1967 Lines, very interesting, do you think they should be the pre-67 or the post-67?? Nope, you've got YOUR history wrong concerning '67...Syria had been shelling Northern Israel for months, as a softening up process for it's planned co-ordinated attack with Egypt on Israel...Nasser had been bellowing for months that he was going to attack and drive the Jews into the sea..Surely, you didn?t think Israel would stand passively by waiting for the attack. You really have an odd versions of history..In 1948, .Five Arab Armies invaded, not to protect, but to drive out the Jews after Israel declared independence and they stated their intentions many times..The Arabs leaders promised that the Palestinian arabs would return, to loot Jewish homes and possessions and that they would have more land than before?. The Arab armies had aircraft, cannon and armored vehicles at their disposal...Israel had but a minute portion of those weapons by comparison, very few machine guns ...So far you've condoned and justified every action that the Arabs have taken, which identifies you as a self-hating Jew..Now, I'm going to give you a little bit of easy research... Be good enough to GOOGLE, "TIMELINES ISRAEL ARAB CONFLICT", Wikipedia, Answers.com & Concise Britannica ALL have NEUTRAL versions of the sequence of events.. While you?re at it, justify the Arab attacks on Tel Hai in 1920, and the attacks on Hebron in 1929 & 1936, where they killed many jews, raped the women and forced the survivors to flee for their lives? You can also GOOGLE the facts on Hebron, while you?re at it? If you wish, I?ll send you the links to the information, though Wikipedia has quite a bit of date on the subject.. In your view, Israel is always at fault and the Arabs are absolved... Read history, stop making it up as you go along? Feel free to get back to me at any time, with valid facts and NEUTRAL resources which are verifiable..
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