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2 Day 1

3 What ’ s a peaceful solution to the Israeli- Palestinian conflict? ESSENTIAL QUESTION

4 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

5 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict ???

6 Promised Land

7 The Destruction of the Second Temple In 70 CE, the Romans destroyed the Second Temple.

8 Jewish Diaspora The Jews left the Promised Land This scattering of Jews across the world is called the Jewish Diaspora Everywhere Jews went, they were not welcomed…

9 Meanwhile, a new religion began…

10 One night, Muhammad flew on a buraq…

11 Islam quickly spread to Jerusalem…

12 Here ’ s where the big problem comes in…

13 Zionism In the late 1800s, some Jewish people began talking about moving back to the Promised Land This idea to move back to the Promised Land was called Zionism

14 The Holocaust During World War II ( ), Nazi Germany killed 6 million Jews

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16 Israel After the Holocaust, the United Nations decided to help the Jews return to the Promised Land The United Nations helped them set up a new country called Israel However, a group of Muslim people called the Palestinians already lived there… The Israeli Jews and the Palestinian Muslims have been fighting over the land ever since.

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18 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

19 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict ???

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21 DO NOW: Political Cartoon #1 C = Who is the cartoonist? O = What is the occasion for drawing? P = What is the cartoonist’s purpose for drawing? S = What is the significance of the symbols in the cartoon? PALESTINE Directions: Analyze this political cartoon using COPS. You will write four complete sentences. If you have extra time, sketch the cartoon. The cartoonist is sympathetic toward the Palestinians. The occasion is the media coverage of the Israeli- Palestinian Conflict. The cartoonist wants to show that the media often shows Israelis as victims of the conflict, but in reality, Palestinians may be suffering much more. The blood represents the great suffering of the Palestinians while the tiny bandage represents the relatively small suffering of the Israelis. The TV screen represents what countries like the USA see in the media.

22 What ’ s a peaceful solution to the Israeli- Palestinian conflict? ESSENTIAL QUESTION

23 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict We will make a foldable with six sections – Timeline – Venn Diagram – Flow Chart – I Am ___________ – Political Cartoon – Peace Proposal

24 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

25 But Mr. Booms, this is happening on the other side of the world… Why should we care?

26 September 11, 2001

27 Why did Al Qaeda attack the United States on 9/11/01? Al Qaeda declared a holy war against the United States because of the United States' support of __________ –“ We declared jihad against the US government, because the US government is unjust, criminal and tyrannical. It has committed acts that are extremely unjust, hideous and criminal, whether directly or through its support of the Israeli occupation of Muhammad ’ s Night Travel Land. ” - Osama Bin Laden Jihad = holy war Israel

28 Why does Al Qaeda care that the United States supports Israel? Israelis (who are Jews) and Palestinians (who are Muslims) have been fighting over Jerusalem since 1947 Since the United States supports Israel, Al Qaeda holds the United States responsible for the deaths of many Muslims Tell your neighbor why we should care about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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31 Arab Jews No. The Arabs would have to give up land to the Jews. Yes. The Jews would have their own country. The Israelis won. After the war, the Israelis controlled even more land than the United Nations had planned Israel would control. The Israelis won. After the war, the Israelis occupied the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, the Golan Heights, the Sinai Peninsula, and Jerusalem. The Israelis have built most of these settlements in the West Bank. Israelis Palestinians

32 1896: A Jewish journalist named Theodor Herzl published “The Jewish State.” 1948: War broke out. 1896: Theodor Herzl argued that Jews should move back to the Promised Land. Write down the MAIN IDEA for each event!

33 What ’ s a peaceful solution to the Israeli- Palestinian conflict? ESSENTIAL QUESTION

34 Day 4

35 Israelis control the water supply, so Israelis have a lot of water but the Palestinians have a little bit. DO NOW: Political Cartoon #2 The cartoonist is sympathetic toward the Palestinians. Israelis are being unfair. The Israelis already have enough water. The Israelis also ignore the Palestinians’ problem. The faucet and the pipes look like the Israeli flag, which shows that Israel controls the water. C = Who is the cartoonist? O = What is the occasion for drawing? P = What is the cartoonist’s purpose for drawing? S = What is the significance of the symbols in the cartoon?

