Which Arab countries fought in the Arab-Israeli Wars?
Since there are a number of different Arab-Israeli Wars, there
are different belligerents in each of them. See the List
This list is not exhaustive.
Arab-Israeli War of 1947-1949
Neutral Name: Arab-Israeli War of 1948
Israeli Name: Israeli War of Independence
Arab Name: Nakba (Great Catastrophe)
Arab Belligerents: Palestinian Militant Groups (Holy War Army and the Arab Liberation Army), Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and regiments from Saudi Arabia and Yemen
Arab-Israeli War of 1956
Neutral Name: Suez Crisis
Israeli Name: Sinai War
Arab Name: The War of Tripartite Aggression
Arab Belligerents: Egypt, Palestinian Militant Groups (Fedayeen)
Arab-Israeli War of 1967
Neutral Name, Israeli Name, and Arab Name: Six-Day War
Arab Belligerents: Egypt, Jordan, and Syria
Arab-Israeli War of 1967-1970
Neutral Name, Israeli Name, and Arab Name: War of Attrition
Arab Belligerents: Egypt
Battle of Karameh of 1968
Neutral Name, Israeli Name, and Arab Name: Battle of Karameh
Arab Belligerents: Palestinian Liberation Organization and Jordan
Arab-Israeli War of 1973
Neutral Name: Arab-Israeli War of 1973
Israeli Name: Yom Kippur War
Arab Name: Ramadan War, October War
Arab Belligerents: Egypt and Syria
Lebanese Civil War 1975-1982 (Israeli involvement from 1981-1982)
Neutral Name: Lebanese Civil War
Israeli Name: First Lebanon War
Arab Name: Lebanese Civil War
Arab Belligerents: Lebanese Sunni Militias, Lebanese Shiite Militias, Syria, Palestinian Liberation Organization, Lebanese Christian Falangists (Israeli Allies)
Palestinian Intifadas (Uprisings) of 1987-1993 and 2000-2005
Neutral Name, Israeli Name, and Arab Name: First & Second Intifadas
Arab Belligerents: Palestinian Militant Groups (PLO, Hamas, al-Aqsa Martyrs, Islamic Jihad, etc.)
2006 Lebanon War
Neutral Name: 2006 Lebanon War, Israel-Hezbollah War
Israeli Name: Second Lebanon War, War with Hezbollah
Arab Name: July War, Israeli-Invasion of Lebanon
Arab Belligerents: Hezbollah
Gazan War of 2008-2009
Neutral Name: Gazan War of 2008-2009
Israeli Name: Operation Cast Lead
Arab Name: Gaza Massacre
Arab Belligerents: Hamas
Gazan War of 2012
Neutral Name: Gazan War of 2012
Israeli Name: Operation Pillar of Cloud/Pillar of Defense
Arab Name: Operation Stones of Shale
Arab Belligerents: Hamas
Gazan War of 2014
Neutral Name: Gazan War of 2014
Israeli Name: Operation Protective Edge
Arab Name: None known
Arab Belligerents: Hamas
What was a major reason from the Arab countries as to why Arab and Israeli armies fought several wars?
The major reason for this conflict was that arab countries wanted to destroy Israel -and go on wanting it until now. They´ve changed the methods- but not the goals
Arab countries that fought since 1948 in the Arab-Israeli wars: Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Yemen, Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Tunisia, Sudan, Kuwait (14/22)
World Wars were called World Wars because during the war, many countries joined and fought in the war. Most of the countries in the world fought. That is why they are called World Wars
Algeria (x2) Cuba (x2) Egypt (x6) Iraq (x3) Jordan (x5) Kuwait Lebanon (x3) Libya (x2) Morocco North Korea Palestine* (x9) Saudi Arabia (x2) Soviet Union (x2) Sudan Syria (x7) Tunisia (x2) United Kingdom Yemen This is a list of all countries Israel has fought against in a war and the number of wars included. Arab countries are bolded.
The US fought two wars with Britain and much later fought Germany two times.
Israel and Palestine.
Certainly, but the most recent was the Arab-Israeli War of 1973.
there are currently 31 wars being fought in 27 countries since 1994, i think your not right..
the peloponnesian wars were fought by Athens (with the little countries with them) and Sparta
These wars are known as World Wars because many countries of the world fought in the war
They helped fight all the Arab-Israeli wars, and there were 5 of them, and then they fought a civil war, so my estimate wll be about 6 wars.
