In the days before the June 1967 war, President Lyndon Johnson warned Israel against war, saying, “If you go it alone, you will be alone.” President Joe Biden issued a similar warning in March against Israel launching an offensive in Rafah, part of the Israeli campaign to destroy Hamas’ control of Gaza after the Oct. 7 terrorist attack killed 1,200 and took more than 240 hostages, most of whom are still being held. Despite such serious disagreements, the United States has remained steadfast in supporting Israeli security. How has that support evolved? What elements bind the two countries? On June 5, the 57th anniversary of the start of the 1967 war, a panel of distinguished Israeli and American experts joins moderator Dr. Ken Stein, the president of CIE and an Emory University emeritus professor of Middle East history, political science and Israel studies.