Israel and PalestineWatch
Problems became worse in the 70s when there were growing trends in the mistreatment of Palestinians by the Israelites, in a sense that Palestinians were not welcome in Israel, even though Israelites felt they were welcome anywhere. Also there's a bunch of horror stories about the Israeli Secret Service and how they "detain" Palestinians who were mostly innocent, I'll leave that out of this bit lol it's really horrible. So the Palestinians grew more and more restless until they had enough, In the 80s and 90s there were a lot of resistance movements done by the Palestinians to fight back, but as their efforts started to become effective, Israel asked for help from the USA and UK to "defend" their country as they couldn't hold off the onslaught if Palestine gained support, which they did with the Soviet Union and so came the Gulf War (not to mention the 7-days war). But as the Soviet Union collapsed and America prospered, so followed the fates of Palestine and Israel, respectively. Palestine is/was in shambles whereas Israel looks like a wealthy, sunny, European country and those disparities I think are what drive the conflict today.
Oh yea and there's a massive Trump wall to keep Palestinians out.
You're going to struggle to get unbiased information on this one, I'm afraid. Every side is in the wrong by this point.
This will give you an insight as to why Israel was created where it has been.
From there look at the history of the conflicts since it was created, the declaration from all the surrounding states that they would erase Israel from the map and the wars it created.
Also the history and significance of Jerusalem to not just the Jewish faith but also Christianity and Islam.
So basically... Israel was a country formed in Palestine after ww2 for Jews which the Palestinians were not happy about as it was there country so that’s why there is conflict and now Israel is much more powerful than Palestine.
Is this right, what I have gathered so far?!
Show me one comment I made that implied religious hatred. Show me on. Ofc, that's what zionist love to do, falsely claim they are being racially prejudiced. Go cry to the mods IDGAF whether they ban me.
1) Most Palestinian activists aren't even palestinians. Most of them are in the west and are white, some are leftists, some are neo-nazis. Some are just deluded.
2) Polls have shown that palestinians have increasingly approved of terrorism in recent years, but this usually coincides with israeli attacks on palestine.understandable
3) Jews, like any other people, are entitled to a state of their own. If you deny them that, then yes, you are an antisemite. However, there is no requirement for that state to be in the historical land of Israel. Israel needs to start to treat the palestinians with more respect. They are both semitic people.
Alternatively, I guess considerign most Jordanians are actually Palestinians, they could try and get tehri country to re-annex the West bank as they did before, and then try and turn Jordan into Palestine though I don't think that willl happen.
What makes you think this is any different?
In 1982 Israel returned the Sinai to Egypt in exchange for peace, and recognition of Israel by Egypt. Whilst Syria continues to claim the Golan Heights, despite not recognising the State of Israel as a country, Jordan and Egypt have given up their claims to the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and have both said that the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organisation) is the sole legitimate representative of the "Palestinian" people. The Palestinian Authority, which are currently the de facto government of the West Bank, and had previously also de facto controlled the Gaza Strip, had previously given Israel a lot of grief over what it has called an illegal action in occupying their terrority, which lead to the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Whilst the Palestinian Authority has now deescalated, and no longer has any part in violence, or terrorism, against Israel (which it now recognises as a legitimate country), the de facto Hamas government of the Gaza Strip, has refused to recognise Israel and has given them no end of grief by launching numerous rockets at their terrority, amongst other violent actions.
As a result the IDF (Israeli Defence Forces) have retaliated by launching rockets back, along with other actions in self defence of Israel. Israel has also blockaded the Gaza Strip, I can only presume that, whilst not nice for Gazans, that this is the lesser evil than endangering their own people by leaving the border with Gaza open. Even Egypt (an Arab country) went as far to put their own blockade on the Gaza Strip, which I presume was in order to prevent Egyptians from crossing the border and joining Hamas in launching illegal terrorism, and violence against Israel, as well as to prevent anyone assisting Hamas in any way, shape or form. Hamas are internationally recognised as a terrorist organisation, including by the UK government.
The people of the West Bank and Gaza are known as "Palestinians", and the people of Gaza are also known as "Gazans".