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1967 Arab-Israeli War: Often called the "Six Days War", a decisive Israeli victory, starting with a preemptive attack, against Arab states preparing for battle; the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza Strip and Golan Heights were captured
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- Egypt : A country in the northeastern corner of Africa, bordering Sudan, Libya, the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea
- Israel : Country in the Middle East.
- Jordan : An Arab country of the Middle East, landlocked and bordered by Iraq, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and the West Bank of Palestine
- Syria : Country in the Middle East, facing the Mediterranean Sea, and sharing borders with Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.
- Preemptive attack : A military attack intended to neutralize an attack imminently being prepared by one's opponent, and justified as self-defense
- 1948 Arab-Israeli War : A war initiated by neighboring Arab states shortly after the United Nations General Assembly resolution that created the State of Israel from the British Mandate of Palestine; the outnumbered but better organized Israelis eked out a military victory, in part setting up further conflict by taking control of all of partitioned Jerusalem
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