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MB MP: Gov’t Exonerated Israel for Killing Egyptians
MB MP: Gov’t Exonerated Israel for Killing Egyptians
Mohamed Al-Adli (member of the MB parliamentary bloc) has submitted a query for the foreign minister regarding abandoning the rights of the three Egyptian soldiers killed at the hands of the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on the Egyptian- Palestinian borders.
Wednesday, May 14,2008 20:54
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Mohamed Al-Adli (member of the MB parliamentary bloc) has submitted a query for the foreign minister regarding abandoning the rights of the three Egyptian soldiers killed at the hands of the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on the Egyptian- Palestinian borders.

 

He inquired about the procedures taken by the ministry to restore their rights and defend Egypt’s borders against the violations of the IOF. He denounced that the ministry of foreign affairs has not taken any serious steps in that direction.

 

 

Egyptians’ anger erupted two years ago when an Israeli occupation tank shelled three Egyptian security personnel on the Rafah border. The Foreign Ministry only condemned the assault in a press release.

 

The murdered soldiers are Hani Ali Subhi (21 years), Amer Abu-Bakr Amer (22 years), and Mohamed Abdul-Fattah Ali (22 years.)

 


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