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to the Jewish state. . A second attempt was made on January 2, 1965, but the explosives charge was disarmed. For one thing, trying to destroy Israel - or "The Zionist Entity" as their textbooks call it - for the last fifty years has allowed the rulers of Arab countries to divert the attention of their own people away from the fact that they are. They also want a big pile of dead Jews, of course - that is where the real fun is - but mostly they want Israel. In a speech in June 2002, President Bush for the first time committed the United States to the establishment of a Palestinian state. He was also a personal friend of Winston Churchill. United Resistance - In the summer of 1945, the Labor party came to power in Great Britain.
The kingdom was divided into Judea in the south and Israel in the north following the death of David's son, Solomon. . In addition to establishing its radio and television authority, the PA also established its own print media organs. Suez Canal - History A Brief History of modern Iran - From the Qajars to present day. However, problems arose soon after the funds started flowing to the. The pogroms led to evacuation of most of the Jewish community of Hebron. The UN made no serious attempt to enforce the internationalization of Jerusalem, which was now divided between Jordan and Israel, and separated by barbed wire fences and no man's land areas. He continued, explaining that he and Abbas thought that a peace agreement could be possible within two years. This criticism may have been unjustified given the large number of local Palestinians in the PA's bureaucracy and yet it was and remained a dominant perception among many Palestinians. The British did little to stop the fighting, but the scale of hostilities was limited by lack of arms and trained soldiers on both sides.