Chapter 5: The 1956 Suez War and the 1967 Six-Day War
Arab governments were prepared to accept Israel after the 1948 war.
Israel’s military strike in 1956 was unprovoked.
The United States’ blind support for Israel was apparent during the Suez War.
Arab governments recognized Israel after the Suez War.
Israel's military strike in 1967 was unprovoked.
Nasser had the right to close the Straits of Tiran to Israeli shipping.
The United States helped Israel defeat the Arabs in six days.
During the 1967 War, Israel deliberately attacked the USS Liberty.
Israel attacked Jordan to capture Jerusalem.
Israel did not have to fire the first shot in June 1967.
Israel expelled peaceful Arab villagers from the West Bank and prevented their return.