The first thing worth noting is that the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is not a conflict between Jews and Muslims. There are a number of Muslims who fight in the Israeli Defense Forces. It is a ethnic conflict in much the same way that Sri Lanka's conflict between the Sinhalese and the Tamils was an ethnic conflict. The fact that most Israelis identify as Jews and most Palestinians identify as Muslims is part of their ethnic make-up but not its defining aspect.
As concerns resolution, a number of things would have to take place before a long-standing peace (as opposed to a mere cessation of hostilities) could take place. There are other requisites, but there are the most important.
1) Mutual Recognition: Israel would need to recognize a completely independent and sovereign Palestinian Government that would fully control a certain amount of the former British Mandate of Palestine (most likely Gaza and the West Bank). Israel would also have to confer on this state the unambiguous nature of being correct and necessary for Israel. Conversely, Palestine would have to recognize the Right for Israel to Exist as a Jewish State occupying the remaining amount of the British Mandate of Palestine (most likely 1949-Israel). Both sides would have to recognize the historical and emotional value that the land also has to the other.
2) Regional/International Recognition: States that have adopted attitudes strongly favoring one side at the expense of the other, such as the Arab States would need to recognize the legitimacy of both Israel and Palestine.
3) Israeli Reparation Payments: Israel dispossessed many Palestinians of their property, either by malicious activities that took place during the Arab-Israeli Wars or by Ben-Gurion refusing to let Palestinians who left return after the 1948-9 War. Israel needs to pay the Palestinian government reparations for the land that was taken in this way.
4) Israeli Withdrawal from the Settlements: Israel must withdraw from the Settlements to provide Palestine with a viable infrastructure and complete sovereignty. The Settlers must return to Israeli territory. The buildings, however, should be left as partial payment of the above-mentioned reparations.
5) Palestinians Must Concede Right of Return: Recognizing the State of Israel as a Jewish State is meaningless if Palestinians en masse are allowed to Return to Israel. Therefore, Palestinians (and their backers) must abandon the notion that they can ever return to Israeli territory. Palestinians should leave the refugee camps and become proper citizens in this new country of Palestine.
6) Jerusalem Must Be Shared or Internationalized: Palestine and Israel both want Jerusalem and the only way to solve this is either divide the city East/West respectively and divide the Old City or Internationalize the City or some combination of Internationalization and division. Neither side will rest until it can assure its followers that its holy sites will be protected.
7) Liberal Thought: Just in general, people have to be willing to compromise and live with that compromise.
There is a conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. It is a land conflict, not a religious one. However, because of this conflict, there may be a tension between the two religious groups, but this tension is not necessarily true among all. There are many Jews and Muslims working together, not only to resolve this issue, but in everyday tasks.
He did not successfully resolve the conflict and it has become even bloodier since his departure. However, he led the PLO all the way up to it being recognized as the Palestinian Authority, which forms the Palestinian side of all current negotiations for a peaceful resolution in Israel and Palestine.
The UN has tried many steps, but every one has been blocked by the USA.
Local courts resolve local issues like conflicts between neighbors.
How does Mowgli resolve the conflict he has with the children that tease him in the village in the jungle book
You have to be calm and composed to resolve a conflict. Fights can never be won by violence.
Theres only one way to find out.. FIGHT.
where the conflict resolved
the easiest way to resolve conflict. To talk it out.
The Camp David Accords brought peace and mutual recognition between Egypt and Israel, but did not resolve the issues at the heart of the Arab-Israeli Conflict.
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you have to resolve it so that you can team up with someone else.
Actually, the Missouri Compromise did not resolve the conflict. It attempted to resolve the conflict, but in fact just put it off for a few decades. The basic issue was whether slavery would be allowed in the territory of the Louisiana Purchase, and the compromise was that it would be permitted south of a demarcation line, but not to the north. In the end, if failed to work for several reasons.
Peace by dialogue.
Comedy. Comedy works very well, and resolves conflict by relieving stress and anger.
she was good because she tried to resolve the conflict between Egypt and Rome.
AnswerSome ways to resolve conflicts include:ArbitrationmeditationNegotiation
Solved usually signifies the clearing of a mystery or problem; resolve denotes the clearing of a conflict between two or more parties.
As Demsey (1999) puts it: "Ethics represents the attempt to resolve the conflict between selfishness and selflessness; between our material needs and our conscience."
It depends on which book.