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After a short time in Flint , Michigan, he moved to New York City's Harlem neighborhood in 1943, where he engaged in drug dealing, gambling, racketeering , robbery, and pimping . [19] According to recent biographies, Little also occasionally had sex with other men, usually for money. [20] [21] [D] He befriended John Elroy Sanford, a fellow dishwasher at Jimmy's Chicken Shack in Harlem who aspired to be a professional comedian. Both men had reddish hair, so Sanford was called "Chicago Red" after his hometown and Little was known as "Detroit Red". Years later, Sanford became famous as Redd Foxx . [26]

These results are sorted by most relevant first (ranked search). You may also sort these by color rating or essay length . Title Length Color Rating   The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Explored in the Documentary, Budrus, by Julia Bachas - The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the most well known and least understood conflicts in modern times. In order to cast light on this ever-evolving situation, Julia Bachas investigates the conflict and the power of nonviolent resistance, through her documentary Budrus. By examining the way a small group of Palestinians was able to protest and ultimately prevent the installation of a security fence through the occupied territories, we are given a progressive, positive model for future resistance....   [tags: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Essays] 2192 words
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( pages) Better Essays [preview] Palestinian Smuggling Tunnels - Ever since the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict and the Six Day War in 1967, when Israel occupied the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Golan Heights, Sinai and Gaza Strip, Palestinians have been fighting for their ‘birthright’ country and have unfortunately been pushed into a corner and surrounded by borders by the Israeli’s, unsurprisingly, it has tormented and tested the Palestinians living in these occupied territories with shifting forms of Israeli military and civilian rule , which consequently has sparked major uprisings by Palestinians such as the second Intifada....   [tags: Defying Israel and Egypt]
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( pages) Better Essays [preview] The Conflict: One State Solution - Since 1920, about 115,000 people have been killed as a direct effect of the violence in Palestine and Israel. (2014 Index of Economic Freedom.) The One State Solution will only work if both sides commit to a democracy, separation of state and religion and an end to violence. They have to learn to do these soon because if they don’t everyone in Palestine and Israel will be wiped out. Making a One State Solution will make one strong economy. Right now, in the two countries, people are not allowed to work in a different state then they live in....   [tags: palestinian economy, israel, democracy]
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(3 pages) Strong Essays [preview] The Arab-Israeli Conflict and Outside Influence on It - The Arab-Israeli Conflict and Outside Influence on It The history of the Arab-Israeli conflict has always been an international one. It has never been simply a local problem. Foreign powers have been involved since 1914, and, since 1973, the whole world has been affected by the rise in oil prices, which are a consequence of the Yom Kippur War. The first sign of trouble between the two religious groups came just after the First World War when tension between the two groups grew when some Jews migrated to Palestine....   [tags: Papers] 1273 words
( pages) Strong Essays [preview] The Arab-Israeli Conflict - In 1948 the Jewish state of Israel was created out of the land of Palestine; the homeland of many Arabs who have lived there since the middle ages. Since then there has been continual conflict between the Arabs and the Israelis. From about 1500 BC, the Jewish people have lived in the land of Palestine. In the first century AD, Palestine was controlled by the powerful Romans. In AD 70 and again in AD 135 the Jews revolted against their Roman Rulers. The Romans crushed both the revolts severely and destroyed the city of Jerusalem, which included most of the temple, and expelled them from their lands....   [tags: Threats To World Peace] 3007 words
( pages) Powerful Essays [preview] Paradise Now, by Director Hany Abu-Assad - It is hard to overlook the oppression that faces Palestinians living in Israeli-occupied territories. Every street is littered with garbage, and walls are covered in grafitti. For citizens there, every day is a struggle to survive and violence is a constant threat. In contrast to the modernized and prosperous cities in Israel, the occupied territories are rural and tyrannized. The helplessness that Palestinians feel as a result of this situation often serves as a justification for bombings....   [tags: palestinians, israeli]
