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During the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, Israel captured and occupied the western part of Jerusalem, which it incorporated into the newly-established state.
The Arab-Israeli war of 1948 led only to armistice agreements, not to a solution embodied in peace treaties.
If that could occur -- unlikely as it seems -- then perhaps Gaza's 50-day ordeal will be the last Arab-Israeli war.
Since the late 1980s, however, a group of Israeli `new historians' or revisionist historians have challenged many of the claims surrounding the birth of the state of Israel and the first Arab-Israeli war.
Whereas four Arab-Israeli wars broke out at relatively short intervals between 1948 and 1973, there has not now been such a war in over twenty years.
The closure of the Suez Canal for nearly seven years in the wake of the Arab-Israeli war of 1967 demonstrated that the West could survive the loss of what had always been described as `this vital artery.
Regional and international developments, taken together, not only make escalation virtually unthinkable, but also another full-blown Arab-Israeli war highly unlikely.
Unlike what happened in the 1967 and 1973 Arab-Israeli wars, the position of the government and the opposition converged.
36) The Ben Ali regime itself, unlike Habib Bourguiba's during the Arab-Israeli wars, adopted an attitude more in line with the popular mood.
How may the three Arab-Israeli wars (see the 1967 map) have influenced the thinking of Kheirallah and Yaara?