By Mark Waid
The Avengers are dead--long dwell the Avengers! Earth's Mightiest Heroes--Captain the USA, Thor, imaginative and prescient, and Iron Man--are residing separate lives, now not tied to any team--but while a possibility from past the celebrities objectives our international, destiny attracts them jointly once again, along Nova, Ms. wonder, and Miles Morales a.k.a. Spider-Man!
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That said, Christians and Bedouin were allowed to volunteer, and indeed many of them chose to serve in the IDF. 20 In addition, girls of orthodox background were allowed to sign a declaration stating that military service was incompatible with their upbringing. 22 But then, as we have already noted, a ‘second round’ with the Arab world seemed certain, and the Israeli government felt obliged to make its first priority the buying of arms and equipping the IDF. Thus, in the period between March 1949 and December 1951, it procured some 216 planes, 21 tanks, 46 naval vessels, 19 armoured vehicles, 102 half tracks, 591 cannons, 23 torpedo boats, 403 heavy machine guns, 11 medium machine guns, 5,135 rifles, 7 subautomatic rifles and 3,453 pistols.
The root of this popular, though utterly erroneous, notion lay in the Israeli practice of referring to the potential of the Arabs rather than to the actual number of troops they put into the field. By confusing the issue, the Israeli leadership, in its war of words and attempts to gain the sympathy of the world and its own people, had for many years knowingly ignored the fact that ratios among adversaries do not merely reflect population ratios, and that a high degree of manpower mobilization can make up for the quantitative demographic inferiority of a small nation like Israel.
In fact in the early 1950s, Arab leaders were less concerned with their struggle with Israel than was reported at the time. 37 Nevertheless in the mid-1950s, policies taken by Egypt which had little to do with Israel were often seen by the Israelis as aimed at harming them. 38 At first this failed to make an impression on the Israelis, and Prime Minister Moshe Sharett did not even bother mentioning it in his personal diary, where he would record almost every event. 39 But soon the arms deal was causing considerable panic, with every paper in Israel running headlines such as ‘A time of danger, a time of opportunity’ and ‘Anything could now happen along Israel’s borders’.
All-New, All-Different Avengers 001 by Mark Waid