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( pages) Term Papers [preview] Joe Sacco's Article: The Underground War in Gaza - In our American society newspapers are very important. They provide us with a lot of solid information of what is happening in in our local area and in an international level. The newspapers are usually sold to expose conflicts, peace, knowledge, lost, and other cultural media. Not every newspaper carried international news, but the New York Times does, their journalist name Joe Sacco published a comic title “The Underground War in Gaza” on July 6, 2003. In his comic he exposed the conflicts between Israel and Palestine....   [tags: Iraelian-Palestinian conflict]
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( pages) Powerful Essays [preview] Art and Resistance in the West Bank Part 2 - Human rights: This aspect of “support for Palestine” creates a conception of the wall as an issue of transnational interest. Defining the walls constriction in terms of human rights issues creates more leeway and support from both local and international NGO’s that function to safeguard the natural liberties, such as freedom to life and liberty. What the graffiti and artwork show is the landscape of life in the depleting neighborhoods. Inscriptions such as “we want to live like everybody else” or “No to this jail for Palestinians” appeal to the concept of human liberty and freedom supported by all human rights organizations....   [tags: Palestinian-Israel relations, human rights]
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( pages) Strong Essays [preview] The Implications of the Israel/ Palestine Conflict - ... helping militarily in Israel-Palestinian issue. Although I was never interested in such a serious issue, I took some struggle to research this issue. Clearly, I have an interest in this issue not for my own stability, but for the sake of my curiosity and truthfulness in this issue. All the nations are against Israel, America is the only one supporting them, clearly not for any personal gain. I read more about this issue from New York Times which said, “Although President Obama spent the majority of his speech in Israel talking about the “unbreakable bonds of friendship” between the ....   [tags: land, military, settlement] 813 words
( pages) Better Essays [preview] The New Israeli Nation between 1947-1967 - How was the new Israeli nation able to be born, to survive, and to prosper during the period of 1947-1967 despite being surrounded by hostile states. Introduction One of the biggest mysteries of the 20th century was the sudden creation of the Jewish state. It had been the dream of almost every Jew to have their own nation in which they would be free from persecution but its very creation appeared to be beyond human possibility. Almost 6 million Jews been viciously massacred under the “Final Solution” Plan of Nazi Germany and the remaining were dispossessed refugees....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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(5 pages) Powerful Essays [preview] Media Biased Against Palestinians - Last October, Telegraph, The Guardian, and Associated Press and several others covered the news of IDF soldier Gilad Schalit’s release in a barrage of hand-wringing, as if to make up for their telling lack of interest in Palestine’s United Nations membership bid the month before. The indifference is only natural; Schalit’s release is more historical, since Obama promised to use the US’ Security Council veto on Palestine’s bid. Historical, that is, because history is written by the winners. Forget about the 1,027 Palestinian prisoners....   [tags: Palestinians]
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( pages) Term Papers [preview] The Israel Palestine Conflict - ... One of these unsolved issues was immigration of thousands of Jewish people to the British Mandate Palestine known as the Zionist Project (1920-1930). This caused unrest in the Arab community. In 1937, a Royal Commission from Britain suggested that the land be divided up into a Jewish state and an Arab one. Both Palestinians and Arabs rejected this and wanted an end the the immigration. Opposing violence continued until 1938 when reinforcements from the UK stepped in to end it. Then around 1948 was when it became a conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Arab people....   [tags: UN efforts, semitic people, peace]
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( pages) Strong Essays [preview] Arab-Israeli Conflict - Arab-Israeli Conflict During the First World War (1914-1918), Britain met with problems concerning promises made, yet not being kept. Britain, knowing that it needed all the help it could get against the German allies, promised land to people who desperately wanted it. However, as it was revealed Britain had no intention of honouring their word. The first promise to be made was to the Arabs, in a desperate attempt to overpower one of the countries the British were fighting; the Turks....   [tags: Papers] 1776 words
