Since the creation of the State of Israel in 1948, the tension between the Hebrews and their Arab neighbors has been latent and has manifested itself on numerous occasions. In 1949, in response to the declaration of the Hebrew state by President Davi ben Gurion, a coalition formed by Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq attacked the new state, being defeated and resulting in the expulsion of almost one million Palestinians from the territory.
After the nationalization of the Suez Canal by Egypt (1956) Israel attacks the Sinai to obtain an outlet to the canal, in what will be considered the second official war between the states of Israel and its neighbors.
In 1967, the famous 6-Day War took place, in which the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) conquered the strategic position of the Golan Heights, which they seized from Syria.
Between October 6 and 25, 1973, the fifth Arab-Israeli war took place, which is known as the “Arab-Israeli War”. War of Yom KippurThe Arab coalition led by Egypt and Syria simultaneously launched an offensive on the Suez Canal and the Golan Heights with the intention of recovering the territory lost in the Six-Day War.
The battle of the Golan plain was one of the biggest battles between tanks in history, the Arabs launched their T54/55 and T-62 against the Israeli M-60 and Centurions, the result was an Israeli victory but with such huge losses that new political agreements had to be established to give balance and stability to the area.
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