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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Great news: Bedouin smugglers control Egyptian towns closest to Gaza

Time Magazine reports that Bedouin smugglers opposed to the Mubarak regime now control the two Egyptian towns that are closest to the Gaza Strip. The towns are not named, but we have heard reports relating to both El Arish and Rafah over the past few days.
And a prominent Bedouin smuggler in the Sinai peninsula told TIME that Bedouin are now in control of the two towns closest to the Gaza Strip, and that they planned to press on to attack the Suez Canal if Mubarak does not step down. He also said that police stations in the south Sinai would be attacked if Bedouin prisoners were not released.
And in Israel, the IDF may not have a Chief of Staff in two weeks, because Defense Minister Barak's candidate for the position has been accused of perjury.

What could go wrong?

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At 1:58 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israel is without a military chief during a dangerous time in its history. Jews seem to think they live in Europe or North America rather than in the Middle East!

What could go wrong indeed

At 5:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, Jewish kleptomaniacs in Israel have acted like they thought they lived as protected overlords in Egypt. That hasn't worked out for Mubarak and didn't work out all that well for the Israelites in the past either.


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