How to define a conflict and define a threat?

Conflict is the ability to affect a group of people by taking action, causing harm or threatening to do harm.

In this article, we are defining the term conflict as it relates to the Middle East and its conflict dynamics.

The term conflict comes from the Middle English word, meaning a dispute or dispute between two or more people.

Conflict is a complex relationship between parties and often involves different groups, ideologies, or groups of people who are engaged in a complex of conflict or conflict dynamics, including those that arise from other conflicts or conflicts between countries or countries in the Middle Eastern region.

Conflict can also refer to a dispute between different states, for example between the United States and Iran.

Conflict in the Palestinian territories Conflict has been defined as a set of conflicts between different people that are of varying intensity and duration, often in conflict with each other.

The Palestinian territories have been a part of the Middle Arab and Western world since 1967.

In 1970, a United Nations resolution called for the creation of a state in the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza, and the Golan Heights.

The West Bank became the state of Israel in 1981.

Since then, the status of the West bank has remained in dispute.

The status of East Jerusalem has been the subject of international conflict since 1967 when Israel occupied the Palestinian territory, and subsequently annexed it in 1981, after the creation and occupation of the State of Israel.

After a six-month ceasefire, Israeli troops and settlers began the ongoing incursion of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians into the occupied West Bank.

The Palestinians want the eastern half of the city to be part of Israel, while the Israelis want the western half to remain under the control of Israel and to remain within the 1967 lines.

The conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, also known as the 1967 Six-Day War, was the largest armed conflict in the world.

It killed more than 2,500 Palestinians, including over 700 children.

Israel occupied parts of the occupied Palestinian territory in 1967.

The United Nations partition plan established the state in 1967 as a result of the Six-day War, and established two national capitals, East and West Jerusalem.

The two capitals are recognized internationally as the capital of Israel (East Jerusalem) and as the international capital of the Palestinian Authority (West Jerusalem).

Israel, as a Jewish state, holds the capital in Jerusalem, while Palestinians live in the occupied territories of Gaza and the West