A combination of pictures created on May 15, 2017 shows a file photo (top) taken on June 10, 1967 showing Israeli soldiers standing near a destroyed jeep in front of the Rivoli hotel on Salaheddin Street in Jerusalem; and another picture (bottom) showing the same view taken fifty years later on May 15, 2017. - The Arab-Israeli war of June 1967, or Six-Day War, radically changed the map of the Middle East.
Between June 5 and 10, Israel defeated Egypt, Jordan and Syria and occupied Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, east Jerusalem, and Syria's Golan Heights.
Although Israel has since withdrawn from Sinai and the Gaza Strip, the Golan Heights and east Jerusalem have been annexed and the West Bank remains occupied by the Jewish state. (Photo by Pierre GUILLAUD and Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP) (Photo by PIERRE GUILLAUD,AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP via Getty Images)