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Sisi says fight against terrorism as important as 1973 victory against Israel

Sisi commemorated on Friday the army’s victory against Israel on 10 Ramadan in 1973 by meeting with a number of senior army officials

Ahram Online , Friday 17 Jun 2016
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Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi commemorated on Friday the army’s 1973 victory against Israel on 10 Ramadan, adding that the current ongoing “efforts by the military in their fight against terrorism and the building of the modern Egyptian state” are as important as the 10 Ramadan victory.

El-Sisi, following Friday prayers in New Cairo’s El-Mosheer Tantawi Mosque, met with a number of senior army officials, saying that 10 Ramadan was the country’s “biggest military victory in modern history,” and that it would “remain a great day in our military and national history,” state news agency MENA reported.

The president also praised the army’s contribution in big developmental projects, along with the country’s ministries, to provide a good life for the Egyptian citizen.

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Saiid
18-06-2016 11:31pm
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Media gag on AO comments
The Supreme security BS council, hiding behind the prosecutor general issued a media gag order on all comments submitted to Ahram Online, especially those which are not favorable of his excellency General Sisi.
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zakki
18-06-2016 09:42pm
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which victory?
lies, lies, lies...
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Al
18-06-2016 02:08pm
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Still acts like an army general not a president!
"He praised the army’s contribution in big developmental projects, along with the country’s ministries, to provide a good life for the Egyptian citizen" ... good life? does he live in the same country!!
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THE EGYPTIAN
17-06-2016 07:38pm
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Egypt...EL SISI
.. FIGHT ALL THE WAY...NON STOP...UNTIL ALL THOSE BRAIN BACTERIAL PARASITES , ARE REDUCED TO ASHES....ALSO THE LONG BEARDED KNUCKLEHEADS IN SINAI..
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Alexander Grossberg
17-06-2016 07:12pm
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1973 Victory ?
Are you kidding me? Not one authoritative source in the world states that Egypt defeated Israel during 1973 sneak attack by Egypt during solemn Yom Kippur holidays in Israel. At the end of that war, Israel tanks were on the outskirts of Damascus, decisively beating Jordan and SURROUNDING EGYPTIAN ARMY 100 KM FROM CAIRO. What saved Egypt was a pressure placed on the US by USSR (Egypt's sponsor) to force Israel to agree to an immediate ceasefire and withdraw Israeli forces from Egypt to the previous positions in the Sinai. Why are Egyptians fool themselves?
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Al
19-06-2016 03:34pm
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Let’s get the facts straight
73 war produced the Peace in 79 between Egypt and Israel were Egypt got its land back, this is the most important thing. Egyptians may fool themselves and call it a victory and Israelis may fool themselves and think they (not the US) won the day! Now we have peace, let sleeping dogs lie.
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