Sinai Campaign, Six Day War, Fatah, Yom Israeli dating War, Peace with Egypt, Lebanon War, Oslo peace process, outbreak of violence, rise of Abu Mazen etc. History is a myth agreed upon.
History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict since the Oslo Accords. Most of the accounts on the Web are intended to convince rather than to inform. Palestinian and Israeli history, and the history of the conflict. If they find it, and it is inconvenient, they will bury it again. Mediterranean ocean, bounded by Egypt in the south, Lebanon in the north, and Jordan in the East.
6-day war and the autonomous regions under the control of the Palestinian autonomy. Palestine has been settled continuously for tens of thousands of years. Archeologists have found hybrid Emmer wheat at Jericho dating from before 8,000 B. Phoenicians of Tyre entered the area about 2000 B.
The area became known as the Land of Canaan. Cana’anite peoples and invading tribes. Some time between about 1800 and 1500 B. Mesopotamia and settled in Canaan. Mycenae, or to be part of the ancient Greek peoples that also settled Mycenae. Under Joshua, they conquered the tribes and city states of Canaan. David conquered Jerusalem about 1000 B.
Jews exercised sovereignty over the country in the subsequent period, up to the Jewish revolt in 133 AD. The Assyrians conquered Israel in 722 or 721 B. Babylonians conquered Judea or Judah around 586 B. About 50 years later, the Persian king Cyrus conquered Babylonia. Babylonia to rebuild Jerusalem and settle in it. The Persians ruled the land from about 530 to 331 B.
After Alexander’s death in 323 B. Seleucus, founded a dynasty that gained control of much of Palestine about 200 B. Seleucids, allowed the practice of Judaism. But later, one of the kings, Antiochus IV, tried to prohibit it. Roman “protection” when Judah Maccabee was made a “friend of the Roman senate and people” in 164 B.
Judea had become a client state of Rome. According to Christian belief, Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem, Judea, in the early years of Roman rule. Jewish revolts in about A. Palestine, eventually forming a second Jewish Diaspora. Galilee, the northernmost part of Palestine.
Palestine was governed by the Roman Empire until the fourth century A. In time, Christianity spread to most of Palestine. Arab armies moved north from Arabia to conquer most of the Middle East, including Palestine. Muslim powers controlled the region until the early 1900’s.
Jerusalem, Jaffa and other parts of Palestine. They held the city until 1187. Crusaders then held a smaller and smaller area along the coast of Palestine, under treaty with Saladin. During the post-crusade period, crusaders often raided the coast of Palestine. Muslims pulled their people back from the coasts and destroyed coastal towns and farms. Palestine for hundreds of years. Egypt, established an empire that in time included the area of Palestine.