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Palestine Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry Before entering the… Read More »

History of Palestine Part X

2000 The Second Intifada. Israel is lowering the peace process Although the 2nd Intifada was triggered by Ariel Sharon, it was at the same time expressing many years of accumulated Palestinian frustration over the peace process that the Israelis had halted. Like the first Intifada in 1987, it therefore had its own popular dynamic and… Read More »

History of Palestine Part IX

1995-96 The peace process runs off the trail Tensions continued despite negotiations between Islamists and PLO leaders. Arafat wanted, among other things, that Hamas took part in the planned Palestinian elections in January 96, which would give his leadership greater legitimacy. However, the fundamentalists ultimately decided to boycott the election. Arafat was elected president with… Read More »

History of Palestine Part VIII

When Saddam Hussein was finally beaten in March 91, the excitement in the occupied territories was at a boiling point. Throughout the war, the Palestinians had been hit by the Israeli curfew. At the diplomatic level, however, a joint statement was issued by the US and the Soviet Union on the hope of achieving a… Read More »

History of Palestine Part VII

1982 PLO forced out of Lebanon In July 1982, the Israeli government decided to implement an “End Solution” on the Palestinian issue. Extensive Israeli military forces invaded Lebanon. As it was later revealed, the purpose was to destroy the PLO’s military structure, capture as many of its leaders and partisans as possible, annex part of… Read More »

History of Palestine Part VI

However, the radicalization of the Arab world in the early 1950s – the Nazi movement in Egypt and the Ba’ath parties in Syria and Iraq – gave Palestinians hope for political support. They channeled their political activity through this bourgeois progressive Arab nationalist movement in the belief that a joint Arab struggle was the path… Read More »

History of Palestine Part V

1948 Israel is created. War From November 1947 until the establishment of the State of Israel on May 14, 1948, the Zionist forces conquered a number of areas which, according to the plan of division, were to fall on the Palestinian state. The most notorious action was the massacre in the village of Deir Yassin… Read More »

History of Palestine Part IV

1920 The Balfour Declaration opens up extensive Jewish immigration Following the Balfour Declaration, a new comprehensive Jewish immigration and intense Zionist organization were implemented. This became particularly prominent after Hitler took over power in Germany and the United States, quota immigration regulation. Zionism’s goal of a state of its own for Jews – which until… Read More »

History of Palestine Part III

As early as World War I, it was clear that the Ottoman Empire would disintegrate and that the victors would have a great cake to share. The political future of the Middle East lay in the mold, boundaries had to be drawn, spheres of influence defined and regimes created. This process was led by the… Read More »

History of Palestine Part II

While Judaism was still in existence, “ Jew ” – Yehudi – was used as an ethnic collective term for Israelites – or Hebrews. During the captivity in Babylon – Iraq – Jewish philosophers developed a new religion – Judaism – on the basis of the ancient tribal religion of the Israelites. Thus, in principle,… Read More »

History of Palestine Part I

Palestine, in modern times, has been forced to push its borders after the settlement between the victors of World War I. Roughly, the administrative boundaries set by the Turks during their rule in the area from 1517 to 1918 were followed, which were themselves based on even older traditions. Modern borders, therefore, are only slightly… Read More »