What three pieces of land are Israel and Palestine fighting over?
The Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and Israel-proper.
The christian crusaders where fighting against the Muslim's . All three of the world larges religions fought over the same lands, there still having issues over today . This land based mostly in Israel and Palestine is the birth place for all three religions.
Three countries border the Palestinian Territories: Israel, Jordan, and Egypt.
The three major divisions of the British Mandate of Palestine are (in order order of size): Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza. The three major divisions of the territory claimed by the Palestinian Authority are (in order of size): Samaria, Judea, and Gaza.
It was a minor but troublesome sub-province. After three uprisings the people were expelled from Palestine and scattered.
There are numerous such organizations. The three most famous are the Palestine Liberation Organization, Hezbollah, and Hamas.
Palestine. Before that it was called Judea, and before that it was Israel. Its first name was Canaan. If the question seeks to ask specifically before World War 1, Palestine was the term used for the general region of the southern Levant under Ottoman Turkish Occupation. The territory was administrated as part of three different wilayaat or governates: the Wilayat Beirut (which consisted of much of Lebanon and northern Israel/Palestine), Mutasaffirat al-Qods (which consisted of… Read More
The Ottomans did not recognize the concept of Palestine as any sort of administrative term. The area was administrated as three separate governates/provinces: the Wilayet of Damascus (which controlled much of what is now southwest Syria, Jordan, and southern Israel), the Wilayet of Beirut (which controlled much of Lebanon and northern Israel), and the Mutasarrifate of Jerusalem (which controlled the central area of Israel and the Palestinian Territories).
Until 1948, there had been no country called Israel for more than 1,000 years. When you do the math, you discover that 1917 is included in that period. The area now called Israel was part of the Ottoman Turkish empire in 1917 and was divided into three distinct administrative regions: Wilayet of Beirut (which included northern Palestine and much of Lebanon), Wilyaet of Damascus (which included much of Syria, Jordan, and southern Palestine, and the… Read More
Capital city of Israel.
Palestine is not Israel. Israel is Israel and Palestine is Palestine. Confusion occurs because both things refer to an extant piece of land with people living on it, a nationality, an ethnicity, and a prior piece of land which no longer exists. Israel is a Jewish State that contains territory from the former British Mandate of Palestine. The remainder of the British Mandate of Palestine belongs to the modern Palestinian State. Israel is a majority… Read More
There are three different definitions of Palestine: a country (the recognized Palestinian Authority or the unrecognized Arab dream to replace Israel), a British Mandate (from 1922-1948), or a region. They are all generally in the same place although specific borders may differ. In all three, Palestine is located in the Middle East, specifically the Southwest Levant. Palestine for the geographic region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River and various adjoining lands. Different geographic… Read More
Israel is Israel and Palestine is Palestine. Confusion occurs because both things refer to an extant piece of land with people living on it, a nationality, an ethnicity, and a prior piece of land which no longer exists. Israel is a Jewish State that contains territory from the former British Mandate of Palestine. The remainder of the British Mandate of Palestine belongs to the modern Palestinian State. Israel is a majority Jewish population who returned… Read More
No. The Ottomans did not recognize a special Jewish right to the region of Palestine, nor did they recognize the concept of Palestine as any sort of administrative term. The area was administrated as three separate governates/provinces: the Wilayet of Damascus (which controlled much of what is now southwest Syria, Jordan, and southern Israel), the Wilayet of Beirut (which controlled much of Lebanon and northern Israel), and the Mutasaffirat of Jerusalem (which controlled the central… Read More
North Korea and South Korea will be at war sometime in the year 2010, Israel will be at war with Palestine and possibly drop the Hydrogen bomb on Palestine. China will invade Thailand and Dominate.The US will most-likely be involved in all three of these events, because the US is always involved in other business that they have nothing to do with. The US will suffer a huge tragedy and will retaliate.
Originally, the land was part of three areas called Philista, Canaan, Moab, and Amor. Later the Israelites moved into the land; it then became Israel, Philistia, Moab, and Phoenicia, and Judah (which became a separate kingdom from Israel later). Then the Roman Empire conquered the lands, and the area became provinces of Rome known as Idumea, Judea, Perea, Decapolis, Samaria, Galilee, Trachonitis, Iturea, and Phoenicia (all together known as Palestine). Then later the Roman Empire… Read More
It depends on how you read the question: Recent History In recent history, it is the other way around: Israel took over Palestine over the coure of the 20th century. It basically happened in three stages. - Since the 20th century and before 1948, Jewish settlers and organizations had been regularly buying up big pieces of land from Arab/Palestine landlords, who were often living far away, saw the transactions only from a financial viewpoint and… Read More
The city of Jerusalem is currently under Israeli sovereignty. However, the Old City is disputed between Israel and Palestine because of the ceasefire-line in 1949.
