The Arab-Israeli war, or Arab-Israeli Conflict, normally refers to the conflict between Arab countries and Israel.
Arab-Israeli War may also refer to:
- 1947-1949 Palestine war, the first Arab-Israeli war, which comprised:
- Suez Crisis, the second Arab-Israeli war in 1956.
- Six-Day War, the third Arab-Israeli war in 1967.
- War of Attrition, a war between Israel and Egypt, the USSR, Jordan, Syria, and the PLO in 1967-1970.
- Yom Kippur War, the fourth Arab-Israeli in 1973.
- 1982 Lebanon War, an Israeli Defence Force (IDF) invasion of southern Lebanon in 1982-1985.
- 2006 Lebanon War, a military conflict in Lebanon, northern Israel and the Golan Heights.
Also Refer To
- 1978 South Lebanon conflict, an invasion of Lebanon up to the Litani River by the Israel Defence Forces.
- 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict, Israeli bombardment, Palestinian rocket attacks, and ground fighting.
- 2021 Israel-Palestine crisis, tensions in Jerusalem led to eleven days of fighting between Israel and Gazan militant groups
- First Intifada, a Palestinian uprising against the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories in 1987-1993.
- Gaza War (2008-2009), an armed conflict between Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and Israel.
- Israeli-Lebanese conflict.
- Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
- Operation Pillar of Defence, an IDF operation in the Gaza Strip in 2012.
- Palestinian insurgency in South Lebanon, a conflict initiated by Palestinian militants based in South Lebanon upon Israel in 1968-1982.
- Reprisal operations, military operations carried out by the IDF during the 1950s and 1960s.
- Second Intifada, a Palestinian uprising against Israeli occupation in 2000-2005.
- South Lebanon conflict (1985-2000), warfare involving IDF and its Lebanese proxy militias and Lebanese Muslim guerrillas in South Lebanon.