Six-Day War

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

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Settlers who live near the Nablus area tend to be religiously motivated, claiming a biblical link to lands occupied by Israel in a 1967 war.
The annual Jerusalem Day celebrations mark Israel's capture of the walled Old City from Jordanian forces in the 1967 war.
BEIRUT: Palestinians will march on Israel's borders from neighboring Arab states Sunday to mark the 1967 war, a top Fatah commander said, calling on the United Nations to protect the protesters.
The Arab peace plan, which was launched at the Arab summit conference in Beirut in 2002, offers Israel recognition by all Arab states if it pulled out from all the Arab territories it occupied in the 1967 war, including East Jerusalem.
Since the 1967 War and Israel's occupation of Arab lands, many Jewish organizations had been experiencing tension with the mainline Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, and Catholic communities.
Ayalon said in the video that after the 1967 war the UN Security Council's resolution 242 did not demand Israel withdraw from the territories it had captured but instead called for negotiations.
As an alternative, the Palestinians have decided to seek UN recognition of an independent Palestine in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem, areas Israel captured in the 1967 war.
of the June 1967 war, when Israeli forces opened fire on them.
The Palestinians have said they will not enter any talks unless Israel freezes all settlement activity in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, areas it captured in a 1967 war.
From its inception following the 1967 war, the illegal policy of establishing "settlements" on occupied land was designed, in part.
Israel's overwhelming victory in the 1967 war led to a rethinking of U.
This reviewer observed the June 1967 war from Damascus (three days), Beirut (two days) and Rome (one day) and wrote two chapters on the subject in a 1982 book of his own.
The state's legal justification is that the land was confiscated from the villages of Ein Yabrud and Silwad by Jordan to build a military base before Israel took the West Bank in the 1967 war, said the report.
He said: "maintaining stability and real security in the Middle East lay in Israel's evacuation of all Arab lands it occupied in the 1967 war and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital".
Palestinian state on the land occupied by Israel in 1967 war.