( pages) Powerful Essays [preview] Arab-israeli Conflict - On November 29, 1947, the United Nations voted to divide the Middle Eastern land called Palestine into two independent nations, one Arab and one Jewish. On May 14, 1948, a new nation was born: Israel. The Jews of Israel and the world celebrated with joy and gladness, because for over two thousand years, they had hoped to return to the land of their heritage. (Silverman, 1) However with Jews from all around the world returning to Israel, the Arabs residing in this land were forced into exile. The rebirth of Israel marked the beginning of conflict, violence, and peace treaties between the Arabs and the Jews of the Middle East....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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( pages) Strong Essays [preview] The Palestine Division: A Conflict Between Arabs and Israelis - Today, as in most of human history, the world is always in war, extinct wars like World War II, apparently succeeding wars like Iraq and the United States and more hard as the war of Israel and Palestine. The last war mentioned, the Arab-Israeli conflict, has attracted the attention of the world for various issues such as the failed attempt at peace, or the history of both nations, but what is striking is the daily life of both sides, more specific daily terror of the Palestine for suicide bombings carried out by the Jews and the violation of individual rights to the Palestinian people....   [tags: suicide bombings, christians, zionists]
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( pages) Better Essays [preview] The Israel-Palestine Conflict - Why can’t there be peace. What prevents humans from having a lasting, worldwide peace. The answer can be found in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Jews in Europe sought a piece of land where they would be safe from persecution, and they desired it to be in Palestine, to the distaste of the Palestinians who had already been living there. The chance for unwavering peace between the Israel and Palestine has diminished since the start of the struggle between them, and at this point in time peace is only a dream that will never become a reality....   [tags: Peace, States, War] 1076 words
( pages) Better Essays [preview] The Arab-Israeli Conflict - The Arabs said it was their right to live in and lead Palestine because simply they had been living there for about 1300 years. Because of the holocaust (the Germans blamed the Jews for losing the war so the Jews were getting killed) and the pogroms (where the Russians blamed the Jews for the assassination of Tsar Alemandre, so the treated the Jews as slaves) more and more Jews were coming into Palestine. The Palestinians got mad so they asked the British to step in; they stopped unloading Jews to get on the land....   [tags: Threats To World Peace] 1006 words
( pages) Strong Essays [preview] Israel-Palestine: Open Ended Conflict - Palestine and Israel: Open Ended Conflict The birth of a nation and an imminent end to another sparked by a simple demand or right as many like refer to. The demand was simple; Jews need a homeland after the Jewish Holocaust by Hitler’s reign. “In November of 1947, the United Nations voted to establish two nations: one Arab and one Jewish in a partitioned Palestine.” (BBC) Since this establishment of 1947, conflicts, tragedies, high numbers of casualties, lost homes, forced migrations, etc. arose between these two nations....   [tags: Middle-eastern warfare]
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( pages) Research Papers [preview] The Palestinian Fight for a Homeland - The Palestinian Fight for a Homeland The Palestinian refugee issue has its origins in the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948 and the eruption of the Arab-Israeli war that accompanied this. During this period, some three-quarters of a million Palestinians left their homes within what was to become the state of Israel to seek refuge in the (Jordanian controlled) West Bank, the (Egyptian-controlled) Gaza Strip, Syria, Lebanon and further afield. When Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza in June 1967, a further 300,000 fled these areas for neighboring countries....   [tags: Papers] 1396 words
(4 pages) Better Essays [preview] Is Israel’s Very Survival Dependent on the Creation of a Stable and Viable Palestinian State? - ... According to Aaron Miller, Author of The Much too Promised Land, Israel has a large and vibrant “high-tech” sector, and companies in said sector hold 120 different stocks on American exchanges (Miller, Document 2). On the authority of Rami Khouri, columnist, the United States has shown great respect and friendship to Israel ( Khouri, Document 1). American support in Israel has helped to boost their economy and create the modern nation that exists today. Without help from the United States, Israel may not have even existed, and many Jewish Israelis feel indebted to the United States in some part for it’s role in giving Jews a safe place after the Holocaust....   [tags: ambitions, power, authority, ethnic] 757 words
