Israel, the partitioned state a political history since 1900 by Amos Perlmutter

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StatementAmos Perlmutter.
LC ClassificationsDS126.5 .P439 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 398 p., 8 p. of plates :
Number of Pages398
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2533797M
ISBN 10068418396X
LC Control Number85014513

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Earlier in the evening, the Jewish People's Council had gathered at the Tel Aviv Museum, and approved a proclamation, declaring "the establishment of a Jewish state in Eretz Israel, to be known as the State of Israel".

The Arab–Israeli War began with the invasion of, or intervention in, Palestine by the Arab States on 15 May   Israel Becomes a State. In Mayless than a year after the Partition Plan for Palestine was introduced, Britain withdrew from Palestine and Israel declared itself an independent state.

In the Israeli narrative, the Zionists before and after the founding of the Jewish state were willing to share or partition the historic land of Palestine, a compromise rejected by the. Chapter 3: Partition. The United Nations unjustly partitioned Palestine.

The partition plan gave the Jews most of the land, including all the fertile areas. Israel usurped all of Palestine in Prior tothe Palestinian Arabs were never offered a state.

A well-worn chapter of Israel’s creation myth explains its conquests thus: When in Novemberthe United Nations proposed partitioning Palestine into two states (General Assembly Resolution ), Israel’s founders embraced the offer with gratitude, whereas the Palestinians scoffed at it and attacked the fledgling “Jewish state”.

Israel has one of the world's most advanced and lethal air forces. In Novemberhowever, when the United Nations General Assembly voted to partition. Issues relating to the State of Israel and aspects of the Arab–Israeli conflict and more recently the Iran-Israel conflict occupy repeated annual debate times, resolutions and resources at the United Nations.

Since its founding inthe United Nations Security Council, has adopted 79 resolutions directly related to the Arab–Israeli conflict as of January Israel (/ ˈ ɪ z r i ə l, ˈ ɪ z r eɪ ə l /; Hebrew: יִשְׂרָאֵל ‎; Arabic: إِسْرَائِيل ‎), officially known as the State of Israel (Hebrew: מְדִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל ‎, Medinat Yisra'el), is a country in Western Asia, located on the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea and the northern shore of the Red has land borders with Lebanon to.

One-state debate since A poll conducted in by Israel Democracy Institute suggested that 15% of right-wing Jewish Israelis and 16% of left-wing Jewish Israelis support a binational state solution over a two states solution based on ing to the same poll, 66% of Jewish Israelis preferred the two-state solution.

Some Israeli government spokespeople have also proposed. The original partition resolution passed by the UN in Novemberdid not call for the establishment of a state of Israel. UN Resolution called for dividing Palestine into Independent Arab and Jewish States.

Even France voted in favor of the partition plan which may have been the last time France voted in favor of Israel at the UN. The UN partition plan divided Palestine into Jewish and Arab states, with Jerusalem designated as an international city.

The Zionist leaders “accepted” the plan, but only as a temporary tactic, until Israel could later expand and take over all of historical Palestine. The Palestinians rejected the plan, unwilling to compromise their claim to Palestine and aware of the Zionist.

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Andrei Gromyko, Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin’s representative at the United Nations, stunned the world on Novemduring the debate on the partition of Palestine into an Arab state.

Partition—the physical division of territory along ethno-religious lines into separate nation-states—is often presented as a successful political solution to ethnic conflict. In the twentieth century, at least three new political entities—the Irish Free State, the Dominions (later Republics) of India and Pakistan, and the State of Israel—emerged as results of partition.

“In the Land of Israel,” David Ben-Gurion, the Jewish state’s first and still foremost prime minister, once said, “anyone who doesn’t believe in miracles is not a realist.”.

The proposal to partition Palestine, based on a modified version of the UNSCOP majority report, was put to a General Assembly vote on Novem The fate of the proposal was initially uncertain, but, after a period of intense lobbying by pro-Jewish groups and individuals, the resolution was passed with 33 votes in favour, 13 against.

Get this from a library. Israel: a concise history of a nation reborn. [Daniel Gordis] -- Offers a concise history of the state of Israel, from the origination of the idea of a Jewish state, through its realization, to its status today, examining the cultural, economic, and political. Most arguments put to Israel for agreeing to a partition are that it is preferable to an imagined, frightening future in which the country ceases to be either a Jewish state.

Drawing from his recently published book State of Terror, he addressed the centennial of the Balfour Declaration and his views on the way toward ending today’s Israel-Palestine “conflict.

OnDavid Ben-Gurion declared statehood in the old Tel Aviv Museum, now Independence Hall, on Rothschild Boulevard. The climax was this sentence: “We hereby declare the establishment of a Jewish state in Eretz-Israel, to be known as the State of Israel.” This was the applause line, the culmination, and the naming of the state.

The next diplomatic milestone in the process leading up to the establishment of the State of Israel was the Partition Vote in the United Nations on Nov. 29, Many streets in Israel are named. UN Partition []. In the US Congress adopted a resolution for the restoration of a Jewish Commonwealth.

According to a public opinion poll [source?] 65% supported the creation of a Jewish State, and during the third quarter of White House recei postcards, 1, letters, and 1, telegrams urging it to push the UN to adopt the partition plan. Despite strong Arab opposition, the United Nations votes for the partition of Palestine and the creation of an independent Jewish state.

The modern conflict between Jews and Arabs in. The Dome of the Rock Mosque, West Jerusalem in the background. Jerusalemthe United Nations Partition Plan provided for an international status for the city of Jerusalem and its vicinity, that was to become a Corpus Separatum under international control.

But in the War ofIsrael conquered the western part of the city, while Jordan took possession of East Jerusalem. Inafter a half-century of Zionist organization and effort, Israel, the self-described "Jewish State," was finally created by a US-approved UN partition of the United Kingdom's colonialist.

Jews celebrate in the streets of Tel Aviv moments after the United Nations voted on Novemto partition Palestine which paved the way for the creation of the State of Israel. >> The Jews in pre-state Israel who called for a binational state A look at the map he drew up illustrates his words.

Under Mohn’s proposal, the land is split up into seven parts: the Jerusalem area, which was supposed to come under international control, and six-triangle-shaped areas – three for the Jewish state and three for the Arab state. The approval of the 1, homes is a further setback to dwindling hopes of an internationally backed partition deal that would enable the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside Israel.

“The IDF won’t allow any attempt to violate the State of Israel’s sovereingty,” the military says in a statement. The empty pages of our guest book. The Partition Plan in Perspective.

Zionist organizations established in the s and ’40s lobbied President Harry Truman to recognize the state of Israel despite strong objections by Middle East experts. Loy Henderson of the State Department warned that the UN partition plan would “guarantee that the Palestine problem would be permanent and still more complicated in the.

In the Arab League put forward its peace initiative, offering Israel complete peace with all Arab states once Israel had permitted the creation of a Palestinian state on occupied territory. "The Prime Minister of Great Britain at the time, David Lloyd George, spoke about the historical or biblical formula, borders, for the State of Israel," Grief said.

"And that. Again, Israel is a warning of and by God; and the extreme degree of hubris and insanity that propels the United States to repeat what has brought Israel such unmitigated suffering, calamity.

Guy. Perfect, Israel is not; not by a long chalk. But neither is it the demonised caricature presented by the extremists: a ‘Racist-Imperialist-Apartheid-Nazi-Baby Killing-Genocidal State that controls global media, global politics and global finance’.

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