Six-Day War

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Six-Day War:

see Arab-Israeli WarsArab-Israeli Wars,
conflicts in 1948–49, 1956, 1967, 1973–74, and 1982 between Israel and the Arab states. Tensions between Israel and the Arabs have been complicated and heightened by the political, strategic, and economic interests in the area of the great powers.
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Six-Day War

Arab-Israeli war (1967). [Near East. Hist.: EB, I: 470]
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The 1967 war saw Israel defeat four Arab armies in six days, and saw it take over East Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
From its inception following the 1967 war, the illegal policy of establishing "settlements" on occupied land was designed, in part, to create a constituency within Israeli society that would always be against making peace.
land occupied in 1967 war and East Jerusalem as its capital as it was expected,
Israel has refused to halt construction in East Jerusalem, which it captured in a 1967 war and annexed as part of its capital in a move not recognized internationally.
Israel took the Golan Heights, which Syria wants returned to them, in a 1967 war.
It is particularly appropriate that AAUG dedicates an entire issue of ASQ to this anniversary, given that the organization itself was formed to enable Arabs, Arab-Americans, and others of like mind to offer a response to the events set in motion by the June 1967 War.
Earlier, Palestinian officials said they wanted the first phase to cover about a fifth of the West Bank, a 2,300-square-mile area that Israel captured from Jordan in a 1967 war.
Palestinian police have in the past few months increasingly taken up security duties in the West Bank, territory Israel captured in a 1967 war but where Palestinians have a margin of self-rule on land they seek for an independent state.
In what follows, I will focus only on Palestine which Israel succeeded in completely occupying after the 1967 war.
The 1967 war was a response to continued aggression against Israel by its neighbors.
Netanyahu's comments were in response to US President Barack Obama's calls for a future peace deal to be based on the boundaries of Israel and Palestine before the 1967 war in which Israel occupied Gaza, the West Bank and the Golan Heights.
Haniyeh had raised speculation last month about a change in Hamas's charter, which calls for Israel's destruction, by suggesting the group could accept a referendum on any peace treaty giving the Palestinians a state on land Israel captured in a 1967 war.