2. An activist Indian leader
3. Israel added territory, including the Gaza Strip
4. I didn't have this one on my test but I know for sure 1-3 are correct!
OPEC began an oil embargo of the United States.
1- An effect of the Yom Kippur War was that it increased arms for the Israelis.
2- Jawaharlal Nehru would be considered an activist Indian leader.
3- The outcome of the Six-Day War is not correct in any of the given options.
1- The Yom Kippur War was a conflict waged by the coalition of Arab countries led by Egypt and Syria against Israel from October 6 to 25, 1973. With the exception of isolated attacks on Israeli territory on October 6 and 9, the actions during the war took place in Arab territory, especially in the Sinai and the Golan Heights. Egypt and Syria wanted to recover Sinai and the Golan Heights, respectively. Egyptian President Anwar Sadat also wanted to reopen the Suez Canal.
The Yom Kippur War was a conflict waged by the coalition of Arab countries led by Egypt and Syria against Israel from October 6 to 25, 1973. With the exception of isolated attacks on Israeli territory on October 6 and 9, the actions Military combat during the war took place in Arab territory, especially in the Sinai and the Golan Heights. Egypt and Syria wanted to recover Sinai and the Golan Heights, respectively. Egyptian President Anwar Sadat also wanted to reopen the Suez Canal.
The war had far-reaching consequences. The Arab world, which had been humiliated by the unbalanced defeat of the Egyptian-Syrian-Jordanian alliance in the Six-Day War, felt psychologically vindicated by the first successes in the conflict. In Israel, despite the impressive operational and tactical achievements on the battlefield, the war led to the recognition that there was no guarantee that it would always dominate militarily the Arab states, which initiated a process of modernization and reinforcement of its armed forces.
2- Sri Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was a prominent Indian nationalist and politician, standing out in the struggle for the independence of his country from the British Empire. He was leader of the moderate socialist wing of the Indian National Congress, and was also the first person to hold the post of prime minister of India, serving as such since independence, on August 15, 1947, until his death in 1964.
3- The Six Day War was a conflict between Israel and an Arab coalition formed by Egypt, Jordan, Iraq and Syria between June 5 and 10, 1967.
After the Egyptian demand to the UN that it withdrew almost immediately its forces of interposition in the Sinai, the deployment of Egyptian forces on the Israeli border and the blockade of the Straits of Tiran, Israel, fearing an imminent attack, launched a preemptive strike against the Egyptian Air Force. Jordan responded by attacking the Israeli cities of Jerusalem and Netanya. By the end of the war, Israel had conquered the Sinai Peninsula, the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights.
A) OPEC began an oil embargo of the United States.
The Yom Kippur War was fought between Israel and a coalition of Egypt and Syria and other Arab nations in an attempt to destroy Israel and declare it as an Arab state. War broke out from 6th to 25th of October 1973 and was the 4th Arab Israeli war. However, the Yom Kippur war could also be seen as an attempt by the Arabs to force the Americans and Russians to intervene. The conflict began with the Egyptian forces attacking Israeli troops after crossing the Suez. Syrian troops attacked Israeli forces overlooking the Golan heights. The Egyptians were feeling more confident as they were trained by Soviet war leaders and they also got arms and ammunition from them. The Arab Israeli war became one of the most engaging events during the cold war between the USA and the USSR.
Israel had captured Arabian territory during the six-day war, hoping to use it as a buffer zone between Egypt and Israel. The Egyptian and Syrian troops wanted to make surprise attacks on the Israeli army so that they would be defeated easily and would not have time to mobilize. The Egyptians tried to capture the Sinai Peninsula and the Golan heights, however, after some setbacks, the Israeli forces recaptured the Golan heights and defeated the Arab forces. Tired of the hostilities, Israeli and Egyptian leaders agreed to a peace agreement, which began with the Camp David agreements. The Israelis won the war, but their army suffered heavy losses and the costs of war were taking its toll on the fragile economy of the new state. Protests broke out, and the Jews showed an aversion to war, criticizing the government’s lack of preparation to meet the attacks. The Israeli prime minister Golda Meir resigned, and Menahem Begin took up the position. Tired of the USA’s interference in their political affairs, and their policy of helping out nations, the OPEC reacted by placing an embargo on oil supplies to Europe and the USA, which drastically increased oil prices, and petrol rationing was introduced after a long time.
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Chapter- The Middle East
Yom Kippur, Cold war, arms, ammunition, fragile economy, resignation, peace, OPEC, oil embargo, peace treaties, ceasefire.
An effect of the Yom Kippur War was increased arms for the Israelis.
The Yom Kippur War, also refered to as the 1973 Arab–Israeli War, was a war fought from October 6 to 25, 1973, by a coalition of Arab states led by Egypt and Syria against Israel.
The war initiated when the Arab coalition launched a coordinated surprise attack on Israeli positions, on Yom Kippur, the holiest day in Judaism, in an attempt to gain back territory lost to Israel during the third Arab-Israeli war-
An effect of the Yom Kippur War was.
Further U.S. support of Israel.
To understand this we need to analyze all the options.
Gola Meir died of lymphoma. So it is incorrect.
Syria and Israel didn't sign a peace agreement, they continued with tensions even in recent times.
The PLO didn't decrease its aggression against Israel. It continues nowadays.
The United States increased its support to Israel and compromised with them at a higher level to prevent future attacks from the Arab states. Because it was not the first time they were involved in wars and it was due to their vulnerability. After that war, U.S. military support increased considerably.
The correct answer is A. An effect of the Yom Kippur War was further U.S. support of Israel.
More than 45 years ago, on October 6, 1973, Egypt and Syria launched a military campaign to reclaim the territories lost against Israel six years earlier, in 1967. The countries fought for 19 days, until a UN resolution ended hostilities on October 25.
The attack was authorized by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and backed by Syrian President Hafez Al-Assad. Both tried to take revenge for the 1967 defeat. Sadat, in particular, wanted to reopen the Suez Canal and alleviate the economic problems of his country, but the lack of movement in the international community to enforce UN Resolution 242, which required Israel to withdraw from the territory occupied in the Six Day War, forced him to resort to military action.
The Egyptian and Syrian forces secured significant territorial gains and inflicted considerable damage to the Israeli army in the initial phase of the war. The situation became critical for the Israelis, as dozens of the country's warplanes were shot down and hundreds of tanks destroyed. For the first time in its 25-year history, Israel was on the defensive.
When the panic spread, Israeli leaders mobilized a quarter million reservists to stop their enemies. The United States, believing that Israel was on the verge of a military defeat, and fearing the supremacy of Russia through its ally Egypt, hastened to approve a military aid of 2,200 million dollars. The US Air Force and Navy launched an operation that allowed the weapons to be transported to Israel by air and by sea.
Thanks to the important American support, the imminent defeat was avoided in less than a week, when the armored divisions of Israel forced the Syrian troops of the Golan to withdraw as they advanced towards Syrian territory.
The Yom Kippur War demonstrated Israel that it would be supported by the United States regardless of conditions, thus the alliance between the two nations was strongly consolidated. For the United States, Israel represents an ally of vital importance in the Middle East, which was made explicit in the rapid support it provided to Israel in this conflict.
The correct answer is A. It increased the arms for the Israels.
Yom Kippur war was a war of coalition in the states of arabs which was against Israel and it was between Syria and Egypt.
T he war was in Golan and Sinai where most Israels had occupied. The reason why Egypt used military too stop the war was to negotiate on how to return Sinai and foothold which is found in Suez canal bank.
This war for Yom kippur occurred when muslims were on the holy month of Ramadan.
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