Six-Day War

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Noun1.Six-Day War - tension between Arabs and Israeli erupted into a brief war in June 1967Six-Day War - tension between Arabs and Israeli erupted into a brief war in June 1967; Israel emerged as a major power in the Middle East
Middle East, Mideast, Near East - the area around the eastern Mediterranean; from Turkey to northern Africa and eastward to Iran; the site of such ancient civilizations as Phoenicia and Babylon and Egypt and the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity and Islam; had continuous economic and political turmoil in the 20th century; "the Middle East is the cradle of Western civilization"
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Dalrymple doubted whether the previous frontiers were likely to constitute by themselves anything very secure and lasting if the Israelis were to withdraw to the 1967 ceasefire line.
Indeed, by unilaterally declaring a Palestinian state along the 1967 ceasefire line, Abbas would be putting into practice Israel's vision of "two states for two peoples.
Elements of a unilateral disengagement can be expected to be put in place beginning from the coming months, and would involve among other things (a) the erection of a physical barrier between the Israelis and the Palestinians along the 1967 ceasefire line between Israel and the West Bank, a barrier of the kind that exists between Israel and Jordan, and (b) the gradual downsizing of the Palestinian labour force that enters Israel every day to work.