|The history of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is elastic; it changes dramatically depending on who is telling it and where they start the story. Therefore, it is important to note that a historic timeline of events concerning this conflict is always difficult to present in an objective manner. For this reason, as you read through the timeline sections, certain events include both a Palestinian (in green) and an Israeli (in blue) perspective.|
|View the entire timeline as a PDF (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)|
|View Seth Ackerman's "Losing Ground", on the changing map of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, from Harper's Magazine, December, 2001. (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)|
This timeline was compiled by Negar Katirai while working as a research associate at the Council on Foreign Relations. Thanks also to Dr. Mark LeVine, University of California-Irvine, for reviewing this document.
Most of the information in this timeline is based on the BBCs
Depth: Middle East Peace Process" Web site as well as the
Posts War and Peace in the Middle East" Web site,
the United Nations "Question
of Palestine Web site," and the U.S. State Departments
Web site on the Middle
East Peace Process.
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