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Review importance of geographic region. Explore impact of Arab Spring Identify key events & players in Arab-Israeli Conflict. Describe issues holding up the peace process.
Land Primarily Desert Mountain Ranges Key Rivers Peoples Arabs > 50% peoples Most Muslim Israel Jewish nation Large ethnic groups struggle for sovereignty Key Nations Turkey Syria Lebanon Israel Jordan Iraq Iran Saudi Arabia Egypt
Why is this region important? Connects 3 Continents Vital Resources Religion
Causes? Economic Conditions Poly Conditions Face of Revolution? Youth Radicals Role of Social Media? Twitter, Facebook, Youtube Evaluation Overthrown? Continuing? Reforms? Impact on US?
Judaism Canaan -> Egypt -> Sinai -> Fertile Crescent -> Diaspora Christianity Roman ruled Pal -> messiah -> crucifixion -> Spread Islam Muhammed prophet -> Mecca -> Medina -> Back Caliphs spread 5 pillars -> Sunni/Shiite split Fundamentalism Why return to tradition? Jihad & violence Islamaphobia
How did the Balfour Declaration lead to UN Resolution 181? Arab nations and Israel clashed in what 4 wars? What are occupied territories?
Which nation was 1 st to recognize Israeli’s right to exist? What is the significance of the 1993 Oslo Accords? What is the Road Map?
Who are the key players in the Middle East Peace talks? What issues are preventing a final status resolution?
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End of unit reflection on skills, project, structure, and theme. Handout
Religion In the Middle East
Modern Middle East Notes Ms. Hunt RMS IB Middle School
Lesson 6: A Clash Between Right and Right. Review religious origins and ties. Research, synthesize, and create a timeline of key events and issues.
1 Middle East: Locations & Geography. 1 Saudi Arabia (Islam)
CONFLICT IN THE MIDDLE EAST. The region has been the focus of geopolitic since WWII Often called the “Shatterbelt” opposing cultural, religious, political.
+ Unit 9 – The Middle East Topic 1 – Why did the League of Nations partition the Ottoman Empire into Mandates after WWI?
What is the name of this body of water? Mediterranean Sea.
Modern Middle East Notes MR. HARDY RMS IB Middle School
“Middle East” is a term invented by Europeans to describe the geographical region that lies between Europe and distant parts of Asia (what they called.
SS7H2c Describe how land and religion are reasons for continuing conflicts in the Middle East. Concept: Conflict Creates Change.
Lesson 2. Compare the three major world religions: Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. Analyze the Islamic religion to dispel preconceived notions.
Creating the Modern Middle East. Uniting Peoples: -Arabs took over the region in the mid 600s. 1. governed for over 150 years -The Turks led by.
+ Arab Israeli Conflict Very Brief Overview.
Middle East Review for Test Essay Topic: Conflicts in the Middle East (Persian Gulf War, Arab-Israeli Conflict etc.) Complete CASTELEARNING.
Middle East Peace Process. Importance: 1) Important to achieving other US FP goals in the region 2) Stability in the ME 3) Decreases Terrorism.
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict By: Georgia Sutjiadi.
Israel World History. Roman Diaspora 66 AD - Romans kick Jews out of Palestine.
Last Word: No homework FrontPage: Turn in your homework to the back box. You are now done with the 9-week grading period.
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