Yom Kippur War

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

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As the 1973 October War reminds us, this is not a new phenomenon.
During those thirty years, Mubarak succeeded in changing his image among the Egyptians from one of a national hero of the 1973 October War to the present one of a hated despotic tyrant who is held responsible for impoverishing the people while allowing
The story revolves around the changes that took place in the Egyptian society after the 1973 October War.
Exports of dual use items such as electrical components and software were banned and American aid to the country, active after the 1973 October War, was cut.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- Tying together the past and present, the authentic bandage that was used to treat the head injury of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon from the 1973 October War was sold on eBay to popular online casino GoldenPalace.
Finally, the book includes an epilogue and a short history of Israel, with emphasis on the events that led to the numerous conflicts experienced in the region prior to the 1973 October War.
4) Last but not least, Iraq's economic potential and relative wealth, especially after the 1973 October War and the subsequent rise of the oil prices, made this country a financially attractive partner and customer for Moscow.
During the 1973 October War, Shaikh Zayed supported King Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz, who pledged significant financial support to both Egypt and Syria.
The square in central Cairo is the proposed destination for opposing marches planned for the anniversary of the 1973 October War.
After Egypt pivoted to the West in the wake of the 1973 October war against Israel, America became its main patron.
His plan reached fruition after the 1973 October War, when he plotted to exclude the Palestinians from the post-war settlement and remove Egypt from the Arab military line-up, thus laying the foundations for the 1979 Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty.
Although the paper published ElBaradei's article about the 1973 October war in its Wednesday's edition, Egyptian analysts and lawyers said that the dismissal was part of government attempts to "tame" the media outlets ahead of next month's parliamentary elections, AL HAYAT said.