36 Israeli vs. Palestinian A 12-year-old Israeli settler and a 12- year-old Palestinian boy get in a fight…

37 Palestinian Boys Marching Next to Mural of Mohammad al-Durrah

38 Label the details so that I can understand your illustrations!

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40 Key Issues in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 1. Refugees 2. Checkpoints 3. West Bank wall 4. Settlements 5. Curfews

41 Refugee (noun): someone who leaves their home during a war to go to a safer place After the war in 1948, many Palestinians became refugees. Generations later, over 4.6 million Palestinians are still refugees. These refugees live in refugee camps, such as Dheisheh Refugee Camp, as seen in the film Promises. Palestinian refugees leaving their home after the war in 1948 I would not want to be a refugee because…

42 Checkpoints Checkpoints remind me of… In order to pass from the West Bank to Israel, Palestinians must pass through a checkpoint.

43 West Bank wall The West Bank wall reminds me of… In order to keep Palestinians out of Israel, Israel built the West Bank wall.

44 Israeli settlements in the West Bank Israeli settlements make the Palestinians upset because… Israelis have been building villages throughout the West Bank.

45 Curfews You ’ re supposed to be inside your house right now!!! Do you have a curfew? If so, what time is your curfew?

46 DO NOW: Political Cartoon #3 SYRIA LEBANON PALESTINE IRAN JORDAN EGYPT C = Who is the cartoonist? O = What is the occasion? P = What is the purpose? S = What is the significance of the symbols?

47 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

48 After the Six-Day War, Palestinians were not strong enough to fight the Israeli army. Israelis became less willing to negotiate with the Palestinians.

49 In the Intifada, Palestinians threw stones at Israelis.

50 Intifada Arabic for “shaking off” Dog: Flea: Shaking off: Palestinian Israeli Throwing stones

51 Some Palestinians thought the peace process was unfair and wanted to end it.

52 Palestinians attacked Israelis with suicide bombings.

53 DO NOW: Political Cartoon #4 C = Who is the cartoonist? O = What is the occasion? P = What is the purpose? S = What is the significance of the symbols? The cartoonist is sympathetic toward Palestinians. The Israelis have built settlements in the West Bank. The dove represents peace, the scissors represent Israel, and the houses represent settlements. The cartoonist thinks settlements are destroying the peace process.

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55 The 2 nd Intifada began. (Palestinians rebelled against the Israelis.) Israelis used stronger weapons, such as tanks and helicopters.

56 Arabic for “shaking off” Dog: Flea: Shaking off: Palestinian Israeli Throwing stones : 1 st Intifada

57 Arabic for “shaking off” Dog: Flea: Shaking off: Palestinian Israeli Shooting rifles Firing rockets 2000 – 2005: 2 nd Intifada

58 Israelis wanted to stop the 2 nd Intifada.

59 Terrorist acts have dropped by 90%. Israelis build a wall around the West Bank.

60 West Bank Wall Graffiti

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64 Homework NOTE: Use the back of the blue flap and the front of the yellow flap, but do NOT use the back of the yellow flap!

65 Student-Led Conferences 1. Share a piece of work that makes you proud. (Not a test!) (1 minute) 2. Share a piece of work that shows growth. (Not a test!) (1 minute) 3. Share a piece of work that shows a need for growth. (Not a test!) (1 minute) 4. Share your midterm and your final. (1 minute) 5. Take your family on a tour of the timeline. Discuss at least 3 events about Rome and 3 events about monotheistic religions. (3 minutes) 6. Show your family anything related to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. (3 minutes) 7. Show your family the city of Jerusalem. Identify whether each holy site is important to Jews, Christians, or Muslims, and explain why. (3 minutes)

66 DO NOW: Political Cartoon #5 C = Who is the cartoonist? O = What is the occasion? P = What is the purpose? S = What is the significance of the symbols? The cartoonist is sympathetic toward Israelis. The Palestinians terrorist group Hamas has fired rockets at Israelis, so the Israelis have fought back. The repeated “FIRE” frame shows that Hamas has provoked Israel. The cartoonist wants to show that Hamas deserved the harsh response from the Israelis.

67 Yanal (Arionna Hernandez) brought up this idea…


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