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The Jews were driven out of Israel many centuries ago by the Romans and since then, Jews have wanted their homeland in Palestine back.

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The Jews wanted Israel so they could escape from the Nazis and pratice their religion.


From the Jewish perspective, it's an option, NOT an obligation, for Jews to return to Israel. When the Messiah comes, the Jews will return to Israel because of a desire to be close to the spirituality of the Messiah. For a number of Christian Zionist groups, Jews must return to Israel to bring on Armageddon and the End of Days. They want this outcome so that Jesus Christ can return and create the Kingdom of God on Earth.


Because this it is our land


Mostly the antisemitism all over the world especially in Europe the Holocaust and the situation of the Jews in Arab states was "the last straw" they realised that they don't have other country, if they want to live in peace and be safe, they have to create their own state...


Most (not all) of the palestinians do not accept the partition of the land into two countries. They do not recognize the State of Israel and do not want the Jews to have a homeland there. Most (not all) of the Jews support the partition plan, but require the Palestinian authority to formally recognize the State of Israel, which as of 2010 has not been done. There are some Palestinians who do accept the partition plan, just as there are some Jews who do not.


The Palestinian Liberation Organization believed that only Palestinian Arabs had the right to create a state in southwest Levant and saw the Jewish State of Israel as an imperialist European colony in the Middle East.


It's not they want to kill Jews it's that's israel and palestine are on a forever going on war over land and the majority of people in Palestine are Muslims and in Israel are Jews. So some now see it as a war of religions


Jews who survived the Holocaust wanted to go to Israel as it was trying to create a truly Jewish state. However, those Jews who tried to go home after the war found squatters living on their property who did not want to return the property to its rightful owners. Anti-Semitism had become entrenched, especially in smaller, less educated communities. Jews no longer had a place in Europe and wanted to live where they would not have to worry about discrimination.In the case of Jews from Arab countries (who immigrated primarily in 1950-1955), many of them left to escape persecution and discrimination in those countries which was only mounting. Regardless of whether or not they supported the State of Israel or not, many Jews in Arab countries were found "guilty" of supporting Israel by the Court of Public Opinion and there were riots and pogroms.


Not all Jews hold a belief in a Messiah, but those who do believe he will lead the Jews back to Israel and re-establish the Ancient Temple sacrifices. He will be the next king, and his descendents will be the future kings of Israel.


they argued that jews could nly be safe from anti-Semitism if they formed their own jewish state


It means that they want to make a whole new country in the Israel area. That area is the center of many religions around the world.


Certainly many Jews who survived the Holocaust wanted to go to Israel as it was trying to create a truly Jewish state. However, those Jews who tried to go home after the war found squatters living on their property who did not want to return the property to its rightful owners. Anti-Semitism had become entrenched, especially in smaller, less educated communities. Jews no longer had a place in Europe and wanted to live where they would not have to worry about discrimination.


Often in a synagogue, but they can marry anywhere they want. In Israel there are special wedding-halls for that purpose.


Most Holocaust deniers are from one or more of the following groups:Neo-Nazis. They want to rehabilitate the Nazis.Antisemites. They want to bait and mock the Jews.Anti-Zionists. They believe that the main reason for the establishment of Israel as a state in 1948 was to console the Jews for the Holocaust and to salve the conscience of the Allies.


To be completely fair to Iran, its leaders have argued that they wish to wipe Israel off the map, not the Jews. (There is just the slight complication that half of the world's Jews live in Israel.) Iran has wanted to create a sphere of influence in the Islamic World for a long time and has been thwarted by the fact that it is Shiite-majority which alienates its Sunni-majority neighbors. As a result, the Iranian antagonism towards Israel is a way for Iran to take a powerful position in the Islamic World and overcome this prime detriment.


They wanted their ancestral homeland back and argued that Jews could only be safe from antisemitism if they formed their own Jewish state.


It is theirs. G-d promised them a land flowing with milk and honey. And he keeps his promises.


Israel did not want war at any point, but they are also not willing to surrender their right to a state. Unfortunately, the Arabs were less gracious.


There are several thousand Jewish-Muslim couples living in Israel. It is only that Jews and Muslims cannot marry in Israel since Israeli Rabbis will only marry Jews and Israeli Imams will only marry Muslims. Israeli Jewish-Muslim couples that want to get married usually go to Cyprus to tie the knot and then have their marriage recognized in Israel as a foreign civil marriage.


Answer 1because they wanted to.Answer 2Certainly many Jews who survived the Holocaust wanted to go to Israel as it was trying to create a truly Jewish state. However, those Jews who tried to go home after the war found squatters living on their property who did not want to return the property to its rightful owners. Anti-Semitism had become entrenched, especially in smaller, less educated communities. Jews no longer had a place in Europe and wanted to live where they would not have to worry about discrimination.


The modern state of Israel was created in 1948, the UN had planned to make two separate states one for the Jews and one for the Palestinians with Jerusalem under the control of the United Nations, but when the British pulled out, the Jews declared the state of Israel and the Palestinians never got their country. The Palestinians never took the oppurtunity which was given to both the Jews and the Palestinians because they did not recognize Israel's right to exist. They wanted all of the land and therefore would not settle for anything less. They also could have had their country in the years 1949-1967 but did not want it then either. The Jews have had a presence in this land for 3,000 years. While many Jews have not lived there the entire time, there has always been a presence in the land.


They are fighting over land. Israel occupies Historic Palestine, a holy land for not only Jews, but Muslims and Christians as well. The State of Palestine does not want Israelis or Jews in this land, and wants it for the indigenous Palestinian People exclusively. In addition, the area Israel now occupies what was the British Mandate of Palestine until the end of World War II, when Israel declared independence, pursuant to UN Resolution 181.


Yes. Otherwise, it would not have declared independence.


Mainly because there is not now, and historically has never been, any other place in the world where Jews have been completely free to be Jewish and to live as Jews.


They saw the Jews as being more loyal to their faith than to the state, they thought that Jews had values which did not fit in with their volksgemeinschaft.



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