Why do you think that Israel and Palestine are always at war, and what kind of grudges do they have?
First of all, we have to go back 4,000 years in one breath.
Because at that time, the ancestors of the Jews lived in the Two Rivers Valley, near the Persian Gulf, and at the same time, this area was also traditionally inhabited by Arabs.
So the first thing that can be made clear is that in ancient times, Jews and Arabs were neighbors with similar blood relations.
However, 4,000 years ago, agricultural cultivation was still extremely underdeveloped, and if you were a little careless, the weather was dry, it was easy, and there was no harvest.
The Jews, on the other hand, unfortunately suffered a famine and could not live, so they formed a group and fled together from the Two Rivers Valley to Egypt.
But what is the problem?
The problem is that in ancient times, Egypt was also a battleground for soldiers, and the Jews fled, and there was not much stability after that.
The Jews can't stay, what to do? That's when they remembered their former home.
In the valley of the two rivers, according to legend, the prophet Moses was inspired by God to lead the Jews out of Egypt and back to the land, keeping the promised land of milk and honey.
What is the Promised Land? That is to say, in the ancient mythological books, God promised to make the land of the Canan region, that is, the current land, east of the sea and the West Bank of the Jordan River, as the homeland of the Jews, and God promised them and promised them, so there was a promised land.
This statement. The prophet Moses led the Jews out of Egypt and back to the Promised Land, a journey that has been arduous, and the Bible devotes a chapter to this story.
Moses' separation of the Red Sea happened at this time, of course, this is all a legend, just have fun.
The real history is that about 3,500 years ago, the Jews returned from Egypt to their former homeland and officially established a country named Israel.
However, the days of peace did not last long, and in more than 500 BC, the kingdom of Jubilon rose to rule the entire valley of the two rivers in one fell swoop, and the kingdom of Israel was naturally ruthlessly annexed.
But people who are familiar with history must know that this place in the Middle East connects Asia and Europe and the land of four wars.
To sum up, it is a generation of versions and a generation of gods.
Babylon had just gone down in history, and the Persian Empire was coming again, and they swept through a thousand armies one by one, almost hitting Greece.
At this time, the enslaved Jews were fortunate to be liberated and returned to the West Bank.
At the same time, a famous ancient city was built, yes, Jerusalem.
In the Persian Empire, it is only a guest of history, who is really combative?
It was the Roman Empire.
At their widest, they swept across the entire Mediterranean.
During this period, Israel was completely crushed by the army because of its opposition to Roman rule, and even the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem was completely demolished.
The Jews, the nation, were also completely dispersed and exiled all over the world.
In fact, to be honest, throughout human history, stories like the Jews have been reported. In fact, there are many more, such as the Celts, the Asterks, and the races that were destroyed with the time of the war geography.
However, the biggest difference in the fate of the Jews was the sudden publication of the Balfour Declaration in Britain in 1917.
At the heart of the declaration was to support the return of Jews across the globe to the West Bank and build another Israel. I don't care about the founding of the country, but you have to choose the right place, right?
At that time, the place was already a living area for Palestinians. Since the Jews were broken up by the Roman Empire 1,900 years ago, Palestine in the West Bank of the Jordan River has lived here for generations, and as a result, a declaration, you say that you want to build a country here, replace it with Jews, who can be convinced, can he still be combined?
Since the beginning of the last century, Israel and Palestine have been fighting each other on the east bank of the Jordan River in the middle of the earth, and they have been fighting until now.
And various forces in the international community have also used this as an excuse to repeatedly intervene in the Middle East, and it can even be said that if Palestine and Israel are not peaceful, the world will be unstable.