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  1. Abstract.
  2. Introduction.
  3. The history of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict.
  4. Three major goals.
  5. The 2006 election of Hamas by the Palestinian people.
  6. Responsibility for the current situation and the western world.
  7. Conclusion.
  8. Sources.

For the purposes of my paper, I will be researching and analyzing the causes and possible solutions of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. I will do this by first establishing an understanding of the history of the conflict and then analyzing the present day political and social ramifications. I believe it to be important to look into the effects of the Western world in addition to the remainder of the Arab world in relation to the conflict and the broader Arab-Israeli conflict. I have found numerous government sources that will provide much of the statistical information I use. There are numerous publications on the topic in question. Essentially, I hope to find adequate information and resources to draw conclusions of my own regarding the best option for conflict resolution. My primary focus will be on the social aspect of the conflict.

[...] While both the Israelis and the Palestinians wish for a clear resolution to the violence, the fact that blame is spread so evenly amongst so many groups and nations makes the issue of resolution itself a bit of a gray area. I truly believe that the ideal solution will not come in this lifetime. Social attitudes play too heavy a role for resolution to be a quick and thoroughly successful possibility. Even were a two-state solution to be finalized and Israel and Palestine to achieve mutual autonomy, there is no guarantee that terrorism would cease and the violence would end. [...]


[...] In order for a true peace to be achieved, media bias needs to end and societal understanding of the underlying issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict needs to be facilitated rather than suppressed. This applies not only to the people of Israel and Palestine, but to the remainder of the Arab world and the broader Western world, particularly the United States. Perhaps most crucial to peaceful resolve in Israel and Palestine is the involvement of the United States. US bias towards Israel must end. [...]

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