These policies have been preserved and enforced regardless of Israel’s democratic image it portrays to the international community (Humphries, Isabelle).
- Since the inception of an Israeli nation-state in 1948, violence and conflict has played a major role in Israel’s brief history.
In the Sixty-One year’s Israel has been a recognized nation-state, they have fought in 6 interstate wars, 2 civil wars, and over 144 dyadic militarized interstate disputes (MIDs) with some display of military force against other states (Maoz 5).
[tags: Israel was a Mistake] - Israel, a country said to be touched by the very presence of god himself, has become an ultimately diverse nation of its own throughout time.
With immigrants coming into the country from all over the world, The Holy Land has undergone the implementation of a wide range of cultures.
Israel is a country rich in history and well established within the world platform.
This country has been the center of many debates, wars, and conflicts from which the world has learned many lessons and seen many changes on a global platform.
This eventually led to the integration of a mixture of religions, traditions, values, and beliefs.
Although, most significantly, the widespread cultural demographic has resulted in the country’s development of diversified communication patterns as well....
[tags: Israel] - Coexistence in Israel can be perceived as an empty notion considering Israel’s segregation policy, such as their mixed cities phenomenon.
Israel’s concealed segregation policy creates a microcosm of marginalizing and excluding a minority group from the benefits of the state (Humphries, Isabelle).