This conflict is a classic example of colonial expansionism, and is in no way "unprecendented". And when you read this article you will find that the only "unprecedented" fact that the author can identify is this: "since the Jews had no mother country that had sent them on colonial conquests" Big. Whoopie. Dude, what makes "colonial expansionism", is the "colonizing", and all you have done is to show that you have no understanding of the distinction between "empire building" an "colonial expansionism".
Egypt mediating between Israel, Hamas to restore quiet to Gaza Strip, sources say (Haaretz)
from the article: Why the Israeli-Palestinian conflict refuses to be resolved
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