Which areas of land are in dispute in Israel?
West Bank and others
Jerusalem and all of Israel
Palestine, Jerusalem, West Bank, Gaza, and Israel.
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Note on "Acquisition" It's important to note beforehand that Israel did not "acquire" the territories on two counts. Firstly, Israel fought and shed blood to gain those territories, they were not just awarded or gifted to Israel. Secondly, no one can "acquire" territories without a formal peace treaty awarding territories to one country or another. The Arab-Israeli Conflict has only had partial treaties and none of them have awarded territory conquered during the Six Day… Read More
The areas of dispute between the Israelis and Palestinians are the entire former Mandate of British Palestine which includes Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip. The strongest sources of conflict are in the latter two regions and the city of Jerusalem which is partially in Israel and partially in the West Bank according to International Law.
Since after WWII when the Allys Gave Land that was not theirs to Create Israel. I believe that began the dispute. Like taking American Indians Land and Putting them on Crummy reservations.
What global governing body helped the British settle the Palestine and Israel land dispute after World War 2?
Cities and towns each have their own plots of land set aside for factories.
Most Arab leaders contest all areas of Israel. However, the only two areas that they have any serious chance of acquiring with the blessing of the international community (and through diplomacy) are the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
Eretz Yisrael is the Jewish name for the Land of Israel, so "C" is the best answer. Jews also call Jerusalem (and by extension the rest of the country) Zion, but not "Zionland", which is why "D" is wrong. "A" and "B" refer to areas of the Middle East outside of the Land of Israel.
What 25-mile territory has been a source of dispute between Israel and its neighbors for many years?
The entire nation of Israel has been a source of dispute between Israel and its neighbors since 1948. The main reason for the disagreement is the fact that the neighbors will not accept the existence of a Jewish state in their neighborhood. The specific territory that you reference with the coded designation "25-mile" is probably the Gaza strip. That tiny piece of land is a source of 'dispute' in roughly the same way that Pearl… Read More
No. the areas that make up Israel were purchased legally by the Jewish National Fund from the British, who ruled the country at the time. Unfortunately, this piece of information is not taught in Muslim schools. And many Muslims truly believe the land was just taken.
The Spanish and the French might dispute European land claims in the west.
In Hebrew, Israel the land is "Israel - ישראל", Israel the people are "Israelim ישראלים" means Israelis.
No. There is land between them. The Mediterrean is on the west side of Israel. The Dead Sea is on the east side of Israel. No. There is land between them. The Mediterrean is on the west side of Israel. The Dead Sea is on the east side of Israel. No. There is land between them. The Mediterrean is on the west side of Israel. The Dead Sea is on the east side of Israel… Read More
i am thinking that Muslims hate Israel for taking their land. As a Muslim I respect all religions but as an Arab I disrespect Israel for the reason given above. Real Answer: The real answer is that not all Muslims hate Israel. Many (like the answer above) believe the land was taken, but it was actually legally purchased from the British government in the early part of the 20th Century. Jews were already living in… Read More
Evidence of land bridges was used to dispute continental drift.
peace God did not promise Israel peace, but promised them a piece of land, the Land of Israel.
Generally speaking, the land once called Canaan in ancient history, is present day Israel, give or take small other areas bordering Israel. Other people can also use Palestine for this answer.
the dispute between Proctor and Putnam is over land
No. Such an action is far-off from US Foreign Policy which wishes to create a roadmap to peace based on the pre-1967 borders with land-swaps. Under this, almost all areas of Israel proper will remain in Israeli hands.
about 91% of people in Israel live in Urban areas...... about 9% of people in Israel live in farmlands................ hope this helps!!!
Beulah is the land of Israel as described in the Bible and is a symbolic name for Israel, in referring to the restoration of Jerusalem.
Israel does not want Palestine's land. Israel wants to live in peace with neighbors who behave as if Israel has a right to exist. Israel doesn't have that type of neighbors yet.
The main dispute was over land.
