HTY233 SLU Concise History Of The Middle East Zionist Movement

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Define the Zionist movement, which stated that Jewish people needed their own homeland. Summarize how this took place.


If you had to draft the main points for an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement, what recurring problems between the Israelis and Palestinians would you try to rectify to bring an end to this costly, 70-year conflict? Use the readings and activities from this module and any additional research to try and devise at least three possible solutions. Post your findings in bullet format (3-4 lines each) – in each bullet, identify the problem and follow that with your proposed solution.

Example: Bullet 1: Support for the two-state solution – one of the ways to possibly end the fighting between the Israelis and Palestinians would be for the international community to support a two-state solution. To make this happen, however, both sides would have to put aside their historical differences and compromise.

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Define the Zionist movement, which stated that Jewish people needed their own homeland.
Summarize how this took place. (150 - 200)
the Zionist movement was a national organization that constituted Jewish population whose
main agenda was to offer re-establishment and reclaiming Jewish territory homeland
commonly known as historic land of Israel. The main goal of this movement was to support the
creation of a Jewish national state in Palestine. The origin of Zionist movement can be traced
back in 1897, and it is considered to have been founded by Theodor Herzi. Nevertheless, the
history of this movement began earlier and is associated with Jewish and Judaism history.
Prior to the Holocaust, the main agenda of the movement was the introduction of a
Jewish nati...


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