What is the goal of Israel?

Israel’s goal of being a democratic Jewish state, living in harmony with its neighbors, led it to embrace the vision of two states for two peoples as resolved by the United Nations’ partition plan in 1947. Israel realized that the peoples of the Middle East are neighbors whose futures are inevitably linked.

What is the goal of Israel?

Israel’s goal of being a democratic Jewish state, living in harmony with its neighbors, led it to embrace the vision of two states for two peoples as resolved by the United Nations’ partition plan in 1947. Israel realized that the peoples of the Middle East are neighbors whose futures are inevitably linked.

Did the US recognize Israel in 1948?

At midnight on May 14, 1948, the Provisional Government of Israel proclaimed a new State of Israel. On that same date, the United States recognized the provisional Jewish government as de facto authority of the Jewish state (de jure recognition was extended on January 31, 1949).

Does Pakistan believe in Israel?

Pakistan officially endorses the two-state solution to the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and has maintained its longstanding position of non-recognition of Israel until an independent Palestinian state is established within the pre-1967 borders and with East Jerusalem as its capital city.

Who is allied with Israel?

Israel maintains full diplomatic relations with two of its Arab neighbours, Egypt and Jordan, after signing peace treaties in 1979 and 1994 respectively. In 2020, Israel signed agreements establishing diplomatic relations with four Arab League countries, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Sudan and Morocco.

Why did the Israelites want a king?

Israel also wanted an earthly king so they could be like the kingdoms around them, whose leaders exhibited an image of magnificence and ceremonious style. Israel wanted a celebrity king who would be a showpiece for their vanity and worldliness, power and grandeur.

When was Israel founded in the Bible?

Israel, either of two political units in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament): the united kingdom of Israel under the kings Saul, David, and Solomon, which lasted from about 1020 to 922 bce; or the northern kingdom of Israel, including the territories of the 10 northern tribes (i.e., all except Judah and part of Benjamin).

Does Saudi Arabia recognize Israel?

Although Saudi Arabia has never recognized Israel, the two nations have engaged in increasing security cooperation against their mutual adversary, Iran, and there was significant speculation that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman would push the kingdom to recognize Israel in 2020.

What is Israel’s policy of “Israel Apartheid”?

“Those policies range from the 1948 mass killing and displacement of Palestinians to (over) a half-century of military occupation and, correspondingly, the discriminatory legal regime governing Palestinians, repeated military assaults on Gaza, and official Israeli statements expressly favoring the elimination of Palestinians.”

What’s happening in Gaza?

Since May 10, the Netanyahu regime has been terror-bombing and shelling Gazan residential areas, massacring civilians in cold blood. The toll through the weekend approaches 200 killed, thousands wounded — including from state-sponsored terror in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.

Why did the UN Security Council fail to condemn Israel’s actions?

On Sunday, a Security Council session on Israeli aggression failed to agree on a joint statement because the Biden regime and its Western co-conspirators blocked condemnation of Israeli mass slaughter and destruction of Gaza.