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Former leader of Iraq during Persian Gulf War and Iraq War. Who is Saddam Hussein?
Current leader of the Palestinians. Who is Salam Fayyad?
Current Prime Minister of Israel. Who is Benjamin Netanyahu?
US President during World War I when the Balfour Declaration was signed. Who is Woodrow Wilson?
Leader of Egypt that recognized Israel as a result of the Camp David Accords. Who is Anwar Sadat?
Organization that created the plan for Palestine. What is the United Nations?
The dream of reestablishing a Jewish state in the land of Palestine. What is Zionism?
British document that gave support for a Jewish homeland in Palestine. What is the Balfour Declaration?
This was the result of the 1967 War. What is Israel tripled in size, took control of Jerusalem, Sinai Peninsula?
This sparked the Intifada in 1987. What is a traffic accident?
These are the 3 main religions in the Middle East. What are Judaism, Islam and Christianity ?
A Holy City for Muslims. What is Mecca?
This religion uses the Torah as a holy book. What is Judaism?
Place of worship for each of the 3 religions. What is a Church, Synagogue, and Mosque?
Two things that all 3 religions share. What is belief in God of Abraham, Jerusalem as a holy city, services in a holy building, etc…?
Country Iraq invaded in 1990. What is Kuwait?
Country Iraq fought with in the 1980s over a border dispute. What is Iran?
Iraq bombed this country in the Persian Gulf War in hopes of gaining support from other Arab nations. What is Israel?
When Iraq was defeated in 1991, this is what retreating troops did. What is set fires to the oil wells in Kuwait?
Two major differences between the Persian Gulf War and the War in Iraq. What is Kuwait not invaded, UN not involved, US invaded Iraq, Saddam out of power?
Organization that is opposed to violence in any form, founded by Israeli military officers. What is Peace Now?
Three groups that support the use of violence. What are Al Aqsa, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Likud?
Define secular. What is non- religious?
This group was forced from their homes after the 1948 War. What are the Palestinian Refugees?
Define Fundamentalist. What is having an extreme interpretation of one’s religion, uncompromising towards non- believers?
This organization controls the oil supply and prices. What is OPEC?
Term for giving up all or some rights to resources in exchange for money. What is concession?
The UN’s plan for Palestine included: Divide the territory between Israel, Palestine, and make Jerusalem a neutral zone?
These are the 3 Occupied Territories. What are the Gaza Strip, Golan Heights, West Bank and Jerusalem (can also be considered an occupied territory?
The US supplied who during the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s. What is both Iran and Iraq?
THE MIDDLE EAST UNIT REVIEW. THE MIDDLE EAST Following is a review of the Middle East. Use this as you would flash cards, do not go through the whole.
Modern Middle East Notes MR. HARDY RMS IB Middle School
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Why can’t we all just get along? Judaism: Jerusalem was the capital of their kingdom and where the Great Temple was built.
Where is the Middle East?. An area of southwestern Asia and northern Africa that stretches from the Mediterranean Sea to Pakistan and includes the Arabian.
What was the Holocaust? The murder of millions of European Jews during World War II.
HWH UNIT 13 CHAPTERS 19.4 AND Some terms to clarify Arab: one who speaks the Arabic language Muslim: a practitioner of Islam Most Arabs.
After The Holocaust. When the Allies arrived at the camps, this is what they saw…
A person who had to leave their home as a result of war is known as what? Refugee.
The Middle East. Geography Central location made it the center of trade in ancient times (Byzantine Empire, Islamic Empire, Ottoman Empire) –Geographically.
CONFLICT IN THE MIDDLE EAST. The region has been the focus of geopolitic since WWII Often called the “Shatterbelt” opposing cultural, religious, political.
Modern Middle East Conflict Unit 6 Ms. Hunt RMS IB
Arab-Israeli Conflict. Palestine/Israel Land Claims Jews claim the land (3,000 years ago, Jewish kings ruled Jerusalem) Jews claim the land (3,000 years.
