• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Golan Heights

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

The Golan Heights: Israel Vs Palestine To what extent has the Golan eights affected the Israeli and Palestinian society, and to what extent has it created conflict between the two countries? Andrew Cherny History 10 3/10/10 Word Count: 1,750 History IA: Golan Heights Plan of Investigation: This investigation aims to assess the relationship of the Israeli and Palestinian population and the effect of the Golan Heights has on Israel and Palestine. The investigation will work between the dates of the Six-day war, to the present day. In order to answer the question, evidence will be based on analyzing sources formed on dealing will both Israeli and Palestinian beliefs, the Golan Heights and the conflict it has created, and the ethnic war that continues to be ablaze. Summary of Evidence: "The June 1967 War was a watershed event in the history of Israel and the Middle East. After only six days of fighting, Israel had radically altered the political map of the region. By June 13, Israeli forces had captured the Gol1an Heights from Syria. . In Israel, the ease of the victory, the expansion of the state's territory, and the reuniting of Jerusalem, the holiest place in Judaism, permanently altered political discourse (Studies/Areas Handbook, excerpt)." ...read more.

Middle

Also it has great geographical information that gives detailed descriptions on the land of the Golan Heights. One limitation of this source is the time at which the source was written, 2002. Although this is not that far back in history, it may be hard for this source to give accurate information dealing with the 1967 six day war, or the 1973 Yom Kippur war. Procon.org is a website that gives the pro's and con's of controversial subjects in the world. This source has 2 parts that deal with the Golan Heights and the on going disputes between Israel and Palestine. The sources purpose is to analyze the arguments and steps taken forward to deal with this conflict in the Heights between Palestine and Israel. Some values of this source are that there are 2 parts of the source that are quotes from important ambassadors that deal with the problems within the heights and the steps they will take to create peace between the two countries. Some limitations of the source are that some of the quotes are from news broadcasting groups and specialist from other areas of the world, so there is always the question of being bias. ...read more.

Conclusion

This is why it is a valuable area to own. Water is very scarce in this area of the world and it helps to always have more of it. The population of Syria is far greater then the population of Israel, this is one of the reasons why Syria wants the Golan Heights back, so that they can gain a greater amount of water (Dacey-Barnes, 1-3). Conclusion: To what extent has the Golan eights affected the Israeli and Palestinian society, and to what extent has it created conflict between the two countries? To this day, these two countries continue to fight over this area of land due to the strategic importance of the area, the agricultural advantages it supplies. From the day that Israel captured the Heights after the 1967 six-day war, the Palestinian government has demanded it back, yet Israel continues to deny them the right of owning it. The Heights has created a large amount of conflict between the two countries because it has created tension between the two, and caused ethnic rivalry and terrorist attacks. A silent war continues to be fought over this land, and will continue unless a peace treaty is made between Israel and Palestine. Therefore, the Golan Heights has created an everlasting affect on both Israel and Palestine and the way that these countries societies treat each other from now on. ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our International Baccalaureate History section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related International Baccalaureate History essays

  1. World War 1 Information

    and fail, creating a deep fear of communists in German middle class 10.6 the Versailles Peace Treaty > Negotiations begin in January 1918 and end in June > Treaty sets conditions for Germany's surrender but neither Germany nor Soviets allowed to participate > 32 countries participate > the "Big Four"--

  2. Israeli- Palestinian Conflict. I chose this topic due to my personal connection with ...

    When Israel was founded, roughly 50% of the Palestinian territory was partitioned to accommodate the new country. Since then, Israel has gained an additional 80% of Palestinian land3, displacing thousands of Arabs who are not legally allowed to return to their former homes.

  1. The North, The South, and Slavery

    Definition of special roles for S women XVI. The Southern Lady a. Ways S women occupied roles similar to N women i. Lives centered at home ii. Companions to husbands, mothers to children iii. Less than North did S women engage in public activities or find income-producing employment b.

  2. Historical Investigation: To what extent did the Taiwanese population benefit from Japans agricultural developments ...

    Improvement in GDE5 came about largely because exports, which "played an important role in economic growth" increased substantially.6 iii. Although the agricultural and thus economic advancement increased demand for non-agriculture-related jobs, these better-paid jobs were usually filled by people from Japan.

  1. Gulf of Tonkin History IA

    the Vietminh had grown from a guerilla force into an actual army, which started to fight off the French. In September, the United States created the Military Assistance and Advisory Group (MAAG) to help with French aids and requests and to train Vietnamese soldiers.

  2. To what extent is there validity to Ilan Pappes argument that the Palestinians were ...

    explores the various factors as to why over 700,000 Palestinians left their country and are still living in refugee camps 30 years after the crisis actually took place. Ilan Pappe holds some very strong arguments, the most striking being the effect of Plan D or Dalet in this whole situation.

  1. How Successful was the Dayton Peace Agreement in Bringing Sustainable Governance to Bosnia and ...

    Bosniaks were in doubt over the constitutional changes while the Serbs feared that any change would put them in a worse position (Cohen 143). This can be viewed as a 'prisoner's dilemma' facing the Bosnian People and with which ethnicity became a central political issue (Dyker 99).

  2. Notes on the History and Development of the Arab-Israeli Conflict

    Yet, these left many issues unresolved: - Israel refused to return to the borders laid out in the UN partition resolution, occupying 20% more of Palestine than the UN had agreed on. - The Arab states and Palestinians refused diplomatic recognition to Israel and would not acknowledge the Jewish state's right to exist.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work