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The Gop

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“We will stand up for our friends in the world. And one of the most important friends is the State of Israel. My administration will be steadfast in support Israel against terrorism and violence, and in seeking the peace for which all Israelis pray.” Said the Republican President George W. Bush in 2001. The Republican Party (GOP) have a long history of views towards the Israel-Palesitnian conflict.

This paper will analyze the Republican party's Israel-Palestinae conflict narrative by using open sources. The paper will start with describing the story teller from his point of view. Second, the paper will anaylise the GOP Israeli-Palestinian conflict's timeline based on the the storyteller official platform and on commentes by GOP's leaders and candidate in the media. Third, the paper will discuess the use of words and terms by the GOP to discribe the conflict. Forth the paper will discuess the political outcome. The paper will conclude with anylazing the story teller narrative.

Define the storyteller from www.gop.com

The GOP, the Grand Old Party, started its way with "people who opposed slavery". These people were common everyday people who "bristled" from the fact that men had any right to oppress their fellow man. "Free soil, free labor, free speech, free men" were the orcale of the GOP founders which aimed to settle western land. These enterprising people "gave birth to the Republican Party" in 1856 when the Republicans became a national party by nominating John C.Fremont for the President of the party. In 1860 Abraham Lincoln became the first Republican presedient and from that point the Republican party established as a major political party.

In 1861, the beginning of the civil war, the Republicans worked to pass the Thirteenth Amendment, which outawed slavery, the Fourteenth Amendment, which guaranteed equal protection under the laws, and the Fiftheenth Amendment, which helped secure voting rihts for African-Americans. These accomplishements of...