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    CREATION OF ISRAEL Definitions: zionism: ‘to create for the jewish people a home in palestine secured by the public law’ 1) a homeland state set up for jews‚ by jews 2) movement for the reestablishment and protection of a Jewish nation in what is now Israel. Established as political organisation 1897 by Theodor Herzl anti-semitism - a dislike of Jews (has been around since Christian times) ottoman empire - modern day Turkey holy land - modern day Israel and Palestine mandate - commission

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    Israel should be the land for the Palestinians despite the fact that it was the promise land for the Israelis. The Palestinians have set their communities and home and made their own nation on the land of Israel‚ therefore‚ it is not fair that the Israelis force the Palestinians off the land. Palestinians today are persecuted by the Israelis and have their homes on Israeli soil destroyed and land taken by the Israelis. Israel has no right to violate human rights‚ including maltreating the Palestinians

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    History of Israel

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    1. What are the main arguments of Lissak’s article? In his article “The Demographic-Social Revolution in Israel in the 1950s: The Absorption of the Great Aliyah‚” Moshe Lissak elaborates on the struggles faced by the new Jewish immigrants who arrived to the state of Israel from Europe (such as holocaust survivors) and other Muslim countries‚ such as Yemen‚ Iraq‚ and Morocco. Lissak ensures to highlight three critical arguments‚ or reasons‚ which prove the absorption process during the 1950s

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    Creation of Israel

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    Great Migrations in History The Creation of Israel 1948 The distance characteristics for this specific migration varied greatly; there was people coming from everywhere just to go to the new land of Israel. There were people that were Holocaust survivors looking for a new home‚ Jews fleeing from Arab lands‚ and more. Usually when you migrated at this time period you went on foot. You can imagine how hard it is to travel like that: scarce of food

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    While Israel is a Jewish state‚ it should not be a theocracy. Forcing private enterprises to be closed on religious holidays is not in accordance with a truly democratic state. While it is okay for religious people to not use these shops and for religious stores to be closed on Yom Tov’s‚ this should not mean secular people need to compromise their own lifestyle. Especially in a city like Tel Aviv‚ that is as secular as it gets in Israel and has a very urbanized feeling

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    Borjomi in israel

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    “BORJOMI” in ISRAEL Contents “BORJOMI” in ISRAEL Abstract After getting theoretical knowledge we decided to put it into practice and export “Borjomi Spring Waters” in Israel. The reason we chose Israel is the shortage of water in the country. Despite the fact that there are a lot of water producer companies in this country‚ most of them are exporters. That’s why we decided to add our product to the current market of Israel and challenge existing competitors or at least gain the loyalty

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    Thoughts on israel

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    THOUGHTS ON ISRAEL There is perhaps no other country in the world with a history as chaotic and violent as Israel’s. After all it happens to be the only country in the world which was drawn into a full-scale war a day after it came into existence. And the fact that it was attacked not by 1 but by 4 countries‚namely Egypt‚Jordan‚Syria and Iraq makes its existence all the more impressive. This country generally elicits highly polarized opinions. People either support it wholeheartedly or they hate

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    Israel and Palestine

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    The Arab-Israel conflict is a story which has taken place over a century. In order to understand the conflict between these two cultures their collective histories must be taken into consideration. It was a long and hard path for the Jewish population to get a piece of land they can call their own. A land free of religious persecution. I think that history has shown that these two states can not and will not be able to sustain peace over any period of time. The story between these two countries

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    The Creation of Israel

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    The Creation of Israel The creation of Israel came to be‚ due to the many events in Jewish history. Events such as the Zionism movement and the Holocaust. The Jews wanted a homeland and Palestine was the place to be‚ their ‘Promised Land’ from Abraham their Holy Ancestor. During the Roman Empire times‚ the Romans had conquered and ruled over Palestine at AD70. When the Jews revolted‚ the Romans destroyed their Jewish Temple and all that was left of the Temple to this day is the Wailing Wall which

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    Israel Economy

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    Israel is a developed country‚ an OECD member‚ and a representative democracy with a parliamentary system‚ proportional representation and universal suffrage. The Prime Minister serves as head of government and the Knesset serves as Israel’s unicameral legislative body. Israel has one of the highest life expectancies in the world. The economy‚ based on the nominal gross domestic product‚ was the 41st-largest in the world in 2010‚ with a very high standard of living‚ which is the highest in the Middle

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