What does the United States have to do with the Conflict in the Gaza Strip?
The United States and the State of Israel have extensive military and economic relations. Therefore, it is very possible that American weaponry was used by Israelis in the Conflict in the Gaza Strip. The United States, however, has no direct involvement with the Conflict.
America is not in any way involved in the Gaza Strip Crisis. The only tangential involvement is that America supports the State of Israel and trades military hardware with them. The United States was diplomatically, militarily, and economically absent from the Gaza Strip and Operation Cast Lead.
Why is the Gaza Strip so important to Israel What country does the Gaza strip belong to What is the whole conflict between Israel and Gaza?
There are three questions here that have each been answered separately. See the Related Questions below.
many years there was israeli Settlements in gaza strip, in the summer of 2005 israel get out from there, since then there isn't israel Presence in gaza strip, but hamas the other isalmic Organizations has take over the gaza strip, and start to shoot Missiles over israel cities, this Situation forced israel to defense itself
The Gaza Strip is of minimal importance to the United States. It is important to Palestinians, since it is the only "functioning" Palestinian Statelet. It is important to Israelis because of the belligerence that its leaders have towards Israel. It is important to nobody else, except those individuals who see themselves as personal allies of either or both Palestine and Israel.
Yes, Gaza City is the largest city in the Gaza Strip.
The Gaza strip looks like a strip of chicken strip.
Gaza Strip, Jerusalem and the West Bank.
Jerusalem, West Bank and Gaza Strip are at the center of the Israeli- Palestinian conflict.
The Gaza Strip is not part of Israel.
The Gaza Strip is a coastal strip of land along the Mediterranean Sea.
It was a small strip of land wherein the city of Gaza was the largest city. Thus Gaza Strip was born.
Currently, the Palestinians are not united. The leader of Fatah in the West Bank is Mahmood Abbas. The leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip is Ismail Haniyeh.
The Gaza Strip is not part of Israel.
It's "volatile" and "Gaza Strip."
The United States brought the Palestinians and the Israelis together in 1993 to sign the Oslo Accords and have tried to bring the two parties together for quite a while now. Most recently, the United States was able to broker, with Egypt's help, a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
Gaza Strip is one of two parts of the Palestinian State territories which includes the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
No. The Gaza Strip is a Palestinian Territory. Egypt is a distinct country that borders the Gaza Strip.
Nobody did that, and the Gaza Strip is not part of Israel.
See Related Links for map of Gaza Strip.
The population of Governance of the Gaza Strip is 1,657,155.
The Palestinians are mostly confined to the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
Israel is not part of the Gaza Strip, and the status is mutual.
No. There is no religion that venerates the area occupied by the Gaza Strip.
the Gaza strip is important because of what has happened here that's why
The Gaza Strip is controlled by Hamas, and is not part of Israel.
Governance of the Gaza Strip was created in 2006-01.
The Gaza strip is significant because it is a place that is fought over by the Israelites and the people of the Middle East. A lot of fighting goes on in the Gaza strip.
Gaza City is in the Gaza Strip. Next to Jerusalem and Israel.
Gaza City is the capital of the Gaza Strip.
The War in Gaza (from Dec. 2008-Jan. 2009) had no affect on the United States and continues to have no affect. Gaza accounted for less than 0.01% of United States Trade, no oceans/seas/air space has been cutoff to American trade. The only marginal consideration is that American tourism to Israel and Gaza dropped.
Israelis do not actually want the Gaza Strip, specifically because it is not part of the Biblical Land of Israel (Gaza is recognized to be part of the Philistine State in Biblical Times). In addition, Gaza is very unattractive and mostly unlivable. The Israelis withdrew their settlements from Gaza in 2005 because they could not justify the military expenditure to protect those settlements. The reason that there is conflict in Gaza is that Israel believes… Read More
Gaza Strip - film - was created in 2002.
The Gaza strip is not a country. It is a territory that is controlled by Israel.
1.82 million Palestinians live in the Gaza Strip.
The Australian Navy is not involved in the fighting in the Gaza Strip when it happens.
Israel does not 'own' the Gaza Strip, and there have been no Israelis there since 2006.
The Gaza Strip is 139 sq miles (360 km²).
At the present time (September 1, 2009), there is no Gaza Strip battle in progress.
The Gaza Strip was made "by accident". It was based on the armistice lines between Egypt and Israel.
No. According to the 1993 Oslo Accords, the Gaza Strip belongs to the Palestinian Authority.
The Gaza Strip covers 139 sq miles (360 km²).
The Gaza Strip has an area of 360 km², which is equivalent to 3,875,007,750 square feet
It belongs to Palestine. In June 1967, the the Gaza Strip was captured by Israel as a result of the Six-Day War. In 2005, Israel withdrew all of its military personnel and civilians from the Gaza Strip and left the territory under Palestinian control. The Gaza Strip belongs to no other country than Israel. While Israel may not have army boots on the ground there. Israel controls the airways and sea ways therefore is considered… Read More
The Gaza in the Samson story refers to the same Gaza of today. The Philistines were a coastal people who settled in what is today the Gaza Strip and some parts of Israel along the coast to the north of the Gaza Strip.
The Israelis believe it is rightfully theirs according to the Biblical land of Israel, but the UN-recognized border goes outside it, so the Palestinians want to have it as their own nation. The previous opinion is incorrect. Israelis do not actually want the Gaza Strip, specifically because it is NOT part of the Biblical Land of Israel (Gaza is recognized to be part of the Philistine State in Biblical Times). The reason that there is… Read More
No, Gaza is a Mediterranean city in west Palestine. The Gaza Strip is a separated state. This strip includes the city of Gaza as a capital of that state and other main cities like Rafah in the south of Gaza "on the Palestine-Egypt border".