Name Tutor Subject Date Causes of Israel-Palestine Conflict Dating back to more than six decades the feud between Arabs and Jews is among the most enduring conflicts in the human history. The battle between the Palestine and Israelis is among the most explosive political situations on the planet yet it has complicated causes. However the main issues at the heart of the strife are borders and land. Boundaries are the regions where one country ends and the other begins and the question whether two sovereignty countries should exist in a world of no borders is a big part of this conflict ((Machover 65). Both sides deem that they possess the God-given entitlement to the region and both claim privileges based on the covenant between God and Abraham. The two antagonists were on one occasion part of the similar organization of people who occupied the Promised Territory (Cohen-Hattab 69). Despite this paper it is inarguable that religion is pretty minor in the list of the direct causes of this conflict as compared to other secular issues such as land ownership that played a vital role for the emergence of this conflict. Works Cited Beauchamp Zack. "Everything you need to know about Israel-Palestine." Vox. Vox 21 (2014). Cohen-Hattab Kobi. "Zionism tourism and the battle for Palestine: Tourism as a political-propaganda tool." Israel Studies 9.1 (2004): 61-85. Epstein Yitzhak. "A hidden question." Ha'shiloah (1907): 193. Frieden Jeffry A. "The root causes of enduring conflict: Can Israel and Palestine co-exist?." (2015). Gill Natasha. “The Original ‘No’: Why the Arabs Rejected Zionism and Why It Matters.” MIDDLE EAST POLICY COUNCIL (2017): 1-15. Hasson Shlomo. "When two rights collide: Some lessons from Jerusalem." Geographies and Moralities: International Perspectives on Development Justice and Place (2004): 149-164. Lesch Ann M. "Zionism and Its Impact." (2001). Machover Moshé. Israelis and Palestinians: Conflict and Resolution. Haymarket Books 2012. [...]
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