Arab–Israeli conflict was a series of wars between Israel-icon.png Israelcube and the Arabballs.


The conflict began in the context of British domination and division of the Arab world and the rise of Zionism and their presence in Palestine, tensions appeared because while Zionists wanted a state in the region the Arabs saw it as a threat of their soveirgnity under the lands they lived.

Following the tension between these political groups, UN-icon.png UNball split British Palestine-icon.png British Palestinecube into a Jewish and an Arab state, however, Arabs didn’t agree because they claimed it was an unfair division since they would be forced to leave lands that they were a majority, then Palestine-icon.png All-Palestine Governmentball was created.

All-Palestine Governmentball asked help from Jordan-icon.pngJordanball, Egypt-icon.png Egyptball, Syria-icon.pngSyriaball, and Lebanon-icon.pngLebanonball in order to remove Israel-icon.pngIsraelcube from the Arab lands, while Israelcube received funding of USA-icon.pngUSAball to assist in the war. The Arabballs lost and All-Palestine Governmentball had part of its clay conquered by Israelcube and others joined Egyptball and Jordanball.

After more fighting in 1967, Israelcube took over West Bankball and Gazaball from Jordanball and Egyptball, then in 1988 Palestine-icon.pngPalestineball was born as the reincarnation of All-Palestine Governmentball and claimed the old Arab territories, so Arabballs recognized his claim while Israelcube's friends recognize his claim.

Today, the situation is really unstable and it is possible that another war can happen. However Israelcube has much more friendly relations with Egyptball and Jordanball nowadays, and there has been a lot more conflict between Israelcube's enemies.


  • 1948 Arab-Israeli War - After Israelcube was born in 1948, the surrounding Arab countryballs hated him because saw the Zionist state as a stealer of Arab lands who expelled Arabs from there, but they all lost and Israelcube won all of it's current claimed territory except for West Bankball, Golanball, and Gazaball.
  • Reprisal operations - All-Palestine Governmentball launched raids against Israelcube from Egyptball and Jordanball in the context of retaking their Arab lands, so Israelcube launched operations to stop them.
  • Suez Crisis - After Egyptball nationalized the Suez Canal (a waterway that lots of countries used to ship supplies from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean) as a political act against the west and Israel, Israelcube joined UKball and Franceball to invade. Israelcube and its allies had a military victory, but Egyptball had a political victory and the international community recognized the right of Egypt under their canal and the countries that invaded it retreated afterward.
  • Six-Day War - After Jordanball, Syriaball, and Egyptball amassed weapons on Israelcube's border in an attempt of retaking Arab lands, Israelcube air struck them and took over West Bankball, Gazaball, Sinai Peninsulaball, and Golanball.
  • War of Attrition - Soviet-icon.png USSRball, and Cuba-icon.pngCubaball teamed up with Egyptball to try to force Israelcube to leave Sinaiball, they lost and Egyptball later signed a ceasefire with Israelcube in 1970. Jordanball teamed up with the PLOball to try to attack Israelcube on the eastern front, however later PLOball claimed Jordanball was a traitor of the Arab cause and a friend of the west, so they fell into a war against each other called Black September, and PLOball was kicked out into Lebanonball.
  • Palestinian insurgency in South Lebanon - PLOball went to the South part of Lebanonball's clay and continue to attack Israelcube as part of their war in the attempt of retaking lands, who launched Operation Spring of Youth in 1972 in response but was distracted by the Yom Kippur War.
  • Yom Kippur War - Egyptball and Syriaball, along with expeditionary forces from a number of countries including Algeriaball, Moroccoball, Iraqball, Saudi Arabiaball and Cubaball tried to reclaim the territory they lost in the Six Day War, but failed.
  • First South Lebanon conflict - Fed up with attacks by PLOball and its Lebanese allies, Israelcube invaded southern Lebanonball and drove out PLOball, with Free Lebanon Stateball taking over the region.
  • 1982 Lebanon War - As Lebanonball was having internal problems due to the complicated historical, political and religious context that Lebanonball is involved. PLOball and its allies in Lebanonball were almost winning the war, but Syriaball didn’t allow them and supported Lebanonball government to prevent an alliance between them and Israel and also in an attempt of ending the civil war and trying to restore peace in the country. However Syriaball entered in conflict with Lebanese Front, then Israelcube that was having problems with PLOball due to the long date war between them and Palestinian about land right invaded the south of Lebanonball and drove PLOball out completely, but the war continued since the Lebanese resistance hated Israelcube. Lebanonball government would eventually change and be sometimes pro Israel and sometimes pro Syria.
  • Second South Lebanon conflict - Israelcube continued present in Lebanonball and helping their allies Free Lebanon Stateball in Lebanonball and his successor South Lebanonball to fight the Lebanese resistance groups now allied with Syriaball that occupied Lebanonball in an attempt of restoring order in country that was split due to the civil war, then Hezbollahball turned into the main combatant of Israelcube occupation and influence. Israelcube and South Lebanonball fled as Hezbollahball and allies defeated them.
  • First Intifada - PLOball didn't have much military power left so it started riots in West Bankball and Gazaball, rebelling against Israelcube occupation.
  • Second Intifada - PLOball had sworn off violence by this time, but in 2000 Palestineball got angry at Israelcube for being around Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalemcube, so it started riots, Hamasball started to become active around this time.
  • Operation Summer Rains - After Israelcube got rid of all of its settlements in Gazaball, Hamasball took over and started launching rockets into Israelcube's clay continuing the Palestinian fight, until Israelcube sent tanks in and blew up Hamasball's houses.
  • 2006 Lebanon War - Hezbollahball kept attacking Israelcube do to Shebaa farms conflict and others since the group hates Israelcube and claims it is an illegal occupier, Israelcube eventually tried to stop Hezbollah activities and invaded South Lebanon again, but it didn’t help and Israelcube retreated from South Lebanon and both sides claimed victory.
  • Gaza War (2008-09) - Hamasball attacked Israelcube but was militarily defeated.
  • 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict - Hamasball continued fighting Israelcube due to the historical conflict and problems of the region. Then Israelcube invaded Gazaball, both sides claimed victory, Hamasball side repelled Israeli invasion and Israelcube said stopped Hamasball threat.