The West Bank (also called Judea and Samaria) The Gaza Strip The Old district in the City of Jerusalem
Israel is important to Jews because God promised it to Jacob (Genesis ch.28), the father of the Israelites, and his descendants. Jacob was renamed Israel by God (Genesis ch.35); and the Israelites lived in Israel during the era of the Patriarchs (220 years), during the era from Joshua until the First Destruction (850 years), during the Second Temple era (420 years) and afterwards. They remained a majority in the land for another 300 years after… Read More
It depends on what particular parcels of land you are talking about. Even within former Mandatory Palestine, there are an incredible variety of different parcels of land with different amounts of "rights" and historical and legal claims for Israelis and Arabs. There are some areas, such as the West Bank and the Gaza Strip where the Arab claim, on legal grounds is much better than it is in Israel. Conversely, Israel has a stronger legal… Read More
The dispute between Rupert's Land and U.S., the dispute between Massachusetts (colonial) and New Brunswick, and the dispute between Georgia and West Florida.
Israel lost land in the 1948 war.
one percent water and 99% land
Not all Palestinians believe this, but the majority believe the Jews are not entitled to the land because they see the Jews as foreign invaders, and do not understand the Jews' ancient connection with the land. Most of the land that makes up Israel today was actually purchased legally from Arab owners. It was land that was not occupied by ANY people because it was either swampland or desert. Modern Palestinians are not taught this… Read More
The major issue in the Arab-Israel "conflict" is the strip of land that runs roughly from Eilat northward to the border of Lebanon, and roughly from the Jordan River westward to the Mediterranean Sea. In the places that acknowledge its existence at all, this strip is labeled "Israel" on the maps. Typically speaking, the areas of land at issue are: the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and the Golan Heights.
What was the name of the kingdom that the hebrews established in canaan which they believed was their promised land?
It was called the Land of Israel, later divided into the kingdoms of Israel and Judea, but then reunited as Israel.
According to the Torah, the Promised Land is what is now called Israel. See also: Does Israel belong to the Jews? What is the origin of Israel?
Israel is known as a "Holy Land". It has specifically earned the title "Miracle in the Desert" because of the style of agronomy that it employs, which has literally turned large tracts of semi-arid land into crop-producing areas. It also has a modern technology industry which replaces the subsistence agriculture that prevailed less than a century ago.
All of the land controlled by the State of Israel is between Egypt and the Euphrates. However, all of the land controlled by the State of Israel is less than one fifth of the land between Egypt and the Euphrates.
No. Lebanon is on Israel's northern border or Israel is on Lebanon's southern border. There are areas of Israel that are further north of some areas of Lebanon. But this is similar to how some areas of Mexico are north of some places in the US, and some areas in Canada are south of some places in the US. Similarly, the border between Lebanon and Israel is uneven, and does not follow a line of… Read More
The promised land is generally understood to the area in Israel and Palestine. The promised land was given to the children of Israel by God in the Old Testament.
the existence of land bridges
Its 2.7 Acres
Next time you're at the library, go to the reference section, and have a look at a large globe or world atlas. At the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea, you'll see a sliver of a territory that comes to a point at the bottom, labeled "Israel". That's what was left of the piece of the British Mandate in Palestine that was designated for Jewish administration by the UN partition resolution of 1947, declared a… Read More
list eight (8) areas where disputes with your clients could arise from, nominate ways of reducing these disputes in each areas?
About half of the country of Israel is covered by desert, principally the Negev Desert. Much of the rest of Israel is semi-arid. However, Israel also has mountainous areas, fertile green areas, a large freshwater lake, rivers and more.
Israel was created in the British Mandate of Palestine, a piece of land which contains parts of the historical regions of Ancient Israel, Palaestina, Judea, Canaan, Greater Syria (Bilaad Sham) and the Land of Israel.
To reduce the population pressure from the metropolitan areas, the growth of new towns is found. As the new towns are planned area, so there is no probability of dispute regarding land. Better environment is a special character of this region.
some land forms in israel are seas,rivers,gulfs,mountains,deserts, and lakes
Converted Jewish people do not do any special "proclaiming" of the land of Israel.
I'm not able to determine who you mean when you say "they", but nobody is fighting over land in Israel.
In some areas, Israel is rather densely populated, but it is not yet overpopulated.