The Israeli-American Hammer-Lock on Palestine. What If: Fifty Years After the Six-Day War. Daniel Pipes (DanielPipes.org) is president of the Middle East Forum. © 2014 by Daniel Pipes.
All rights reserved. Israel's military triumph over three enemy states in June 1967 is the most outstandingly successful war of all recorded history. The six-day war: why Israel is still divided over its legacy 50 years on. Netanyahu Finally Has the President He Wants. History Suggests There Will Still Be Problems. By Ronald L.
Feinman The latest flap between the United States government and the Israeli government, at the end of the Obama Administration, over the United Nations resolution about Israeli settlements on the West Bank is nothing really new, as the relationship between Israel and the United States has always been fraught with controversy and tension, no matter who is the leader of Israel and who is President of the United States. The United States has always ensured the survival of Israel, but the two governments have regularly disagreed about tactics, strategy and policy, and this will continue into the future, assuredly. We will see what transpires after President Donald Trump, who has committed himself to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian question, finishes his visit to Israel and Saudi Arabia, and after his talks with the Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas which took place in May at the White House. Dwight D. John F. Lyndon B. George H. George W. Palestine since 1947. Aucun titre saisi.
Islamofascism and anti-fascism in the Arab world during World War II. Heinrich Hoffmann/German Federal Archives/Wikimedia Commons This article supplements Fascism, a Slate Academy.
To learn more and to enroll, visit Slate.com/Fascism. This photo has had an extraordinary life for an archival document. It remains a fixture on anti-Muslim websites, and an anti-Muslim group paid to have it plastered on buses in several U.S. cities in 2014. 40 maps that explain the Middle East. Maps can be a powerful tool for understanding the world, particularly the Middle East, a place in many ways shaped by changing political borders and demographics.
Teaching the History of the Israeli-Arab Conflict in Israel. Rédacteur Avner Ben-Amos A la suite du texte de Sebastien Ledoux et Samuel Ghiles Meilhac sur les difficultés de l’enseignement en France du conflit israélo-arabe, Avner Ben-Amos, Professeur d’histoire de l’éducation à l’université de Tel Aviv, nous a fait parvenir ce texte sur le traitement de la question dans les manuels scolaires israéliens depuis les années 1990.
Since history manuals are regarded as having an important role in the formation of national memory and hence of national identity, their content is prone to external pressure of politicians and social groups more than other kinds of school manuals. However, other factors also influence these manuals, notably developments within the discipline of history and pedagogical novelties. Israel is no exception to those rules. After Months of Repairs, Burial Place of Jesus Reopens. A team of scientists and workers has completed repairs on what is said to be the burial place of Jesus Christ in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Theconversation. President Donald Trump has effectively abandoned long-standing US policy on how to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian dispute.
Appearing alongside visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last week, Trump said: Looking at two-state or one-state [solutions], I like the one that both parties like. I’m very happy with the one both parties like. I can live with either one. Trump’s statement caused grave concern, particularly for Palestinians. The intent and meaning of Trump’s statement ought to be of great interest to Australians this week.
Australia’s prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, this week rejected the orthodox position that Israel is in violation of international law in Palestine. Turnbull’s repetition of Australia’s commitment to a two-state solution appears hollow in light of his government’s uncritical welcome of Netanyahu. But what would single and two-state solutions look like? What is a one-state solution? Such a solution would effectively be an apartheid state. Lesson: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Through Kids' Eyes. Subjects Social Sciences --World history --Civics --Geography World religions and cultures Grade Brief Description.
Remembering the Palestinians murdered at Kafr Qasim six decades ago. October 2016 marks the 60th anniversary of one of the key events in Jewish-Arab history within Israel: the Kafr Qasim massacre of 1956, in which 49 women, men and children were shot dead by an army unit instructed to kill all breakers of a badly implemented curfew.
This event is not part of the national Israeli calendar. It is mentioned only in passing as a “bad apple” in the national story. As far as Palestinian Israelis are concerned, the massacre, the impunity enjoyed by its perpetrators and the Israeli state’s failure to go beyond cynical gestures and officially recognise it as a crime have left a gaping wound in Jewish-Palestinian relations. Colonial Slow Genocide: Palestinian Leader Abbas asks Britain for “Balfour” Apology. Mahmoud Abbas, president of Palestine, is asking Britain for an apology for its having in 1917 issued the infamous “Balfour Declaration.”
He won’t get one. What Is the Difference Between Sunni and Shiite Muslims. 10-5-05 (Updated 6-13-14) Google Questions tags: Islam, Muslims, Shiites, Sunnis by HNN Staff Related Links The Islam religion was founded by Mohammed in the seventh century. In 622 he founded the first Islamic state, a theocracy in Medina, a city in western Saudi Arabia located north of Mecca. The Spy Who Saved Israel. Uri Bar-Joseph is a professor of political science at the University of Haifa, Israel.
He has written numerous scholarly works, including six books, on intelligence, Israel’s national security doctrine, and the history of the Arab-Israeli wars, and has served for more than 10 years as an active-duty and a reserve-duty intelligence analyst in the IDF (Israeli Defense Force) Intelligence/Research Division. He is the author of The Angel: The Egyptian Spy Who Saved Israel (Harper, August 2016) Frederick Forsyth once wrote that “The spies in history who can say from their graves, the information I supplied to my masters, for better or worse, altered the history of our planet, can be counted on the fingers of one hand.” Although his story had been mostly unknown so far, Ashraf Marwan, the son in-law of Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser, a close advisor of his successor President Anwar Sadat, and a Mossad spy for 28 years, is one of these few.
Review of Michael N. Barnett's "The Star and the Stripes: A History of the Foreign Policies of American Jews" By Henry D. Fetter Henry D.