint submitted to Israeli police by a Palestinian would lead to a conviction.