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The Gaza War 2014. Hamas' Response towards Isra...
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Near East, Near Orient, grade: 2,3, University of Bamberg, language: English, abstract: Since the establishment of an Israeli state on May 14, 1948, there has been conflict between the Israeli and the Palestinian people.The conflict was fueled by Israel s occupation of the historic regions of Palestine in 1967, which included the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Both the West Bank and the Gaza Strip are controlled by Israel. Today many Palestinian refugees are still suffering under the military pressure and of the blockades of the borders by Israel.It is not surprising that the Palestinian people want to free themselves from the occupation by Israel and establish their own autonomous state. That is why the "Palestine Liberation Organization", was established in 1969 that saw a military fight and the destruction of Israel as the only options for liberating Palestine at that time. In 1974, the PLO indirectly recognized Israel as a state. The Arabic states liked the idea that a national authority should be established in the free parts of the Palestinian territories. Hence the Arabic States recognized the PLO as the only legitimate representation of the Palestinians.Over time, many Palestinian parties were established such as Fatah, who articulated and transferred its interests through the PLO and constituted the government of the Palestinians before the elections in 2006. Hamas, as the major opponent of Fatah, which was listed as a terrorist organization by the international community until today, was elected as the (quasi) government in the Gaza Strip in 2006. Since then, tensions between Palestinians (respectively Hamas) and Israel increased. After the elections of Hamas, there have been several attacks by Israel and Hamas.In November 2012, Israel and Hamas agreed on a ceasefire. However, both Israel and Hamas launched minor attacks against each other. In doing so, both have violated the agreements of the ceasefire, which still remained at that time. It can be said that a cold peace, existed between both Hamas and Israel. Until the outbreak of the Gaza War in 2014, there have been no major military operations by Israel and no major rocket attacks by Hamas. It can be said that a cold peace existed between both the Hamas and Israel. However, on June the 8th, 2014, Hamas fired large numbers of rockets into Israel and initiated the

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Gaza Israel Conflict
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Gaza Israel Conflict. Second Intifada, October 2000 events, Violence in the Israeli Palestinian conflict 2000, Violence against Israelis in the Israeli Palestinian conflict 2001, Violence in the Israeli Palestinian conflict 2002, Violence in the Israeli Palestinian conflict 2003, Civilian casualties in the Second Intifada, Israel-Gaza Strip barrier, List of rocket and mortar attacks in Israel in 2001 through 2007, Qassam rocket, Palestinian domestic weapons production, 2004 Israel Gaza conflict, Operation Rainbow (2004), Operation Days of Penitence, Operation Days of Penitence Fatalities, Violence in the Israeli Palestinian conflict 2004, 2006 Israel Gaza conflict, Timeline up to 2006 Gaza crisis, Operation Summer Rains suboperations, Operation Autumn Clouds (2006), 2006 Israel Gaza conflict casualties timeline, Gaza beach explosion (2006), Violence in the Israeli Palestinian conflict 2006, 2006 shelling of Beit Hanoun, 2007 2008 Israel Gaza conflict, Violence in the Israeli Palestinian conflict 2007, 2008 breach of the Gaza Egypt border, Operation Hot Winter, Violence in the Israeli Palestinian conflict 2008, 2008 Israel Hamas ceasefire, Gaza War, Gaza Strip, Israel''s unilateral disengagement plan

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2008 Israel Hamas ceasefire
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The 2008 Israel Hamas ceasefire was a twenty six week Egyptian-brokered truce between Hamas and Israel which started on June 19, 2008 and lasted until December 19, 2008. It is part of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, more specifically of the Gaza Israel conflict, and began on the midst of the 2007-2008 Israel-Gaza conflict. The collapse of the ceasefire led to the Gaza War on December 27, 2008.

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Gaza War
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Gaza War. Gaza Israel conflict, Israeli Palestinian conflict, Rocket and mortar attacks on southern Israel, 2007 2009 blockade of the Gaza Strip, Timeline of the Gaza War, List of rocket and mortar attacks in Israel in 2008, List of rocket and mortar attacks in Israel in 2009 following the Gaza War, Incidents in the Gaza War, Effects of the Gaza War, White phosphorus, 2008 Israel Hamas ceasefire, 2008-2009 Gaza Strip aid, 2009 Hamas political violence in Gaza, Media and the Gaza War, International reaction to the Gaza War, Antisemitic incidents during the Gaza War, Smuggling tunnel

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Yom Kippur War
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Attacking across the Suez Canal, the Egyptians were successful during the first three days of the war, after which the front settled into a stalemate. Following a failed Egyptian attempt to renew the offensive, the Israelis counterattacked, striking at the seam between two Egyptian armies. In over a week of heavy fighting, the Israelis crossed the Suez Canal, and encircled elements of Egypt''s Third Army after a United Nation ceasefire failed. On the Golan Heights, the Syrian attack achieved modest gains during the first 24 48 hours, after which momentum began to swing in Israel''s favor.

