Date Mid-20th century – present
Main phase: 1964–1993
State of Palestine
Status Israeli–Palestinian peace process
low-level fighting, mainly between Israel and Gaza
changes Establishment and dissolution of Palestinian administration (1948–1959) in Gaza
Jordanian annexation of the West Bank (1948–1967)
Occupation of West Bank and Gaza by Israel in 1967
Transition of "A" and "B" areas from Israeli Civil Administration to the Palestinian National Authority in 1994–95
Israeli disengagement from Gaza in 2005
Lately Israel has been relying on their “Iron Dome” for protection against those who want to destroy the country. Namely Hamas—terrorists who are major obstacles between the Israelis and Arabian people living in Israel. Disputes between Israelis and Palestinians began in the mid-20th century.
Much water has passed under the bridge since then, but there’s still no peace. The Iron Dome has protected civilians in Israel from Hamas' rockets. Instead of a huge impenetrable shield built over Israel, the shield is a battery of rockets set to destroy any incoming Hamas rockets. To date, 90 percent of incoming Gaza rockets have been intercepted by this shield.