When Dayan strode into a mad mob on the Temple Mount

What a difference the years make.

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August 15, 2017 03:33
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Six Day War

Defense minister Moshe Dayan and chief of staff Yitzhak Rabin (second right) in the Old City of Jerusalem, June 7, 1967. (photo credit: GPO)

 
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