Yom Kippur War

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Yom Kippur 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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Israeli media said the warning shots across the UN-monitored demarcation line were the first since the armistice that ended the 1973 Middle East war.
In nearly 23 months, Hawkins covered five live-fire conflicts, including the 1973 Middle East war and the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus.
He earned nationwide fame as commander of the air force during the 1973 Middle East war.
Cohen entertained Israeli troops during the 1973 Middle East war and last performed in Israel in 1975.
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It was the first time since the 1973 Middle East war that rockets from Syrian territory have slammed into Israel.
Publicly, the US sees the defence minister - who served in the 1956 Suez Crisis and the 1967 and 1973 Middle East wars - as an ally committed to avoiding conflicts with Israel.
The Arab leaders are expected to push Israel to resume its withdrawal from territory it soldiers captured in the 1967 and 1973 Middle East wars.
Mr Tantawi, who served in the 1956 Suez Crisis and the 1967 and 1973 Middle East wars with Israel, has reportedly spoken to US defence secretary Robert Gates five times since the democracy protests began, most recently on Thursday.
He served in three wars against Israel, starting with the 1956 Suez Crisis and both the 1967 and 1973 Middle East wars.
While in Europe, Mazzarella covered, among other events, the 1967 and 1973 Middle East wars, the Nigeria-Biafra civil war (1968), the colonel's coup in Greece (1967), and the fall of dictator Antonia Salazar in Portugal (1968) as well as continuing coverage of the vatican and Italy's political scene.