Work-icon.png Related templates Language-icon.png
War-Template-1.gif War-Template-1.gif ⚔ War, war never changes... ⚔ War-Template-2.gif War-Template-2.gif
Ancient/Classical (3000 BC - 500 AD) Trojan WarWarring States periodWars of Alexander the GreatPunic WarsSack of Rome
Medieval (500 AD - 1500 AD) Norman conquest of EnglandCrusades (First CrusadeFourth Crusade) • Mongol InvasionPolish-Lithuanian-Teutonic War (Battle of Grunwald) • Croatian-Bulgarian wars (Battle of the Bosnian Highlands) • Byzantine–Bulgarian warsByzantine-Ottoman Wars (Fall of Constantinople) • War of the BucketHundred Years War
Early modern (1500 AD - 1870 AD) American Indian Wars (Black Hawk War) • Kazakh-Dzungar WarsNine Years WarThree Hundred and Thirty Five Years' WarSeven Years WarAmerican Revolutionary WarBarbary Wars (First Barbary WarSecond Barbary WarThird Barbary War) • Napoleonic Wars (Peninsular WarSerbian RevolutionFrench Invasion of Russia) • Spanish American wars of independenceUruguayan Civil WarWar of 1812Anglo-Nepalese WarBlack WarOpium WarsAmerican Civil WarArauco WarAustro-Prussian WarFrench intervention in Mexico (Battle of Puebla) • Texas RevolutionMexican-American War (Battle of Mexico City (1847)) • Federal WarHispano-Moroccan WarParaguayan War
Contemporary (1870-2021)
Pre-World War I Era (1870 - 1913) Franco-Prussian WarBoxer RebellionBoer WarsFirst Sino-Japanese WarWar of the PacificThe Congo GenocideFirst Italo-Ethiopian WarAnglo-Zanzibar WarSpanish-American WarHerero and Namaqua GenocideRusso-Japanese WarMexican RevolutionItalo-Turkish WarFirst Balkan WarSecond Balkan War
World War I (1914 - 1918) Western FrontBattle of VerdunEastern FrontMiddle Eastern theatre (Arab RevoltGallipoli Campaign) • Balkans CampaignArmenian GenocideRussian RevolutionSomaliland Campaign
Interwar period (1918 - 1939) Russian Civil WarHungarian–Czechoslovak WarIrish War of IndependencePolish-Soviet War (Battle of Warsaw) • Irish Civil WarPacification of LibyaCristero WarHolodomorChaco WarColombia-Peru WarEmu WarSecond Italo-Ethiopian WarIncident at PetrichSpanish Civil WarTurkish War of Independence
World War II (1937/1939 - 1945) Second Sino-Japanese WarInvasion of PolandWinter WarBattle of the AtlanticWestern Front (Battle of FranceBattle of BritainD-DayOperation Market GardenBattle of the Bulge) • Mediterranean Front (North Africa CampaignItalian invasion of EgyptEcuadorian-Peruvian WarFirst Battle of El AlameinSecond Battle of El Alamein) • Allied invasion of SicilyItalian Civil WarBattle of Monte Cassino) • Eastern Front (Operation BarbarossaBattle of StalingradWarsaw UprisingPrague UprisingBattle of Berlin) • Pacific War (Attack on Pearl HarborBattle of DarwinBattle of MidwayBattle of Iwo JimaAtomic bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiSoviet-Japanese War)
