The Six Day War: 40 Years On Six days of war between Israel and its Arab neighbors in June 1967 re-shaped the modern Middle East. The repercussions of the conflict continue to reverberate. To some, the Six Day War, or the June '67 War, as Arabs prefer to call it, never really ended.

Six Day War: Shaping the Modern Middle East

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Six Day War: The East Jerusalem Controversy

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Six Day War: Jerusalem, United in Theory

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Six Day War: Land Ownership Disputes Arise

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Six Day War: Legality of Settlements Debated

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