Middle East : Israeli-Palestine Conflict (1916-1993)

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  • Q1

    The Monarchs who ruled over Egypt were called_______.

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    Answer:

    Pharaohs

    Explanation:

    The absolute monarchs who ruled over Egypt were called Pharaohs. When the Egyptian Emperors banished the Jewish people from Palestine, all the Jews had to leave the country. This is known as the Great Exodus.

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  • Q2

    According to the Bible, the home land of the Jewish people was...

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    Answer:

    Palestine.

    Explanation:

    According to the Bible, Palestine was the home land of the Jewish people. The Jews were known as Philistines.

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  • Q3

    Under the Arabs, the two protected subjects of the state were_________.

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    Answer:

    Jews and Christians

    Explanation:

    They were declared as protected subjects or "dhimmis". They were able to retain their rights to property and religious practices on the payment of taxes (kharaj and jiziya).

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  • Q4

    The Camp David Treaty was signed after the 1973 War on the negotiation of American President_________.

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    Answer:

    Jimmy Carter

    Explanation:

    The Camp David Treaty was signed after the 1973 War on the negotiation of American President Jimmy Carter. In accordance to the treaty, Israel agreed to vacate Sinai in a period of three years (1978-79). Egypt, on its part, removed blockade of Suez Canal and Gulf of Aquba and gave recognition to Israel.

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  • Q5

    The Jewish leader who started the World Zionist Movement was...

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    Answer:

    Chaim Weizmann.

    Explanation:

    Many Jews who had settled, after the Great Exodus, in Europe were persecuted by Christian majority. In order to organise and protect them in one single land, Dr. Weizmann started the World Zionist Movement with a demand for restoration of Palestine to the Jewish. Rich Jewish people joined in it and supported the cause of Jewish homeland in Palestine.

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