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Arabs at War

Military Effectiveness, 1948-1991 (Studies in War, Society, and the Militar)

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        StatementBison Books
        PublishersBison Books
        LC ClassificationsSeptember 1, 2004
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 82 p. :
        Number of Pages87
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100803287836

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Fearing a coup by the Irgun at the time the IDF was in the process of integrating various pre-independence political factionsBen-Gurion ordered that the arms be confiscated by force.

Kurzman, "Genesis 1948", 1970, p.

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[ ] Palmach tank leading a convoy Ben-Gurion invested with the responsibility to come up with a plan of offence whose timing was related to the foreseeable evacuation of British forces. If there is a lack of trust in that support, getting troops moving forward against dug-in defenders is possible only by officers getting out front Arabs at War leading, something that has not been a characteristic of Arab leadership.

"Jordan and 1948: the persistence of an official history. After Israel's independence, these clandestine arms manufacturing operations no longer had to be concealed, and were moved above ground. Another, more recent reason for animosity between Jewish and Muslim people concerns the land called Israel or Palestine. One tank that was disabled by Molotov cocktails and hand grenades still remains at the kibbutz.

Abdullah's role in this war became substantial.

Why Arabs Lose Wars :: Middle East Quarterly

Series Title: Responsibility: Kenneth M. From then on, the began engaging the Arab air forces in air-to-air combat. [ ] The Arab Legion was able to repel an Israeli attack on Latrun. The goal of the operation was to drive all remaining Egyptian forces from the Negev, destroying the Egyptian threat on Israel's southern communities and forcing the Egyptians into a ceasefire.

New York: Harper-Collins, 1990p. In particular, Saudi Arabia and Jordan, hitherto rivals due to the competing claims of their respective dynasties, cooperated closely in support of the royalist faction in the that had become a proxy war between Egypt and Saudi Arabia following the establishment of the Nasserist in 1962.

The book is certainly not for those with a very fleeting interest, being around 700 pages long but can also cover a lot of ground and be reasonably comprehensive as a result. The 'Alawi minority controls Syria, East Bankers control Jordan, Sunnis control Iraq, and Nejdis control Saudi Arabia. On 22 September 1948, the of Israel passed the Area of Jurisdiction and Powers Ordnance, 5708—1948.

and Alex Levac, Arabs at War 4 October 2013: 'In all the Arab villages in the south almost Arabs at War fought. The engagement ended when the Israelis realised the danger of their situation and disengaged, returning to Hatzor Airbase.

Israel's Wars: A History Since 1947. The spirit of mutual dialogue and peaceability in which this book is written is quite inspiring.