Answer 1 British Mandate of Palestine. Answer 2 The lack of a singular definition for what constitutes "Palestine" make the question difficult to answer. "Palestine" is typically interpreted one of two ways. The first way is to refer to all of the land in the British Mandate of Palestine which includes the Modern State of Israel (except for the Golan Heights), the Gaza Strip, and the West Bank. The second way is to refer to… Read More
The tension have started mainly from founding Israel in an area which includes both Jewish and Arab people. The countries in this area are associated with religions, and so there was a fight for the shared territory. The tension is also caused from the difference in religions themselves, there are areas in Israel sacred to all three religions, and there is an argument who should occupy them. The main formal motive of Israel is self… Read More
The West Bank (also called Judea and Samaria) The Gaza Strip The Old district in the City of Jerusalem
No country was defeated by an alliance of these three countries. Conversely, Israel defeated Palestinian militias, the Jordanian Army, and the Iraqi Army among other armed forces in the Arab-Israeli War of 1948-9.
The Middle East is one of the most religiously diverse areas in the world. However, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are considered to be the three biggest religions in the Middle East and all three were founded there (in Israel and Babylon; Roman Palestine and the Aegean; and the Arabian Peninsula, respectively). ISLAM: Within Islam, the dominant religion of the Middle East: There are different populations of Sunni Muslims of all four major schools (Hanafi, Hanbali… Read More
Answer 1 Palestine. Israel was initially a part of Palestine which was given to the Jews after the Second World War, by the people of Palestine out of generosity, because the Jews had nowhere to go. So initially, Israel was part of Palestine and hence it can be said that Palestine ruled over Israel. Answer 2 There was never an independent country of Palestine, so Palestine cannot be said to have ruled over anything. Israel… Read More
Three pieces out of five equal parts.
What was promised to the Arabs concerning the regions that would become Syria Palestine and Iraq during World War 1?
Each of those three merits a different response. The Hussein-McMahon Correspondence of 1915 is rather unclear as to specifics. Iraq: According to the HMC, Iraq should have been part of the unified Arab State under King Faisal. Syria: According to the HMC, most of Syria should have been part of the unified Arab State under King Faisal. However, the coastline areas of Syria (Alexandretta - now in Turkey, the Alawite Districts, and Lebanon) were excised… Read More
The first three kings of Israel are Saul, David, and Solomon.
These countries are: Spain, France, Monaco, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Egypt, Cyprus, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Malta, Palestine, Gibraltar (UK colony).
judae samaria, galilee
Galilee was a region in the north-west of Israel. It was one of three provinces of Palestine, the other two being Samaria and Judea. It was bordered by Mt Hermon in the north to Mt Carmel and Gilboah on the south, the River Jordan on the east, and the Meditteraenean Sea on the west.
yes make one of the three pieces smaller
it depends on how big the pieces are if the pieces are 2x2 there are three pieces
There is only one country in Israel.
no because the fourths are bigger pieces and when you shade in three pieces it's almost full
Israel is a bridge between three continents and three religions and has often been front-stage in history. See also: More about Israel
There is a fundamental disagreement between Israel and the Arab world, based upon the Israeli determination to have a Jewish homeland in the traditional historical location of Israel, and the Arab belief that this territory was seized illegally from its true owners, the Palestinians, and must be returned to them. Jews and Arabs both feel that their position is required for the well being of their ethnic group, and for religious reasons as well. The… Read More
In the first gladiatorial fight in Rome there were three pairs of slaves fighting as contestants.
The first three kings of Israel were king Saul, king David and King Solomon.
The three is the numerator, representing how many pieces are in the fraction. For example, in 3/4, the four is how many pieces are in total for the whole, the three represents how many pieces are gone, or shaded, or there.
Crusaders ruled most of Palestine during the last two or three years of the 11th century, and for some time after.
Palestine was conquered three times in the Seventh Century. At the beginning of the century, it was controlled by the Byzantine Empre. It was then conquered by the Sassanian Empire. The Sassanian Empire lost Palestine to the Byzantines around a decade later. The Muslim Arabs conquered Palestine from the Byzantines around a decade after that.
Yes. It is like cutting a pie into four pieces. Three out of four pieces is more than one of those pieces.
Islam,Christianity & Judaism.
Think of two cherry pies of the same size. One is cut into 4 pieces and one is cut into ten pieces. You are given three pieces of each. Which pieces would be bigger? It is the same concept. The 3/4 would be larger the 3/10.
How should the rest of the world deal with the conflicting claims of Jews and Arabs to the lands of palestine?
At this point, actually arbitrating "whose claim is more legitimate" is not something that the world should invest a lot of effort in. There are roughly 6 million Jews and 6 million Arab Muslims between the Mediterranean and the Jordan River; nobody is going anywhere. Rather the world should set a roadmap for a two/three state solution and hold both parties and their neighbors to a faithful implementation of that roadmap. This would mean that… Read More
The cast of Three Pieces - 2011 includes: Jensen Baraldi as Detective
The flute is in three pieces but it's made out of many many small pieces.
Answer 1 Your question as worded is nebulous and there are two different answers depending on what you are driving at. 1) Why was the Biblical Kingdom of Israel/Judah situated where Israel, Jordan, and Palestine are currently situated? -- This is just a historical circumstance. This question is no different than "Why did the Japanese Empire start in Japan?". The Biblical Kingdom of Israel/Judah was constituted Israelites. They happened to be the indigenous people. 2)… Read More
Judaism was founded three thousand years ago in Israel. Judaism was founded three thousand years ago in Israel.
Israel had three famous kings, David, saul and Solomon.