Middle East Crisis

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The Middle East

Violence in the Middle East must be stopped for the good of humankind. Fighting in recent days has been hazardous and fatal. There are many things that can be done to prevent this violence. A permanent cease-fire must be in effect, the international community should get involved and land claims must be worked out. These three things are necessary in order to resolve this situation.

A permanent cease-fire would be very important. If a permanent cease-fire was in effect, the death tolls will be dramatically lowered. The first step in the cease-fire process would be to unite both the Israelis and the Palestinians in an international peace conference. This conference would make both countries realize that the violence that is occurring is serious and horrible. The Palestinians must cease their protests. These protests in the recent days have been turned into bloody battles because of the "rock throwers". The rock throwers cause the Israelis to return fire. In the worst case, this violence could turn into a mass murder. The violence might become so violent, that there would be many unnecessary deaths and a potential genocide, which has happened in other countries such as Yugoslavia with this similar situation. This is not the only thing that has to take place in order for the peace process to proceed.

The international community should be involved in the peace process. The United Nations condemns this violence and should intervene before it becomes out of hand. The UN should send an International force to the Middle East to prevent the violence which is occurring. The United Nations would show hard force towards both sides. They would enforce peace as opposed to violence and make it safer for the local population, which has been affected by the clashes. The main reason that the peace process has been halted is because of the anarchy and violence. If this was halted, there could be a chance that the peace process could take...
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