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About 2000 B.C, The first people of the land Canaan.
63 B.C, Roman troops invaded Judah and inventually it came under the Roman control.
1917, In attempt to gain Jewish support for its war efforts, the UK issued the Balfour Declaration.
1978, Egypt and Israel signed an agreement design to settle their disputes.
1982, Israel withdrew from the Sinai Peninsula. The agreement included provision for a five-year period of self-government for the residents of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.
1987, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and West Bank staged several protests that became known as the Intifada.
2000, A second intifada led to further violence between Israelis and Palestinians.
2008, Israel began air attacks on the Gaza Stripes.
2009, Israel sent troops into Gaza.
2012, Violence in Gaza erupted again as Hamas rocket attacks met with Israeli naval and air strikes.
2014, Israeli soldiers again entered Gaza after a sharp increase in cross-border violence.
1800 B.C, Hebrews left Mesopotamia and settled in Canaan.
1029 B.C, The 12 tribes of Canaan were loosely organized, which resulted in them choosing a king, King Saul.
1000 B.C, King Saul successor, King David unified the nation to form a kingdom. He established his capital in Jerusalem.
722 B.C, The Assyrian people conquered Israel.
1071, The Suljuks gained control over Jerusalem.
During 600's, Muslim Arab armies moved north from Arabia to conquer most of the middle east.
During the late 1800's, Oppression of Jews in Eastern Europe set off a mass emigration of Jewish refugees. Thus sparked the Zionist Movement, which sought to make Palestine an independent Jewish nation.
During WWI (1914-1918), The Ottoman Empire joined Germany and Austria-Hungary against the Allies. An Ottoman military government ruled Palestine.
During WWII (1939-1945), Many Palestinian Arabs and Jews joined the Allied forces. After the war, the Zionists used force to stop the UK from limiting Jewish immigration into Palestine.
1956-1967, After WWII there was cease fire until these years, where the people fought over land and power.
In the 1200's B.C, Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt, returning them back to Canaan.
During the 700's B.C, The Assyrians extended their rule westward to the Mediteranean Sea.
During the 300's, The Roman Rule over Palestine came to an end.
530 B.C- 331 B.C, The Persians ruled most of the middle east, including Palestine.
In the 1000's, The Seljuks began to take over Palestine.
1099-1187, The Christian Crusaders had control over Palestine.
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