1967- The Six Day War

1967- The Six Day War

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  • June 5, 1967
  • Israeli airstrike
  • AHHH
  • ATTACK!!!
  • June 6, 1967
  • Egyptian Soldier
  • Gaza, Ras el Naqeb, Jebel Libni
  • Israel Soldier
  • June 7, 1967
  • Prime Minister Levi Eskhol
  • I think we should start a cease​- fire and a peace talk.
  • President Gamal Abdel Nasser
  • What is the six-day​ war? - The six-day war in 1967 is a war between Israel and its Arab neighbors that reshaped the modern Middle East. In the morning, Israeli air attacks against Egypt begin. And later Israel begins air strikes in Jordan and targets Syria air force bases. etc. On the first day, there were a lot of air strikes against each other.
  • June 8, 1967
  • Egyptian​ soldier
  • AHH!!
  • Border of Golan
  • Israeli soldier
  • Egypt Soldier
  • Syrian forces protect the border with Israel and begin artillery fire. Isreal takes Gaza, Ras el Naqeb and Jebel Libni from Egypt. Ramallah, North East Jerusalem, Ammunition Hill and Talpiot are areas Isreali forces capture. Jordanian forces are ordered to withdraw from West bank.
  • June 9, 1967
  • ATTACK!!!!
  • On June 7, 1967, day 3, Egypt's President Gamal Abdel Nasser turns it down and Israeli Prime Minister Levi Eshkol suggests that a cease- fire and peace talks begin but Hussain didn't respond on that. Also, Isreal claimed Bir al-Hasna and Al Qazima which are located in Egypt. Jordanian​ forces are ordered to retreat but fighting between Syria nd Isreal continues on the border of Golan.
  • June 10, 1967
  • Israel
  • Gaza Strip, West Bank, Golan Heights and Sinai Peninsula.
  • - Egypt accepts a cease-fire. - Hebron falls to the Israeli army. - Fighting continues on the border of Golan.
  • Ok, we will accept a cease-fire
  • An attack on Golan Heights is ordered.
  • Golan Heights
  • Israel takes Kuneitra and Mas'ada. The cease-fire​ with Syria is agreed upon. War ends, with Israel claiming the Gaza Strip, West Bank, Golan Heights and Sinai Peninsula to the Suez Canal.
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