Cold War (1945 - 1989) Chinese Civil WarGreek Civil WarCuban RevolutionIran crisis of 1946Paraguayan Civil War (1947)Malayan EmergencyArab–Israeli conflictKorean WarMau Mau UprisingEast German uprising of 1953Taiwan Strait CrisisAlgerian WarSudanese Civil WarsVietnam WarHungarian Revolution of 19561959 Tibetan uprisingCentral American crisis (Guatemalan Civil WarNicaraguan RevolutionSalvadoran Civil War) • Congo CrisisPortuguese Colonial WarNorth Yemen Civil WarCuban Missile CrisisRhodesian Bush WarDominican Civil WarIndo-Pakistani War of 1965South African Border WarWarsaw Pact invasion of CzechoslovakiaFootball WarBangladesh Liberation War1973 Chilean coup d'étatEthiopian Civil WarLebanese Civil WarAngolan Civil WarMozambican Civil WarOgaden WarIranian RevolutionChadian-Libyan conflictWestern Sahara conflict (Western Sahara War) • Cambodian-Vietnamese WarSoviet-Afghan WarInternal conflict in Peru (early days)Falklands WarUS invasion of GrenadaRevolutions of 1989
Post-Cold War (1989 - 2021) First Liberian Civil WarRwandan Civil War (Rwandan Genocide) • Gulf WarSierra Leone Civil WarYugoslav Wars (Ten-Day WarCroatian Homeland WarBosnian WarKosovo War2001 Insurgency in MacedoniaInsurgency in the Preševo Valley) • Algerian Civil WarTransnistria WarTajik Civil WarBurundian Civil WarZapatista UprisingFirst Chechen WarNepalese Civil WarFirst Congo WarSecond Congo WarSolomon Islands Civil WarSecond Liberian Civil WarSecond Chechen WarAfghan WarWar on TerrorFirst Ivorian Civil WarIraq WarRusso-Georgian WarBoko Haram insurgencySecond Ivorian Civil WarArab Spring (Libyan Civil War of 2011Syrian Civil WarYemeni Revolution) • Crisis in VenezuelaCAR civil warCold War II (War in Donbas2017–18 North Korea crisis) • Yemeni Civil War (2015-present)Kumanovo clashesNicaragua Protests (2018-present)10 August Romanian Protests2019-2020 Hong Kong protests2019 Chile Protests2020 Nagorno-Karabakh WarTigray Military Intervention2020-2021 Belarusian protests2021 storming of the United States Capitol2021 Russian Protests2021 Myanmar protests
Regional conflicts Rif WarInternal conflict in MyanmarArab–Israeli conflictColombian ConflictIndo-Pakistani WarsTaiwan Strait CrisisIran-Israel proxy conflictIran-Saudi Arabia proxy conflictKurdish-Turkish ConflictXinjiang ConflictBasque conflictInternal conflict in PeruMexican Drug WarSri Lankan Civil WarThe TroublesWestern Sahara conflictBougainville Civil WarTigray Military Intervention
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.