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Hi, need to submit a 1750 words essay on the topic To what extent were Human Rights violated in Palestine by Israel since the war started in 1948.The whole menace comes from the issue of land and figh
Hi, need to submit a 1750 words essay on the topic To what extent were Human Rights violated in Palestine by Israel since the war started in 1948.
The whole menace comes from the issue of land and fights on who should take control. There has been some refugee who fled the original homes in the present day Israel, who finds the way to get back to their homes (Adwan, 30). This issue of going back has been a serious problem. For years, there have been many trials to solve the problem but it led to more problems than good.
There have been situations where Israel had put Palestine under suffocating military and Palestine had been terrorizing the Israel. The two dimensions of the rivalry have been worsened by long bitter and the violent history existing between the two nations. Palestinians and Israelis have had divergent views of over last seventy plus years. Peace talk’s processes have been going on, but little hope has been seen because even the 1993 and 1995 Accord, which produced a glimmer hope, has faded away. Over these years of continued conflicts and fights many fundamental human rights of the people of Palestine (Coleman, 84).
Owing to the fall of the Ottoman Empire after the First World War, the allied supreme council granted the Britain the mandates to rule over the states of the Transjordan and Palestine, which in present day is Israel. It was in August 1920 when it was officially allowed in the Treaty, which was signed. The Arab and Zionist were present at the conference, where they signed the agreement, but it was never implemented (Coleman, 50). The terms and borders, which were specified in the treaty, were not followed. The Eastern side was not supposed to be under any mandate. The idea was used by British to build an autonomous Arab territory under the mandate that partially Hussein was fulfilling. The British handed the mandate of the eastern side to Hashemite Dynasty from Hejaz region. The mandate of Transjordan was terminated in 1946 when it gained independence. The Palestinian nationalism started when reacted to the