Solving the Middle East Turmoil: The Israeli/Palestinian Conflict The actual probability of peace in the Middle East as posed just a few short months ago would range from impossible to highly unlikely; however, the dynamics of the region are presently in complete flux and where the political chips fall is beyond speculation and competing theories are equally probable up to, and including, a regional peace. The primary protagonists in the regional discord are the parties opposed in the Israeli / Palestinian conflict. Since Israel’s creation through United Nations’ proclamation, the region has focused on the securing or elimination of the Jewish state. Prior to this current condition of international hostilities over the establishment of an...The end:
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