Situation of the population

Situation of the population in the Middle East conflict

How Youthful Israelis and Palestinians View the Conflict

Young Israelis often grow up in an environment marked by military presence and national security threats. Some see the conflict as a threat to their future and want peace, while others may take a tougher stance toward the Palestinians.

The Role of Women in Israel and Palestine

Throughout history, women in Israel and Palestine have often had different roles and rights. In traditional societies, they often had fewer rights than men. However, the role of women began to change over time, especially with the formation of the State of Israel in 1948, where women were given equal rights to men.

Everyday life in the occupied West Bank

The West Bank is a region in the Middle East occupied mostly by Israel since 1967. It lies west of the Jordan River and shares its borders with Israel and Jordan. The occupation has affected both the political and daily dynamics of the region.

Gaza - the blockade and its humanitarian impact

The blockade of Gaza began in 2007, when the political group Hamas took control of the territory. Israel and Egypt responded by closing the borders to restrict the movement of people and goods. The main reason for this blockade was security concerns, as Hamas is classified as a terrorist organization.

Jerusalem - 1 city, 3 religions

Jerusalem is a very ancient city with a history that goes back thousands of years. It is located in the Middle East and is known for its religious significance to three of the world’s major faiths: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Archaeological findings indicate that the area was inhabited as early as the 4th millennium BC. Throughout the centuries, the city has been the scene of many historical events.

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