( pages) Better Essays [preview] Outside Powers' Influence on the Resolution of the Arab-Israeli Conflict since 1948 - Outside Powers' Influence on the Resolution of the Arab-Israeli Conflict since 1948 Since 1948 many countries became involved in the conflict, namely Britain, France, the USA, Russia and the UN. One of the main reasons for this was oil in the Middle East and interest from France and Britain. The USA and Russia were involved because of the Cold War conflict. Britain's early actions didn't help peace as most agree that Britain's actions led to the 1948 War of Independence; and agreement with the Jews....   [tags: Papers] 731 words
( pages) Strong Essays [preview] A Poet Protesting the Persecution of the Palestinian People - A Poet Protesting the Persecution of the Palestinian People Poets from every part of the world from all times of history have written about the issues of oppression and hardships of unfairness and discrimination. It is easy to find writings and poetry by African Americans, Hispanics, Japanese, Chinese, and even Native American poets. These nationalities are very well represented when it comes to poets shouting of the unfair treatment of their ethnic group. However, to find poetry and poets from an ethnic group such as the Palestinians or the Afghanis is not so common, and it is usually these groups that need to be heard the most, because it is generally these people who are being di...   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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( pages) Research Papers [preview] Analyse the Causes and Consequences of the Arab-Israeli war of 1967 - Introduction Throughout the written history the outcomes of regional/world wars have changed the ways countries, at least politically. Wars are not normally fought without reason or a cause; be it just a cause or otherwise. Sometimes they are fought for the expansion of territories, economic issues or even when the existence of one country is threaten. The final outcome of any war has consequences for countries involved, their populations and regions where they occur. The same holds true for the Arab – Israeli war of 1967....   [tags: World History ]
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( pages) Term Papers [preview] Jewish Americans Stand on Isreal and Palestin Conflict - ... These results are in line with studies from Israel that indicate that Jewish participants tend to disagree with statements that dehumanize the Palestinians (Hammack et al., 2011; Maoz & McCauley, 2005, 2008). They depart from study findings from Israel that indicate that Jewish Israelis tend to see the conflict somewhat in terms of a zero-sum game and tend to reject compromise solutions to the conflict (Eidelson & Maoz, 2007). These differences might be explained by the differences in the cultural ethos of Jewish Americans that values social justice and human rights and thus peace, and Israeli society that like other societies living in intractable conflict tend to be less optimistic abo...   [tags: beliefs, peace, war] 579 words
( pages) Strong Essays [preview] Arab - Israeli Wars - Since the United Nations partition of PALESTINE in 1947 and the establishment of the modern state of ISRAEL in 1948, there have been four major Arab-Israeli wars (1947-49, 1956, 1967, and 1973) and numerous intermittent battles. Although Egypt and Israel signed a peace treaty in 1979, hostility between Israel and the rest of its Arab neighbors, complicated by the demands of Palestinian Arabs, continued into the 1980s. THE FIRST PALESTINE WAR (1947-49) The first war began as a civil conflict between Palestinian Jews and Arabs following the United Nations recommendation of Nov....   [tags: essays research papers] 1663 words
( pages) Strong Essays [preview] Israel has a Failed State Index Score Due to the West Bank - ... In 1995 Palestinian self-government was implemented in West Bank and Gaza Strip. By 1996 Hezbollah terrorists’ attacks were carried out on northern Israel and massive Palestinian terrorist attacks were committed throughout Israel. In response to attacks Israel began building the anti-terrorism fence to stop West Bank terrorists from killing Israeli citizens. Whatever analysis is put on the history, there can be no disputing that the Palestinian Territories (Gaza and the West Bank) have been occupied by Israel since the Six Day War and that this occupation has had profound implications for the development of the two occupied territories....   [tags: conflict, attack, instability] 1028 words
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