Britain and China
united kingdom (uk)
Rome and Carthage
Israel has fought wars against Arab States on six occasions. These wars occurred from 1948-9, 1956, 1967, 1967-1970, 1973, and 1982.
Israel is a clear victor of ALL of the wars being fought.
Spain and the US.
If you are asking what countries fought in both wars, Great Britain, France, United States, Russia, Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Japan, Australia, Hungary, Italy, Montenegro, Serbia, Greece...this is I'm sure only a few of the many countries that fought in both WWI and WWII but it gives you a good idea of which countries fought in both wars.
The Crucades, the wars between Egypt and Israel, the Iraq War, the Current War on Afganistan.
france and great britian
they fought several countries but some of there most famous was the Punic wars between them and Carthage there were three wars
The cold war included no actual combat. It was fought with threats of nuclear warfare. Also fought with "proxy" wars. (Vietnam and Korea) The soviets supported North Korea, and the US supported South Korea. These were wars fought between the two countries through other countries.
The two western countries whose rivalry have caused several wars would be England and Germany. They have fought three major wars in the last 150 years.
Israel has been in wars because the Arab countries refuse to accept Israel as a valid country.
India And Pakistan
They fought wars and married the royal families of neighboring countries.
On May 15, 1948, the day after Israel's Declaration of Independence , five Arab Nations (Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq) declared war on Israel and they were assisted by armies sent from Saudi Arabia and Yemen. The Arab armies' inability to eliminate Israel resulted in following wars with a renewed attempt to remove Israel, all of which were unsuccessful.
1. Which 2 countries fought in the Opium Wars?
Some wars were called World Wars because they were fought with a variety of countries all around the world in different places. An example would be World War 1.
The four wars were fought by nations with completely opposing rationales for the wars. The Arab countries up to that point were consistently fighting wars with the intent to remove the State of Israel. Therefore, after each failure, they came to try again. When a country is completely opposed to the existence of another country, they will not try to negotiate with it to resolve the conflict because the other country will not concede their… Read More
Neither World War was against Jewish. Jews fought on both sides, with their respective countries in both World Wars.
The Chinese Vs. the Brits and French. See related link below.
the opium wars were fought over drugs (opium) they are made with poppy seeds the 2 countries wanted opium so they fought over it non of then got it Afghanistan got it
Only for the past 2,000 years. And yes it continues today. There have been several wars between Arab Nations and Israel. There are also Anti-Semitic Campaigns in Arab Countries and Anti-Arab Campaigns in Israel.
No wars were fought in Utah in 1860.
Iran and Persia are countries that are over 6000 years old. As a result, Iran has had innumerable wars fought on its territory and in defense of its people.
New Zealand has fought in most of the wars that Britain has fought in. including world Wars 1 and 2, and the Vietnam war.
Kashmir is the basic issue between the two countries. Because of this issue both countries have fought many wars.
The question as put is unanswerable. Firstly, there are no "Hebrews" today. There are Jews and there are Israelis (which are both two different things). Secondly, there are numerous Arab-Israeli Wars and the Arab-Israeli Conflict is still going on. However, Israelis have won every Arab-Israeli War fought so far.
China has fought 35 wars in total.
The three wars that were fought between Rome and Carthage were called the Punic Wars.
The Copper Wars (between miners and mine owners) and some of the Indian wars were fought in Idaho.
There have been four wars known as seven years wars: Europe, North America, Scandinavia and the Japanese/Korean war.
none of the world wars were litterally a world war, not all of the countries fought on both wars and the countries didnt fight everyone on each other in both wars, WW2 was classified as a war world because it splitted most of it [Europe and USA joined it too] into 2 groups that fought each other: Allies and Axis.
Rome and Carthage fought in the Punic Wars, but Rome won the war.
Rome fought the city of Carthage in the Punic Wars.
There were three wars fought between Rome and Carthage and they were called the Punic Wars.
Japan was the only Asian country that the US had fought in a declared war. Undeclared wars were fought against North Korea, North Vietnam , Cambodia , Laos and their ally, the Peoples' Republic of China.
It depends which war you are referring to. After wars countries usually have a form of government imposed upon them or one they have fought to achieve.