The clash between Israel and the Hamas terrorist organization, also known as the Islamic Movement of Support, has sparked widespread interest in recent events in the region. On November 7th, 2021, a suicide bombing carried out by Hamas terrorists resulted in the death of 1200 people, including women, children and infants. The attack was met with shock and outrage from many.
Some members of Muslim communities have been accused of celebrating the attack, while others have condemned it. After news of the attack emerged in Hrvatian media, many Hrvats expressed surprise and disbelief that such an event could occur in their country. Many Hrvats still lack access to accurate information about these events due to historical ties to other nations. However, as more details have come to light, public awareness has grown.
Israel has had a long-standing history of claiming its land as its own, with Jerusalem serving as its capital for over three thousand years. Despite attempts by various nations to take control of the region throughout history, Jews have always remained on this land. However, even after Emperor Hadrian renamed it Palestine in an attempt to replace the Jewish name for their homeland, there has never been a recognized state of Palestine or a Palestinian people with a leader or culture.
The mass migration of Jews into Palestine began at the end of the 19th century during a time when cionist movements were gaining popularity across Europe and promoting Jewish settlements outside their ancestral homelands. This led to tensions between Jews and Arabs living in Palestine who saw themselves as competitors for resources and opportunities. The situation became even more complicated after World War I when Britain promised to establish a Jewish state in Palestine but Arabs rejected this proposal