There are traces that have been found for the beginning of the conflict and it was the large-scale immigration of Jewish to Palestine especially after the Zionist movement was established as one of the main reason behind the conflict (Pressman, “A Brief History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict”).
There is evidence of too much violence in recent times between Israelis and Palestinians. The vital point is that Israel has been confined to illegal military activity since 1967, in the vicinity of Gaza Strip and the West Bank. This is a continuing and original violence against which all Palestinian acts of violence have been directed (Pressman, “A Brief History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict”).
In the year 1947, British Government asked the United Nations to deal with the question of Palestine. As per 1937 Peel Plan the majority of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) gave privilege to the partition of Palestine into two states comprising of Arab and Jewish one. According to the UNSCOP, the Jewish state would be about 55% and the Arab state would be about 42% of Palestine and the remaining territory, including Jerusalem would be termed as an international zone (Pressman, “A Brief History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict”).
The Arab state would have about 400000 Arabs and the Jewish state would have 500000 Jews. In the year 1947, on 29th November, UNSCOP’s majority reports were accepted by the United Nations General Assembly as resolution 181. The Jewish people had accepted the partition but the Arab people had rejected it. Approximately right away, warfare started in Palestine between Jewish and Arab forces (Pressman, “A Brief History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict”).
The conflict had existed for a long time and still it is found to be present in Palestine between the Arabs and the Jews.