Six-Day War
Date 5 to 10 June 1967
Location The Middle East
Result Israeli victory, with Israel capturing the Gaza Strip and the Sinai Peninsula from Egypt, the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) from Jordan, and the Golan Heights from Syria.
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The Six-Day War also known as the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, the Third Arab-Israeli War, Six Days' War, an‑Naksah (The Setback), or the June War, was fought between Israel and Arab neighbors Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. The nations of Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria also contributed troops and arms to the Arab forces.

Six-Day War in Alpha and Omega

Israel's victory in 1967 was on the minds of many people, as supernatural events heralded the End Times. Lester Stark believed that Revelation chapter 6, which described the first of Four Horsemen as a triumphant rider on a white horse, symbolized this accomplishment.[1]

Six-Day War in The Valley-Westside War

In one alternate visited by Crosstime Traffic, it was believed that an escalation in either the Vietnam War or the Six-Day War could have led to the Soviets launching a nuclear strike on the United States.


  1. Alpha and Omega, pgs. 68-70, hc.