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The Causes of the
Arab-Israeli Conflict
In 1896 following the appearance of anti-Semitism in Europe,
Theodore Herzl, the founder of Zionism, tried to find a homel...
THE BALFOUR DECLARATION
Britain occupied Palestine at the end of the World War I
In 1917, the British Foreign Minister Art...
THE BALFOUR DECLARATION VIDEO
Watch the video clip and answer the following: What promises did the
British make to the Jew...
No one asked the Arabs!
How do you think the Arabs felt about the Jews being invited to live in Palestine?
What are some p...
U.N. Partition
Plan: 1947
The UN splits the territory into separate Jewish and Palestinian states. Who
rejects the U.N. pl...
UN Partition
Plan
● 56.47% of Palestine went to
the Jewish state
● 43.53% to the Arab state
● An international enclave
aro...
Israel’s War for Independence
The State of Israel, the first
Jewish state for nearly 2,000
years, was proclaimed on
May 14...
U.N. Partition
Plan: 1947
Drag the images in the boxes to show the causes of the Arab-Israeli Conflict.
Jews want a homela...
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Causes of Arab Israeli conflict

  1. 1. The Causes of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
  2. 2. In 1896 following the appearance of anti-Semitism in Europe, Theodore Herzl, the founder of Zionism, tried to find a homeland for teh Jews, a “Jewish State'. He advocated the creation of a Jewish state in Argentina or Palestine. Jewish Nationalism
  3. 3. THE BALFOUR DECLARATION Britain occupied Palestine at the end of the World War I In 1917, the British Foreign Minister Arthur Balfour supported “the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people,” in a letter to leading Zionist Lord Rothschild. It is known as the “_____________________________”Balfour Declaration
  4. 4. THE BALFOUR DECLARATION VIDEO Watch the video clip and answer the following: What promises did the British make to the Jewish Zionists? Why? What promises did the British make to the Jewish Zionists? Why?
  5. 5. No one asked the Arabs! How do you think the Arabs felt about the Jews being invited to live in Palestine? What are some problems that may occur?
  6. 6. U.N. Partition Plan: 1947 The UN splits the territory into separate Jewish and Palestinian states. Who rejects the U.N. plan, why do they reject it, and what do they do as a result? Double click the video to watch. Britain, which had ruled Palestine since 1920, handed over responsibility for solving the Arab- Zionist problem to the UN in 1947.
  7. 7. UN Partition Plan ● 56.47% of Palestine went to the Jewish state ● 43.53% to the Arab state ● An international enclave around Jerusalem. On 29 November 1947, 33 countries of the UN General Assembly voted for partition, 13 voted against and 10 abstained. But, the very next day...
  8. 8. Israel’s War for Independence The State of Israel, the first Jewish state for nearly 2,000 years, was proclaimed on May 14, 1948 in Tel Aviv. ● The day after the state of Israel was declared, five Arab armies from Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq immediately invaded Israel. ● The Israeli army wins the war! ● Palestine loses and is divided between Israel, Jordan, and Egypt. War was declared!
  9. 9. U.N. Partition Plan: 1947 Drag the images in the boxes to show the causes of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Jews want a homeland! Balfour invites Jews to Palestine! Arabs and Jews do not get along! U.N. Partition Plan: 1947 War for Israeli Independence! Israeli victory/Palestine defeat!

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