Israeli Invasion

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Rail Transport In Egypt - History - Sinai
... swing bridge was completed in 1954 but the 1956 Israeli invasion of Sinai severed rail traffic across the canal for a third time ... As a result of the 1946–48 Israeli War of Independence and subsequent 1948 Arab-Israeli War the Palestine Railways main line was severed at the 1949 Armistice Line ... The 1956 Israeli invasion severed Sinai's rail link with the rest of Egypt was reconnected its rail link with Israel ...
South Lebanon Conflict (1982–2000) - Background - Israeli Invasion
... In 1982, the Israeli military began "Operation Peace for Galilee", a full scale invasion of Lebanese territory ... The invasion followed the 1978 Litani Operation, which gave Israel possession of the territory near the Israeli-Lebanese border ... This follow-up invasion attempted to weaken the PLO as a unified political and military force and eventually led to the withdrawal of PLO and Syrian forces from Lebanon ...
Lebanese Forces Militia (1976–90) - Under Bashir Gemayel 1976–1982 - Israeli Invasion
... Israeli forces eventually moved towards Beirut and laid siege to the city, aiming to reshape the Lebanese political landscape and force the PLO out of Lebanon ... David Kimche, the director general of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, few days earlier, “Please tell your people to be patient ...

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