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Six Day War

Me, Priscilla, Michelle, and Stephanie

Nathalie Polanco

on 1 November 2013

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Transcript of Six Day War

The Six Day War
By: Priscilla Balcacer, Nathalie Polanco, Michelle Martinez, and Stephanie Alvarez
How did the Arabs provoke the Israelis to start the war?
The Arabs started to provoke a war called the six day war. What were some of those reasons? Let me explain them.

One of the ways that the Arabs provoked the six day war was by moving their troops to the border areas
They refused to allow the Israeli shipping in their waters
They also made loud threats

All though the Israeli were the ones that set up the war. They planed the attack with their people. But also the Arabs confirmed the war by joining in on it.
What is the perspective of Israel?
What was the perspective of Palestinians?
Have you heard about the six day war? The six day war is was during the time period of 1967 on June. The Palestinians and the Israeli people were in war. The only reason they were doing that was because they wanted to fight for the land of Israel. Though that might not have been the best idea because Israel now looks like this.
To conclude

the six day war
wasn't a very long war and it was
a very difficult.
The perspective of Israel was about how they used to react when it was time for the war. many bad things happened during the Six Day War. some were scared and some where like really terrified, but most of all they were all sad because they lost many things and people.
Soldiers preparing for the 6 day war.
Soldiers fighting in the 6 day war
Soldiers preparing for the 6 day war
as none the the
because, of the importance on the Western Wall
for Israel.
Arabs. The
The 6 day war was
Israel and the
Israels and the Arabs
They are both fighting for Israel
Israelis/Dome of the Rock as none to the Arabs.
are fighting
That is the part of Israel that is very important to both the Israels and the Arabs, and that want to fight about it to own it.
The perspectives of the Palestinians are that they thought that the idea of the United Nations was bad because they would have a less percent of the land and the Jews were going to receive a bigger percentage of the land. The Arabs would receive 45% and the Jews would receive 55% of the land.
THE END!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Soldiers watching to see who will attack first.
Interesting & Important Details
The Six Day War started on June 5, 1967 and ended on June 10 of 1967. The Six Day War was not only between Israel and the Arabs, it was also between Israel and Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. All the places have people of the Muslim beliefs. (Muslim people follow a religion of peace, mercy, and forgiveness)
Muslim People
June 5
Israel attacked Egypt, Jordan, Syria. Syria, Jordan and Iraq begin air strikes on Haifa. Jordan launches air strikes on Netanya and other Israeli targets. Jordan and Iraq attempt airstrikes against Tel Aviv. Jordan also begins artillery fire against the city.
June 6
Israel takes Gaza, Ras el Naqeb and Jebel Libni from Egypt.Ramallah, North East Jerusalem, Ammunition Hill and Talpiot are among areas Israeli forces capture. Jordanian forces are ordered to retreat from West Bank.
June 7
Bir al-Hasna and Al Qazima in Egypt are claimed by Israel.Old City of Jerusalem, Nablus and Jericho are among those places that fall in Jordan. Jordanian forces are ordered to retreat.Fighting between Syria and Israel continues on the border of Golan.
June 8
Hebron falls to the Israeli army. Fighting continues on the border of Golan.
June 9
An attack on Golan Heights is ordered.
June 10
Israel takes Kuneitra and Mas'ada. War ends, with Israel claiming the Gaza Strip, West Bank, Golan Heights and Sinai Peninsula to the Suez Canal.
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