A national holiday marking Israel’s victory in the 1967 Six Day War and the unification of the capital after capture of the Old City, which had been under Jordanian control since 1948. The holiday is marked with memorials for fallen soldiers and a state ceremony. An annual “flag march” through the Old City’s Muslim Quarter has stirred controversy.
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