Six Day War


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

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But the matsav to which the title alludes is the Situation which Israel has struggled with since long before the Six Day War.
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan's black eye patch became probably the most recognized symbol of the Israeli military in press and TV coverage of the Six Day War.
To be unbiased, one should point out that these interviews are with a small number of soldiers, and that their impressions and experiences are not necessarily found in the larger population of Six Day War veterans.
Nevertheless, the decision to cancel a Palestinian march commemorating the 44[th] anniversary of the 1967 Six Day War relieved many citizens living in villages near the border who feared that demonstrations would affect their social and economic lives, the daily said.
Just for the fun of it Googling a runner Six Day War 2.
The next year he was back in the Middle East when Syria attacked Israeli troops along the Sinai and in the Golan Heights--both of which Israel had claimed in the Six Day War of 1967.
Summary: Israel's 42-year occupation of the Palestinian territories that continued following the 1967 Six Day War shames the world, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat said on Friday, as Israeli troops
SIX DAY WAR LEFT MIXED LEGACY (The Japan Times, an English-language daily)
TIMES PAST looks at the Six Day War, which transformed the Mideast 40 years ago.
In 1967 after the borders opened following the Six Day War, Bashir returned to Ramla to visit his childhood home, meeting Dalia who opened the door to him.
Embassy in Tel Aviv took an exhausting afternoon trek out to the fledgling desert community of Kalyah, in the West Bank territory Israel had taken from Jordan in the Six Day War just two years earlier.
In Six Days Jeremy Bowen takes us through the history of the Six Day War and brings us to the current explosive situation in the Middle East.
Boyne well makes the point of the hubris that developed in the Israeli military after their spectacular success in the Six Day War, and how it came close to losing the 1973 war.
Then the Six Day War exploded in 1967, bringing Arab-Jewish tensions to the surface in his neighborhood for the first time.
Now fifty-two, he was a teenager during the Six Day War and saw his career begin to blossom at the time of the first intifada, beginning in 1987.