If, as you rightly pointed out, they existed at least from 1949 to 1967, then what's wrong with calling them the 67 borders? Surely it doesn't matter much, as long as it is clear what is being talked about? You could call them the "pre-6 Day War Borders", but that's a bit longer without bringing much benefit. The main thing is that they represent the internationally recognized borders of Israel, which might be expected to be an important matter to those who support the existence of Israel and want it to be recognized by others. In fact, calling those borders fake is dangerously close to those who talk about the "Zionist Entity" and do not accept its existence. Imagine what calling them fake would have sounded like at any time between '49 and '67!
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