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The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
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The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)

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  • 1. The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
  • 2. The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh) This article discusses The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh). It was one of the major conflicts of Jerusalem. 
  • 3. Today, Jerusalem is at the center of a great political controversy which affects not only the Jewish people and the Muslims and Arabs in the region, but Christians as well thus engulfing a major part of the globe. The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
  • 4. The Crusades were launched in Jerusalem which lasted for nearly two hundred years. The primary objective of the series of Crusades was to recover the Holy Land from the growing influence of Islam. The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
  • 5. Conditions became relatively peaceful when the United Nations enforced a truce between Israel and the Arabs. The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
  • 6. The world superpowers became involved when the United States, Great Britain and France sided with Israel, while the Soviet Union backed the Arabs. The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
  • 7. The Israeli invasion along the canal also resulted in the capture of Gaza Strip and Sharm el Sheikh. The Sinai Campaign of 1956 (Operation Kadesh)
  • 8. Visit www.HilalPlaza.com To Get the “ Jerusalem is OURs” – The Centuries Old Christian, Islamic, and Jewish struggle for the "Holy Lands" E-BOOK

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