What are the Military war s in Israel?
There have been no military coups in Israel. However, most of Israel's Prime Ministers have been former military generals and war-heroes.
The motto of Military Police Corps - Israel - is 'Military Police - People First'.
Israel won the military-part of the Arab-Israeli War of 1956. However, because of US pressure, Israel was not allowed to hold onto any of its gains from the war.
It is the military campaign of Israel against Hizballah in Lebanon, waged in 2006.
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No. Nasser was a military leader in the army of Egypt, who became president when the military overthrew the Egyptian monarchy. He was president of Egypt at the time of 1967 war against Israel and openly incited violence against the State of Israel.
There have been no military coup in Israel
Passively. The Shah of Iran was an ally of Israel during the relevant period and made sure that Israel had sufficient petroleum to satisfy its military needs. However, the Shah did not extend and financial or military aid to Israel, seeking to maintain neutrality in the conflict.
You can guarantee it is a lot more than they tell everyone.
Many of the original post-World-War II population of Israel died in the defense of the new country during the 1948 so-called War of Independence, as did large numbers of the military forces of the armies that attacked Israel the day it became a country. There hasn't been any war "in Israel" since then.
Israel Military Industries was created in 1933.
Nasser never even went to Israel. Nasser was a military leader in the army of Egypt, who became president when the military overthrew the Egyptian monarchy. He was president of Egypt at the time of 1967 war against Israel and openly incited violence against the State of Israel.
Many smaller countries (including Israel) have mandatory drafts since they would never be able to assemble a large enough military force without a mandatory draft. Israel remains in a state of war with several Middle Eastern states and is dealing with internal strife because of the Palestinian situation, as a result Israel needs to be capable of a strong military defense.
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The Six Day War was fought by the military forces of Israel against Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. A number of Western powers supported Israel financially, diplomatically, or with military hardware such as France, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The Arab States were similarly supported by the Soviet Union.
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At present (early-to-mid 2014), there is no Lebanon vs Israel war. There hasn't been any military activity there for at least 8 years, and even when there was, although it took place on Lebanese territory, it was waged by outsiders who had set up shop there because it was a good place to attack Israel from, and it didn't involve the government or military forces of the country.
Not in this era, no. The proof that Israel has prevailed through all hostilities since 1948 is the plain fact that in 2012, the nation still exists.
A good deal of US military tech comes from Israel. So yes.
No. The United States and Israel are very close allies, engaging in a high level of commercial trade, military coordination, intelligence gathering, and diplomatic support. The United States is probably the last country on Earth that Israel would even consider declaring war on.
yes israel has a better military
No. Israel had no military activity in 1997.
Currently, Israel in a de jure state of war with numerous countries like Syria, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia. However, Israel's military is not engaged in any de facto wars. This means that Israel is at peace in the strictest sense, but not in the commonly-understood or most desirable sense.
When was the explosion of the IDF military headquarters in tire during the first Israel-Lebanon War?
YES. The two suicide bombings against the Israel Defense Forces' headquarters building in Tyre, Lebanon took place in 1982 and 1983, which was during Israel's intervention in the Lebanese Civil War. This intervention is commonly called the First Israel-Lebanon War in Pro-Israeli circles (in contrast to the War with Hezbollah in Lebanon in 2006, which is called the Second Israel-Lebanon War).
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Israel won the war in 1948. Since then, Israel has fought some controversial wars, but this one was a war of survival. If Israel had lost the war in 1948, there would have been no Israel afterward.
Israel has regional adversaries that have made it clear that they will destroy Israel as soon as they have the capability to do so. As a result, Israel needs to maintain a more powerful military to ward off such attacks.
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Israel and Hamas are not currently fighting anywhere. There are currently no Israeli military forces in Gaza and, as far as is known, no Hamas military forces in Israel.
If Iran did not use Nuclear weapon's then Israel would definitely win, it is the military power within the middle east, and has won all the Arab-Israeli wars so far. And Israel has the support of the EU and the United States.
[Answer by Someone Else] Jews are members of an ethnic group and in some cases, a religion. So the answer to that is no. Nor has there ever been a war attempting to propagate Judaism. Proselytizing is against the religion. But if you mean Israelis or the country of Israel, the answer is no, so far, all their military actions have been defensive ones. They have initiated military actions within their defensive actions though, but… Read More
No. The State of Israel has never had a civil war.
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The 1973 Arab-Israeli War was a war fought between Egypt and Syria against Israel. Arabs had been humiliated after the defeat in the Six Day War and were initially vindicated by early successes. They eventually lost due to poor logistical choices. Israel had to concede they could bank on continued military supremacy over the Arab states.
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If Israel Lost the War was created in 1969.
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He did nothing. He had promised to support Israel in the Six-Day War, but when Israel went to war, he then said that Israel was on its own.
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If Israel Lost the War has 253 pages.
Israel won the Arab-Israeli War.
There is no war between Gaza and Israel.
The War of Attrition was caused by Egyptian attempts to reverse the gains made by Israel in the Six-Day War without attacking in a forceful-enough-way to merit an Israeli military response.