Among the events include the deprivation of Egypt of the Sinai oil field revenues as well as those from the Suez Canal. There were increased subsidies from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait that Egypt was forced to seek to make up for the lost revenues. Another event was with Jordan that lost the West Bank, which, for a long time, was regarded as the most productive region in agriculture. At the same time, the conflict between the Arabs and Israel also saw Jordan lose its most precious tourist sites in both Jerusalem and Bethlehem. In as much as Syria also lost the Golan Heights, this did not affect is so much economically. However, the occupation of Israel of these put the Israeli forces within easy striking forces of Damascus. At the same time, there was a decimation of the Armed Forces of the Arab states as a result of the conflict. Egypt suffered a loss of over 12,000 men together with 80 per cent of its armor and air force. Syria also lost 2,500 of its men while the army from Jordan was put into temporary inaction fighting unit.
A lot of political and social changes came about as a result of the Arab-Israel conflict. Massive efforts and sacrifices were put in to realize a massive popular participation. Many people involved also felt disillusioned (pp.318). Other events such as the coup that saw the Syrian regime overthrown in November 1970 were also among those that transpired. This gave an opportunity to Hafiz al-Asad to start his long rule in Damascus.