Yom Kippur War

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Synonyms for Yom Kippur War

Egypt and Syria attacked Israel in October 1973 (on Yom Kippur)

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The son-in-law of the late Gamal Abdel Nasser, president of Egypt and champion of Arab nationalism, five years before he died Marwan had been publicly identified as a master spy for the Mossad, Israel's foreign intelligence service, the mysterious high-level agent in Cairo who warned the Israelis on the eve of the 1973 Middle East war that the Egyptians were preparing to mount a lightning attack by five army divisions across the Suez Canal.
When asked about his greatest achievements, the former Iraqi leader cited social progress for ordinary Iraqis, a temporary ceasefire with the Kurds in the early 1970s, the nationalisation of Iraq's oil in 1972, and support for the Arab side during the 1973 Middle East war with Israel.
But its resolve has been weak ever since the 1973 Middle East war and subsequent oil crisis.
Helicopters have ferried troops deep into the country in the biggest Israeli operation of its kind since the 1973 Middle East war.
Golda's Balcony is set against the background of the early hours of the 1973 Middle East War, which nearly ended in a nuclear catastrophe.
The Harpy has been in use by Israel's military for decades and was first used during the 1973 Middle East war.
In the aftermath of the Vietnam War and the 1973 Middle East war, the OPEC nations were able to raise oil prices to crippling levels because the American troops who might have deterred them had been killed in the Mekong Delta and the A Shau valley.
Mr Harel spent Israel's "long-decade" - the years after the 1973 Middle East war when the economy was battered by hyperinflation and slow growth - in the United States.
To test the five propositions, he conducts comparative case studies of the Iranian crisis (1946), the Berlin blockade (1948-49), the Berlin Wall crisis (1961), the Cuban Missile Crisis (1962), and the 1973 Middle East War.
During the 1973 Middle East war, some 93 percent of the Sidewinders launched by Israeli pilots struck Arab aircraft, perhaps the best performance ever by a precision-guided weapon.
The date is also a national holiday, marking the 40th anniversary of the start of the 1973 Middle East war in which Egyptian forces made initial gains against Israel.
Dubai The Syrian opposition struck a hard-won deal on Sunday on a new structure to take forward the 20-month uprising as clashes on the Golan Heights prompted what Israel said was its first fire across the armistice line since the 1973 Middle East war.
Al-Bader explained that the second phase began when the Fund expanded its efforts to include developing and poor countries in Africa, particularly those affected by the October 1973 Middle East war.
Five years before he died he had been publicly identified as a master spy for the Mossad, Israel's foreign intelligence service, the mysterious high-level agent in Cairo who had warned the Israelis on the eve of the 1973 Middle East war that the Egyptians were preparing to mount a lightning attack by five army divisions across the Suez Canal.
Sharon made his comments in an address on Tuesday marking 30 years since the 1973 Middle East war.