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1950s: The Law of Return is established in Israel, allowing Jews from other countries to immigrate to Israel and become citizens. More than 100,000 Jews living in Iraq immigrate to Israel.

Today: Fewer than one hundred Jews live in Iraq.

1950s: Great Britain recognizes Israel as a state.

Today: Great Britain helps to broker a ceasefire between Palestine and Israel.

1950s: Between 1950 and 1956, more than 1,300 Israelis are killed by terrorist raids.

Today: Between 2000 and 2005, more than 600 Israelis are killed by terrorist raids.

1950s: Israeli forces defeat Arab forces to establish the state of Israel.

Today: Israeli forces remove Israeli settlers from the Gaza Strip to return the land to the Palestinians.

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