SS7H2c Describe how land and religion are reasons for continuing conflicts in the Middle East. Concept: Conflict Creates Change.
Modern Middle East Quizzo. Round 1 – Arab Israeli Conflict 1. What is the name of the movement that wanted the creation of a Jewish homeland? 2. What.
Modern Middle East Conflict Ms. Hunt RMS IB Middle School
Israel and Palestine Today Unresolved Hatred of the Arab-Israeli Conflict.
The Modern Middle East. Post WWII Middle East The creation of Israel after WWII led to many issues in the Middle East Sought to achieve political.
Middle East Review for Test Essay Topic: Conflicts in the Middle East (Persian Gulf War, Arab-Israeli Conflict etc.) Complete CASTELEARNING.
Background: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict What is at the core of the ongoing conflict between the Arabs and Israelis? Which areas of land are in dispute?
MIDDLE EAST TERMS TO KNOW Judaism Jewish Jew Christianity Christian Christian Islam Islamic Muslim Palestine = old name for what is now Israel & West Bank.
Arab-Israeli Conflict Arab Nationalism vs. Jewish Nationalism Arab Nationalism vs. Jewish Nationalism.
Arab-Israeli Conflict Arab Nationalism vs. Jewish Nationalism.
Aim: Conflicts and Change in the Middle East Visualizing Global History Mr. Oberhaus Regents Review Unit 7 Section 5.
Middle East Jeopardy (Insert Title Here) Formation of Israel Israel- Arab Conflict Israel and Arab countries EgyptIranIraq Final Jeopardy!!
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is an ongoing dispute between Israel & Arab Palestinians What is at the heart of the conflict? Land, i.e. – Jerusalem!!!
Turmoil in the Middle East Conflict between Arab countries and Israel.
Middle East-Geography - crossroads for the people of Africa, Asia, and Europe -an enormous diversity of people, belief systems, and cultures -oil (brought.
Conflict in the Middle East Chapter 15 Section 2.
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Lesson in Perspective.
People around the world increase the fight for Jewish homeland in the region where the ancient Hebrews lived …..this is called Zionism.
Israel A Point of Middle East Conflict. Background History of Palestine The area that is Israel today used to be called Palestine. The Jews view Israel.
Homework Study for the Practice Regents tomorrow. Can replace your lowest test grade.
Nationalism in the Middle East. Zionism A movement founded in the 1890s to promote the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Theodor Herzl.
Last Word: No homework FrontPage: Turn in your homework to the back box. You are now done with the 9-week grading period.
The State of Israel. Zionism and the Jewish connection to the land The Jews felt that Palestine was the land that God promised them thousands of years.
The Arab-Israeli Conflict The heart of this conflict is a dispute over land/changing borders and religion.
Do First – Label the following: - Jerusalem - West Bank - Gaza Strip - Sinai Peninsula - Golan Heights.
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
POST-WWII TO PRESENT DAY THE MIDDLE EAST. Egypt not fully independent – British troops occupied the Suez Canal – As a result, Abdul Nasser seizes power.
The Middle East is a European term for Southwest Asia, and it also often includes Egypt and Afghanistan. Three major religions that began in the Middle.
Conflicts in the Middle East (Ch. 18 sec. 4). Palestine/Israel Considered the “Holy Land” by the Muslim, Jewish, and Christian faiths Hebrews (Jews) lose.
Arab-Israeli Conflict. I. Palestine & Israel Jewish view: claim to land 3,000 yrs. Ago Jewish view: claim to land 3,000 yrs. Ago Famine led to Diaspora.
Israel. Palestine- Name for the geographic region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River the U.N. voted to divide the area known as.
Chapter 26, Section 4 and Chapter 28, Section 2. During the 1800s, persecution of Jews led to the modern form of Zionism. Zionism is a political movement.
UNIT 4: MODERN MIDDLE EAST Creation of Israel. Conflicting Claims Zionism Zionism: Form of Nationalism Creation of a state in the holy land. Arabs:
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