What is the conflict between Israel and Palestine

 The dispute between Israel and Palestine began in the 20th century. This controversy is quite large and covers many issues within itself…

Quarrels in Mian-Biwi in this corner of the world are often quipped, and funerals like Omar Sharif, who lives across the border, call him the war of Palestine and Israel. The homemaker and the homemaker end up fighting after fighting for a while, but Palestine and Israel do not agree with these battles… blood that does not name a stop, rockets that have been wreaking havoc for years, and that the innocents are Do not get any chance to live. On centuries of bitterness between Israel and Palestine.

When did the dispute Start

The latest Israeli attacks in the Gaza Strip have shed hundreds of blood so far. In response, Hamas also wreaked havoc in which Israelis lost their lives. The dispute between Israel and Palestine began in the 20th century. This controversy is quite large and covers many issues within itself. The dispute between Yeshiva (Jews living in Palestine) and the Arab population living in Palestine under Ottoman and British rule is considered part of the current confrontation. Conflicts between Israel and Palestine include these issues - recognition of each other's existence, border, security, water rights, control over Jerusalem, Israeli settlements, Palestine independence movement, and the solution to the problem of refugees.

This dispute in the mirror of dates.

1914: Palestine lived at that time with half a million Arabs and about 65,000 Jews from Europe. Palestine was part of the Ottoman Empire during that time.

1917: Lord Balfour, the then Foreign Minister of Britain, promised the Jews to make Palestine their home..

1918: After World War I, France ruled Syria, Britain ruled Palestine and Jordan.

1922–39: More than three hundred thousand Jews arrived in Palestine from Europe. A violent confrontation ensued. Britain suppressed the opposition of the Arabs.

1947-48: On May 15, 1948, Israel received the status of a country. Israel's army crushed the Arabs' opposition. Lakhs of Palestinians were forced to take shelter in neighboring countries.

: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) formed. In 1969, Al-Fath of Yasir Arafat took over power in Palestine.

1967: Israel invades Arabs. The battle lasted for six days. Israel seized Egypt from Sinai, Syria from the Golan Heights, Jordan to the West Bank and Jerusalem.

1973: Syria and Egypt attack Israel, failing.

1978: Egypt and Israel sign the Camp David Pact in the US.

1982: Israel invades Lebanon. Hundreds of Palestinian refugees were killed in Beirut. He threw thePLO out.In the early 80s: Israel settled in Jewish settlements on Palestine land in the West Bank.

1987: The Palestinians in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip launch an agitation against Israeli occupation.

1993: Treaty of Oslo. In this, the PLO and Israel recognized each other. In the West Bank and Gaza, Palestine gained the right to govern to a certain extent.

2000: Israel occupies a large part of the West Bank. The second movement started. Palestinian militants launched suicide attacks.

2004: By this time, more than 4 million Palestinian refugees were living in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

2005: Israel withdraws from Gaza. Hamas won the elections.

2008: Armed conflict erupts in Israel and Palestine. Thousands of Palestinians were killed in the three-week war.

2011: Palestine brought a resolution to the United Nations. It demanded acceptance of the Palestinian state. In November, it gained UNESCO membership.

2012: Palestinian militants launch rockets in March. In retaliation, Israel carried out airstrikes. Hamad's second-largest leader, Ahmed Jabari, was killed in an Israeli attack in November. Hamas fired thousands of rockets at Israel 

Latest News;

Gaza City: Israel has intensified military offensive in the Gaza Strip, killing 10 of Hamas's top extremist commanders, and several airstrikes that destroyed the buildings where the Hamas people lived. The Islamic militant group has also not given any indication of retreat and has fired hundreds of rockets in Israeli cities. Israel made several air strikes as soon as dawn and targeted dozens of targets in Gaza. Airstrikes were continuing on Wednesday as well, causing a smog of smoke in the air. Desolation took place in the streets of Gaza City at night and people remained confined inside their homes on the last day of Ramadan. 

The Health Ministry of Gaza said that 65 Palestinians have died, including 16 children and five women. The Islamic Jihad has confirmed the deaths of seven extremists, while Hamas has spoken of the death of a top commander and several other members. Also Read - Israel- Hamas Fighting: More than 70 people killed in sharp fighting between Israelis-Palestinians

A total of seven people have died in Israel, of which four died on Wednesday. These include a soldier killed by an anti-tank missile and a six-year-old child killed in a rocket attack. The Israeli military claimed that more extremists were killed than Hamas reported. However, the United Nations and Egyptian officials said that ceasefire efforts are going on but there is no sign of progress in it. Also Read - Indian woman was talking to husband on video call from Israel, then Hamas rocket attack killed her

The fight between the two enemies in just three days reminded the devastating war of 2014 which lasted for 50 days. This battle has given rise to horrific Jewish-Arab violence in Israel decades later.

Zayad Khattab, 44, who came to central Gaza after fleeing a bomb in his building in Gaza City, said, "Can not run anywhere." Can not hide anywhere. Gaza militants continued to fire rockets at Israel throughout the day. Life has come to a standstill in southern communities near Gaza.

Authorized to intensify PM Benjamin Netanyahu's attack

Israeli television channel 12 reported late Wednesday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's security cabinet had given the authority to intensify the attack.

UN Secretary-General condemns rocket attack, also urges restraint

UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutaras condemned the indiscriminate rocket-firing from civilian areas in Gaza towards Israeli-populated areas, but at the same time requested Israel to exercise maximum restraint.

Diplomat sending to america

US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken called on Netanyahu to support Israel's right to defend itself and said he was sending a senior diplomat as part of an effort to end the tension.

The era of violence started from Jerusalem

The spate of violence began a month ago in Jerusalem, where armed Israeli police remained stationed during the holy month of Ramadan, and the threat of deportation of dozens of Palestinian families by Jewish refugees sparked protests and clashes with police. Police released tear gas shells and hurled grenades at the demonstrators at Al Aqsa Mosque. Hamas, who claimed to have saved Jerusalem, fired several rockets into Israel late on Monday night, after which the fighting began.

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