With the support of the British mandatory during the British Mandate of Palestine, the influx of Jewish settlers into Palestine increased.
Egypt joined with several other Arab nations in an invasion of Israel in May, in support of Palestinian Arabs fighting against the newborn Israeli state.
According to various international agreements, the Suez Canal is supposed to be accessible to ships of all nations. This provoked worsening tensions between Israel and Egypt.
Israeli Raid on Gaza Feb. This raid was the largest of its kind against Arab forces since the end of the First Arab-Israeli War in Israel made plans with Britain and France to attack Egypt. On October 29,Israeli troops invaded Egypt's Sinai Peninsula and quickly overcame opposition as they raced for Suez.
The next day, Britain and France, following suit, in response to Egypt's nationalization of the Suez Canal, and on October 31, Egypt was attacked and invaded by the military forces of Britain and France. President Eisenhower of the United States pressured Britain, France and Israel into agreeing to a cease-fire and eventual withdrawal from Egypt.
Militarily, Egypt was defeated by teh invading allies, but Nasser claimed a political and moral victory as British, French, and Israeli forces were forced to leave Egypt by the Great Powers.
Arab-Israeli War of -- As the underlying tensions between the Arab nations and Israel remained unchanged since the First Arab-Israeli War ofthe outbreak of a third major war was expected. The introduction of the American-Soviet competition and arms sales in the region only accelerated the likelihood of a Middle Eastern war evolving into a Cold War confrontation.
The UN forces were intended to form a buffer between the border separating Israel and Egypt, and their expulsion led the Israeli government to fear an imminent attack by Egypt.
Fearing an attack by the Arab states, Israel launched a pre-emptive attack on Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. The Arab nations failed to defeat Israel, but this war set the stage for peace negotiations between Egypt and Israel. Egypt was the first Arab nation to make peace with Israel.
Inper the peace treaty, Israel completed its withdrawal from the Sinai Peninsula, and the Sinai once again came under Egyptian control. After the Egyptian Revolution which toppled strongman Hosni Mubarak, security in the Sinai Peninsula deteriorated rapidly, to the point where several Islamist and Salafist militant groups were able to launch military attacks on both Egyptian forces and into Israel itself.
This has led to some minor tension between Egypt and Israel.The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, or Arab-Israeli conflict, or whatever name it goes by, is perhaps one of the more sensitive issues that is discussed.
Arab-Palestinian-Israeli Conflict Introduction Ever since Great Britain, during the early 20th century, promised the Jews a “national home” in Palestine, even though the overwhelming majority of the existing population consisted of non-Jews (Palestinians), the seeds for an ongoing conflict have been sown.
Jan 20, · The conflict is really only years old. Subscribe to our channel! alphabetnyc.com Read more about the Israel-Palestine conflict at: alphabetnyc.com The History of the conflict in the Middle East is long and well documented.
To both, and to many biased observers the history of the Egyptian/Israeli conflict is very one sided, with one government, or one people causing the continued wars between the two neighboring states.
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