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2006 Lebanon War
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The 2006 Lebanon War, also called the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah War and known in Lebanon as the July War and in Israel as the Second Lebanon War was a 34-day military conflict in Lebanon and northern Israel. The principal parties were Hezbollah paramilitary forces and the Israeli military. The conflict started on 12 July 2006, and continued until a United Nations-brokered ceasefire went into effect in the morning on 14 August 2006, though it formally ended on 8 September 2006 when Israel lifted its naval blockade of Lebanon.The conflict began when Hezbollah militants fired rockets at Israeli border towns as a diversion for an anti- tank missile attack on two armored Humvees patrolling the Israeli side of the border fence. Of the seven Israeli soldiers in the two jeeps, two were wounded, five were killed, and the bodies of two of the dead were taken to Lebanon. Five more were killed in a failed Israeli rescue attempt.

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The Gaza War 2014. Hamas' Response towards Isra...
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Near East, Near Orient, grade: 2,3, University of Bamberg, language: English, abstract: Since the establishment of an Israeli state on May 14, 1948, there has been conflict between the Israeli and the Palestinian people.The conflict was fueled by Israel ¿s occupation of the historic regions of Palestine in 1967, which included the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Both the West Bank and the Gaza Strip are controlled by Israel. Today many Palestinian refugees are still suffering under the military pressure and of the blockades of the borders by Israel. It is not surprising that the Palestinian people want to free themselves from the occupation by Israel and establish their own autonomous state. That is why the 'Palestine Liberation Organization', was established in 1969 that saw a military fight and the destruction of Israel as the only options for liberating Palestine at that time. In 1974, the PLO indirectly recognized Israel as a state. The Arabic states liked the idea that a national authority should be established in the free parts of the Palestinian territories. Hence the Arabic States recognized the PLO as the only legitimate representation of the Palestinians. Over time, many Palestinian parties were established such as Fatah, who articulated and transferred its interests through the PLO and constituted the government of the Palestinians before the elections in 2006. Hamas, as the major opponent of Fatah, which was listed as a terrorist organization by the international community until today, was elected as the (quasi) government in the Gaza Strip in 2006. Since then, tensions between Palestinians (respectively Hamas) and Israel increased. After the elections of Hamas, there have been several attacks by Israel and Hamas. In November 2012, Israel and Hamas agreed on a ceasefire. However, both Israel and Hamas launched minor attacks against each other. In doing so, both have violated the agreements of the ceasefire, which still remained at that time. It can be said that a cold peace, existed between both Hamas and Israel. Until the outbreak of the Gaza War in 2014, there have been no major military operations by Israel and no major rocket attacks by Hamas. It can be said that a cold peace existed between both the Hamas and Israel. However, on June the 8th, 2014, Hamas fired large numbers of rockets into Israel and initiated the

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Taking the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Outside...
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Miller suggests that the best solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is to have both parties agree to a 25-year ceasefire--a separate ceasefire brokered between the Western powers and Palestine, and between Western powers and Israel--with no friction-causing partnership between Palestine and Israel.

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The Gaza War 2014. Hamas' Response towards Isra...
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Near East, Near Orient, grade: 2,3, University of Bamberg, language: English, abstract: Since the establishment of an Israeli state on May 14, 1948, there has been conflict between the Israeli and the Palestinian people.The conflict was fueled by Israel ¿s occupation of the historic regions of Palestine in 1967, which included the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Both the West Bank and the Gaza Strip are controlled by Israel. Today many Palestinian refugees are still suffering under the military pressure and of the blockades of the borders by Israel. It is not surprising that the Palestinian people want to free themselves from the occupation by Israel and establish their own autonomous state. That is why the 'Palestine Liberation Organization', was established in 1969 that saw a military fight and the destruction of Israel as the only options for liberating Palestine at that time. In 1974, the PLO indirectly recognized Israel as a state. The Arabic states liked the idea that a national authority should be established in the free parts of the Palestinian territories. Hence the Arabic States recognized the PLO as the only legitimate representation of the Palestinians. Over time, many Palestinian parties were established such as Fatah, who articulated and transferred its interests through the PLO and constituted the government of the Palestinians before the elections in 2006. Hamas, as the major opponent of Fatah, which was listed as a terrorist organization by the international community until today, was elected as the (quasi) government in the Gaza Strip in 2006. Since then, tensions between Palestinians (respectively Hamas) and Israel increased. After the elections of Hamas, there have been several attacks by Israel and Hamas. In November 2012, Israel and Hamas agreed on a ceasefire. However, both Israel and Hamas launched minor attacks against each other. In doing so, both have violated the agreements of the ceasefire, which still remained at that time. It can be said that a cold peace, existed between both Hamas and Israel. Until the outbreak of the Gaza War in 2014, there have been no major military operations by Israel and no major rocket attacks by Hamas. It can be said that a cold peace existed between both the Hamas and Israel. However, on June the 8th, 2014, Hamas fired large numbers of rockets into Israel and initiated the

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