Six-Day War

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tension between Arabs and Israeli erupted into a brief war in June 1967

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The Palestinians who graduated from schools and colleges in Palestine found work in many other Arab countries, following the exodus after the 1948 and 1967 Arab-Israeli wars.
On the other hand, Russia offered to take over the place of Austrian peacekeepers in the Golan Heights - under Israeli occupation since the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.
So far, the water-related disputes that have arisen in places such as the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia have been relatively restrained, with countries relying on diplomacy to sort out their differences (although there are some who argue that the 1967 Arab-Israeli War was about water, and Syria and Iraq have fought minor skirmishes over the Euphrates River).
But Hamas chief Khaled Meshl, visiting the Gaza Strip for the first time, struck a hard line against recognizing Israel or negotiating with it for a state on the lines pre-dating the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, just as Fatah's Abbas pledged himself to diplomacy and non-violence.
After the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, which marked the dissolution of a pan-Arab identity, many Palestinians came to feel that their struggle was theirs alone.
Yishai also compared the 2006 war to the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, when "all Arab states fought against Israel," according to Haaretz newspaper.
After high school, he volunteered for the paratroopers and served during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.
The Palestinians say almost 20 years of on-off direct talks on statehood envisaged by interim peace accords have hit a dead end for reasons including Israel's refusal to stop expanding settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, lands it took in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war and which Palestinians want, along with the Gaza Strip, for an independent state.
He reported from the front lines in the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, dictating his copy over shaky telephone lines to the AP's regional headquarters in Beirut.
Taqieddine said Bashar had lost all of the regime's geo-strategic cards, noting: "He lost Iraq, Palestine and Lebanon" and was "exaggerating" his options as the Assads had ceased their military struggle to regain the Golan Heights - which Israel occupied in the June 1967 Arab-Israeli war and annexed to the Jewish state in the early 1980s - by abiding strictly with a US-brokered 1974 deal between Damascus and Tel Aviv for "military disengagement".
The Palestinians are hoping for recognition of a state made up of the West Bank, Gaza, and East Jerusalem, all areas occupied by Israel during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.
In May, Perry issued a press release slamming the president for advocating an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal based largely on the land borders that were in place before the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.
The paper wrote that Palestinian authorities seek to bring the resolution, based on the borders before the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, to a vote at the General Assembly's annual meeting in September.
Essay topics include the formation of Israel, the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, the formation of the PLO, and the occupation of Gaza and the West Bank.
In his speech last week at the State Department, Obama called for Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations to begin based on the boundaries that existed on the eve of June 1967 Arab-Israeli War.