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Rise of Violence and Terrorism
Arab-Israeli Conflict
Suez Crisis - 1956
Six-Day War – 1967
Yom Kippur War - 1973
Series of Wars and Conflicts
After each conflict, Israel gains...
Palestinian Refugee Camps
After the Israeli victory in the Six Day War in 1967, many
Palestinians fled the West Bank and G...
Palestinian
Refugee Camps
What was the ”Intifada” and what does the word mean?
Yasser Arafat
and the PLO
The Palestinians created an independent organization known as the Palestine Liberation
Organizat...
Use of Terrorism
In the 1970s, under Arafat's leadership, PLO factions and other
militant Palestinian groups launched a se...
Use of Terrorism
One such attack took place at the Munich Olympics in 1972 in which
11 Israeli athletes were killed.
Palestinian Intifada: 1987-1993
A mass uprising - or intifada against the Israeli occupation began in
Gaza and quickly spr...
Palestinian Intifada: 1987-
1993
● Protest took the form of civil disobedience, strikes, boycotts, graffiti, and
barricade...
The PLO Struggles for Recognition
While the PLO pursued
the armed struggle to
"liberate all of
Palestine," Arafat made
a d...
Arafat at the United Nations
Click on this link to Flipgrid and record your answer!
“Sabotage did not involve loss of life...
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Rise of violence and terrorism: Arab-Israeli Conflict

  1. 1. Rise of Violence and Terrorism Arab-Israeli Conflict
  2. 2. Suez Crisis - 1956 Six-Day War – 1967 Yom Kippur War - 1973 Series of Wars and Conflicts After each conflict, Israel gains land in victory!
  3. 3. Palestinian Refugee Camps After the Israeli victory in the Six Day War in 1967, many Palestinians fled the West Bank and Gaza while others were placed in U.N. Refugee camps.
  4. 4. Palestinian Refugee Camps What was the ”Intifada” and what does the word mean?
  5. 5. Yasser Arafat and the PLO The Palestinians created an independent organization known as the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Yasser Arafat and his Fatah organization led the PLO and began using violent armed operations against Israel.
  6. 6. Use of Terrorism In the 1970s, under Arafat's leadership, PLO factions and other militant Palestinian groups launched a series of attacks on Israel. Hijacking airplanes and bombings of public buses and buildings were common targets.
  7. 7. Use of Terrorism One such attack took place at the Munich Olympics in 1972 in which 11 Israeli athletes were killed.
  8. 8. Palestinian Intifada: 1987-1993 A mass uprising - or intifada against the Israeli occupation began in Gaza and quickly spread to the West Bank.
  9. 9. Palestinian Intifada: 1987- 1993 ● Protest took the form of civil disobedience, strikes, boycotts, graffiti, and barricades, but it was the stone-throwing demonstrations against the heavily- armed occupation troops that captured international attention. ● More than 1,000 died in clashes with Israeli military.
  10. 10. The PLO Struggles for Recognition While the PLO pursued the armed struggle to "liberate all of Palestine," Arafat made a dramatic first appearance at the United Nations in 1974 carrying a more diplomatic tone. The speech was a watershed in the Palestinians' search for international recognition of their cause. "Today I have come bearing an olive branch and a freedom fighter's gun. Do not let the olive branch fall from my hand."
  11. 11. Arafat at the United Nations Click on this link to Flipgrid and record your answer! “Sabotage did not involve loss of life, and it offered the best hope for future race relations. Bitterness would be kept to a minimum and, if the policy bore fruit, democratic government could become a reality.” Nelson Mandela Former President of South Africa Compare the goals and methods of protest used by Arafat and Mandela. Make a claim as to which is better and why.

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