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    • * BEN JABO
    • 12.06.07 | 06:41 (IDT)

    Most of your so-called Palestinian's weren't resident in the land. They too were new immigrants.. Now let's look at the disruptions and terror they've caused and are causing. Wikipedia "TIMELINES OF ISRAEL ARAB CONFLICT" has the following date....."History of the conflict Main article: History of the Arab-Israeli conflict [edit] End of 19th century-1948 A declared Jewish immigration into the Land of Israel, Palestine under the Ottoman rule (and later under British mandate), combined with the economic changes in the land, which in turn contributed to a large Arab immigration, increased tensions between the Jewish population and the Arab population in the region.[5][6] By the end of World War II, the conflict became a major international issue. The United Nations, the United States, and the Soviet Union were determined to initiate a two-state solution. The UN mandated partition was put into effect in 1948, but was rejected by the Arab Palestinians and many Arab states.[7] Israel declared its independence on May 14, 1948. Almost immediately, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Transjordan, and Iraq declared war on the nascent nation. By the conclusion of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, Israel had greatly expanded its borders, and signed ceasefire agreements with all its Arab neighbors.[8] [edit] 1949-June 11, 1967 In 1949, Egypt closed the Straits of Tiran to Israeli shipping, and blockaded the Gulf of Aqaba, in contradiction to the terms of the Constantinople Convention of 1888. Many argued that this action also constituted a violation of the Rhodes armistice agreement.[9][10] On July 26, 1956, Egypt nationalized the Suez Canal Company, and closed the canal to Israeli shipping.[11] Israel responded on October 29, 1956, by invading the Sinai Peninsula with British and French support. During the Suez Canal Crisis, Israel captured the Gaza Strip and Sinai Peninsula. The United States and the United Nations soon pressured it into a ceasefire,[11][12] which secured open shipping in the region, complete Israeli withdrawal from Egyptian territory, and the total demilitarization of the Sinai. The United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF) was deployed to oversee said demilitarization.[13]. The UNEF was only deployed on the Egyptian side of the border, as Israel refused to allow them on its territory.[14] On May 19, 1967, Egypt expelled UNEF observers,[15] and deployed 100,000 soldiers in the Sinai Peninsula.[16] It then closed the straits of Tiran to Israeli shipping,[17][18] catapulting the region back to the pre-1956 status quo. On May 30, 1967, Jordan entered into the mutual defense pact between Egypt and Syria. President Nasser declared: "Our basic objective is the destruction of Israel. The Arab people want to fight."[19]

    from the article: An Israeli defeat in Sderot
    First published 00:00 08.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 08.06.07
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