What are the neighboring countries of Israel?
Lebanon and Syria to the north, Jordan to the east and south,
and Egypt (Sinai Peninsula) to the south west.
Lebanon Syria Jordan & Egypt.
On May 14, 1948, the last British troops pulled out of Palestine as prominent members of the future Israeli government, such as David Ben-Gurion, met in Tel Aviv to declare Israel as a brand new state. Shortly afterwards, armies from Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and other Arab royalist nations set out from their homelands to quash the new state. However, members of the Israeli Army were better trained than their opponents. In addition, the Arab…
1) In 1956, Israel attacked Egypt with the prompting of the United Kingdom and France. 2) In 1967, Israel attacked Egypt responding to an Egyptian blockade of Israel's southern port. All other wars that Israel has participated in have been brought about due to attacks on its land or its people first.
The only conflict IN Israel involves the differences of opinion and recommendation among adherents of the many political parties in the country. This is in marked contrast to the peace and quiet in all of the neighboring countries that surround Israel, where everyone is happy and all political differences have been worked out to the point of common agreement and common goals.