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The conflict that continues to be a problem today between the Arabs and the Israelis was begun many years ago Although many steps have been taken to try to resolve this fighting the two groups still hate each other The problem is that the hatred between these two is so deep that it seems as if an agreement cant be met However there is a good chance that after the Israeli elections in May that huge steps will be taken to rid this conflict from their lives In this paper I will recap the Arab-Israeli conflict from the beginning until the present time The Hebrews were led out of Mesopotomia in 1800 BC by Abraham and they also received the covanent around that time In the covenant between god and Abraham it says that there is a holy land somewhere for the Jewish people They left Mesopotamia for the holy land which they didnt find Due to a widespread famine the Jewish people ended up in Egypt where they were cast as slaves This marked the first huge problem with a soon to be Arab country Egypt and the Jews In 1250 BC Moses led the Hebrews from Egypt once again in search of the holy land After forty years of wandering in the desert the Jewish people finally find the holy land that they call Judah It is also known as Canaan They lived there and prospered until 586 BC when the Babylonians came into Judah and took over They kicked the Jews out and dispersed them Judah was controlled by the Babylonians until the Persians took it from them Then in 539 BC the Persians allowed the Jews to return to Canaan However their stay was short lived because the Romans expelled them from the holy land around 70 AD The Jews did not return to the promised land until the 1940s After 70 AD the Jewish people were not heard from
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