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The Next Intifada Palestinian Strategy As Outlined in the PA Media Presentation by Middle East Newsline, Montreal, Canada.
Abbas Urged to Renew Uprising Pressure from Fatah Pressure from Hamas Pressure from Israel and U.S.
Pressure from Fatah Poor Showing in Municipal Elections Fear of Loss in PLC Elections Preparing for Power Struggle
Pressure from Hamas Emboldened by Election Results Building a State Within a State Preparing to Take Over Gaza after PLC Elections
Pressure from Israel, U.S. Demand for PA Security Reform Demand for Dismantling of Insurgency Groups Demand for Democracy, Fiscal Transparency
Fear of Israeli Withdrawal PA Can’t Impose Order on Gaza Israel Could Seal Up Gaza U.S. Would Support W. Bank Settlement Blocs
Bush Loses Credibility President Seen as Close to Sharon Concern Over Pro-Democracy Drive Unable to Implement PA Security Reforms
Scenarios of Bush-Abbas Meeting Bush Will Counsel Patience President Will Push for PA Security Reform Congress Will Block U.S. Aid Package
Uprising As Strategy Insurgency Would Strengthen PA Position Change U.S. Support for Israel Wear Down Sharon’s Resolve
Options for Uprising Mass Violence Against Israeli Troops Attacks on Jewish Settlements Provoke Massive Israeli Military Response
Immediate Results of Uprising Delay PLC Elections and Fatah Loss Strengthen Abbas and PA Win International Support for Palestinians
Conclusion Abbas Likely to Delay Uprising Fatah, Hamas Prepare for Renewal of War Gaza Strip to Serve as Launching Pad
Middle East in Transition The Arab-Israeli Conflict.
Israel. Post WWII In 1947 the United Nations proposed dividing Palestine into an Arab nation and a Jewish nation. In 1947 the United Nations proposed.
Israel and Palestine Religious Issues become Regional Conflict.
Israeli-Arab Relations ACW The Middle East: Israel
The Creation of Israel. The Diaspora and Zionsim Diaspora is the scattering of Jews from roughly 700 BC to 100 AD by Assyrians, Babylonians, and Romans.
1897 The World Zionist Organization was founded Zionists believed that Palestine was rightfully the homeland of the Jews.
© ProQuest 2006 LT6: I can explain the causes, progression, and current state of the Arab/Israeli Conflict. Arab = Palestinian / Palestine Jew = Israeli.
Questions to think about: What is the P.L.O.? Why did it form? What are its goals?
Israel / Palestine: Arab / Jewish Population ( )
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Arc of Crisis: Israel - Palestine Back ground to the Crisis.
Decolonization (1945-Present). Indian Independence The partition set off mass migrations of Muslims fleeing India and Hindus fleeing Pakistan.
Focus Group Central Middle East Max Suchov, Alexis Diamond, Nassim, Hiekali, Samantha Henshel, Natalie Jacobs. February 3, 2000 Palestinian Authority Jordan.
Availability of water determines where people live in this area. Water = People. The Middle East is a crossroads – Many civilizations have crossed this.
Arab-Israeli Conflict. Sykes-Picot Agreement 1916 Secret Agreement between France & Britain Defined the spheres of influence that France & Britain would.
The George W. Bush Years. I. The 2000 Election A.Al Gore received more votes than Bush, but Bush won in the electoral college granting him the victory.
Middle East in Transition Other Middle Eastern Issues.
MODERN WORLD HISTORY Unit 7 Unit 7 Agenda Day 1 – Cold War Day 2 – Conflicts After 1945: Korea; Vietnam & Israel/Palestine Day 3 - End of the Cold War.
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Launch List 1. Copy objective 9 Why did the A.O.C FAIL? (2)
American Foreign Policy in the PCW (or unipolarity) Week 5.
MS TAIMUN 13 SECURITY COUNCIL Topic 1: Maintenance of international security-good neighborliness, stability and development in Iran and Israel Topic 2:
Middle East in Transition The Persian Gulf War and Its Continuing Aftermath.
Nationalist Movements in the Late 20 th Century Chapters
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Arabs in the Jewish State. This country is Jewish and democratic: Democratic towards Jews, and Jewish towards Arabs. … IS THAT SO? - MK Ahmad Tibi, Ha.
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