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Article: First Intifada
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The Arab summit in [[Amman]] in November 1987 focused on the [[Iran–Iraq War]], and the Palestinian issue was shunted to the sidelines for the first time in years.<ref name="Shalev1991_33">[[#Shalev1991|Shalev (1991)]], p.&nbsp;33.</ref><ref name="NassarHeacock1990_31">[[#NassarHeacock1990|Nassar; Heacock (1990)]], p.&nbsp;[http://books.google.com/books?id=_P5W5ErBQRYC&pg=PA31 31.]</ref> Israeli [[military occupation]] of [[Southern Lebanon]] and the continued Israeli military occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip contributed to growing discontent with the status quo.{{Citation needed|date=June 2011}}
 
The Arab summit in [[Amman]] in November 1987 focused on the [[Iran–Iraq War]], and the Palestinian issue was shunted to the sidelines for the first time in years.<ref name="Shalev1991_33">[[#Shalev1991|Shalev (1991)]], p.&nbsp;33.</ref><ref name="NassarHeacock1990_31">[[#NassarHeacock1990|Nassar; Heacock (1990)]], p.&nbsp;[http://books.google.com/books?id=_P5W5ErBQRYC&pg=PA31 31.]</ref> Israeli [[military occupation]] of [[Southern Lebanon]] and the continued Israeli military occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip contributed to growing discontent with the status quo.{{Citation needed|date=June 2011}}
   
===Catalysts===
 
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[[Palestinians]] and their supporters regard the Intifada as a protest against Israeli repression including extrajudicial killings, mass detentions, house demolitions, deportations, and so on.<ref name="AckermanDuVall2000">[[#AckermanDuVall2000|Ackerman; DuVall (2000)]], p&nbsp;[http://books.google.com/books?id=OVtKS9DCN0kC&pg=PA403 403.]</ref> While relatively few houses were demolished in the years before the Intifada, Israelis believed that [[House demolition in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict|house demolitions]] had "deterrent value". After the Intifada began, and the PLO began to compensate affected families, demolitions "were transformed into a stimulus to further escalation of resistance."<ref name="Shalev1991_111-114">[[#Shalev1991|Shalev (1991)]], pp.&nbsp;111–4.</ref> Further causes to the Intifada can be seen in the [[Occupation of the Gaza Strip by Egypt|Egyptian withdrawal from]] the [[Gaza Strip]] and the [[Jordan]]ian [[Hashemite|monarchy]] growing weary of [[Occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem by Jordan|pursuing its claims]] to the [[West Bank]].
 
 
High birth rates in the [[Palestinian territories]] and the limited allocation of land for new building and agriculture contributed to the increasing population density and a rise in unemployment. While income from manual labor in Israel benefited some Palestinians, unemployment was increasing, even for those with university degrees. At the time of the Intifada, only one in eight college-educated Palestinians could find degree-related work.<ref name="AckermanDuVall2000_401">[[#AckermanDuVall2000|Ackerman; DuVall (2000)]], p&nbsp;[http://books.google.com/books?id=OVtKS9DCN0kC&pg=PA401 401.]</ref>
 
 
One incident that was often claimed as a motivation is the perceived IDF failure in the "[[Night of the Gliders]]", or the "Kibia action", in which a Palestinian guerrilla infiltrated an IDF army camp from Lebanon and killed six soldiers.<ref name="Shai2005_74">[[#Shay2005|Shay (2005)]], p.&nbsp;[http://books.google.com/books?id=4kGIpMI5HC0C&pg=PA74 74.]</ref><ref name="oren">{{Cite news| last = Oren | first = Amir | title = Secrets of the Ya-Ya brotherhood | work = Haaretz | accessdate = 2008-05-13 | date = 2006-10-18 | url = http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/775582.html}}</ref><ref name="neff">{{Cite journal| volume = 1997 | pages = 81–83 | last = Neff | first = Donald | title = The Intifada Erupts, Forcing Israel to Recognize Palestinians | journal = Washington Report on Middle East Affairs| series = December | accessdate = 2008-05-13 | url = http://www.washington-report.org/backissues/1297/9712081.html}}</ref>
 
   
 
==Leadership==
 
==Leadership==
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Reporter Information
Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 07:09:32 PM
Status: Reported
Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 07:09:32 PM #101765
Bradley (anonymous)

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