The Position Of The Lebanese Newspaper Al-Anwar On The October War And Its Repercussions 1973-1974

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Ghaith Abdul Karim Kazem; Dr. Salih Jiewil Juweid


The October 1973 war was one of a series of Arab-Israeli wars, the preparation for it began after the setback of June 1967, and plans were made for it with high coordination from Egypt and Syria. It surprised the enemy on October 6, 1973, on the Day of Atonement for the Jews, with a simultaneous attack on Israel, the Egyptian forces were able to penetrate and control more than  From 17 km from the eastern bank of the Suez Canal, and on the other front, the Syrian forces were able to liberate some areas in the Golan Heights, and the war between the Arabs and (Israel) continued until October 22, 1973, when the Security Council issued Resolution 338, which was approved by Egypt and (Israel) and rejected by Syria.  It did not enter into force until the Security Council issued Resolution No. 339 and the arrival of the international forces on October 27, 1973, after which talks began between Egypt and Israel under American mediation, which culminated in the signing of the Agreement on Separation of Forces between Egypt and Israel at 101 km on January 18, 1974.  While the signing of the disengagement agreement on the Golan front between Syria and (Israel) was delayed until May 31, 1974, when it was signed by representatives of Syria and (Israel) in Geneva.                                                                                              

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