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Imagine going to sleep every night not knowing if you were going to wake up the next morning This is what the Israel and the Palestine citizens have to think about every day before they go to sleep This problem has been going on with Israel and Palestine for the past fifty years They have been fighting over land they both believe is their holy land They have tried splitting the land equally in half but both the leaders want it all So the main cause of them still fighting is both the leaders are being stubborn I have been studying this situation for the past fifty years I have been working with the CIA The most recent attack happened last week where a Palestinian suicide bomber went to Rishon Letzion and killed more than fifteen people CNN In retaliation to the attacks of last week Israel positioned their tanks on the border of Palestine This conflict is occurring because of a 50 year problem over religious land Every day the citizens of these countries have to live their lives in fear wondering if there was an attack planned for that day against their community For the past fifty years both Israel and Palestine have been competing to see which country will wave the white flag and give up the land Tens of thousands of demonstrators filled Tel Avivs Rabin Square Saturday in a massive peace rally to urge Israeli forces to pullout of Palestinian territories for Israels sakeCNN Israel has pulled into Gaza with tanks and it look like that there will be an attack in retaliation to last week where a Palestinian suicide bomber killed more than 15 people Israel has stalled since Saturday not knowing if they are going to attack This 17-month-old cycle of killing in Israel and its occupied territories has become a death spiral from which there seems to be no escape More than fifty people died in a
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