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Question 1: ________
Media coverage of the Arab–Israeli conflictIsrael–Jordan peace treatyHistory of the Arab–Israeli conflictArab–Israeli conflict

Question 2: The areas under Israeli control, as set by the agreements, encompassed about 78% of mandatory Palestine as it stood after the independence of Transjordan (now ________) in 1946.
Zulu KingdomJordanBarbadosSaint Helena

Question 3: The talks began on the Greek island of ________ on 12 January, and, shortly after their commencement, Israel agreed to the release of a besieged Egyptian brigade in Faluja.
RhodesTilosDodecaneseKos

Question 4: Jordanian forces remained in most positions held by them in the West Bank, particularly ________ which included the Old City.
Israel's unilateral disengagement planIsraeli–Palestinian conflictEast JerusalemProposals for a Palestinian state

Question 5: ________ announced that Egypt had finally consented to start talks with Israel on an armistice.
Jane AddamsCordell HullRalph BuncheNicholas Murray Butler

Question 6: After the ________ several Israeli leaders argued against turning the armistice lines into permanent borders on the grounds of Israeli security:
2006 Lebanon War1948 Arab–Israeli WarYom Kippur WarSix-Day War

Question 7: These lines held until the 1967 ________.
Six-Day War1948 Arab–Israeli War2006 Lebanon WarYom Kippur War

Question 8: Israel refused to attend the meetings of the ________ since 1951.
United Nations Truce Supervision OrganizationIsrael–Syria Mixed Armistice CommissionMixed Armistice CommissionsArab–Israeli conflict

Question 9: ________
Israeli–Palestinian conflictIsraeli peace camp1949 Armistice AgreementsPeace process in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Question 10: The discussion of complaints by the ________ during the year 1952 resulted in:
United Nations Truce Supervision OrganizationArab–Israeli conflictJordan–Israel Mixed Armistice CommissionMixed Armistice Commissions
















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