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Lita Anne Smith
Lita Anne Smith • 2 years ago

Had Israel had its way when the Six-Day War broke out 45 years ago, on June 5, 1967, there would have been no war with Jordan, Jerusalem might still be a divided city and the West Bank still under Arab sovereignty.

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