I believed in the peace with Egypt, but the attitude of Egyptian people in this incident convinced me this peace will fail. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Israeli
    • 21.08.11 | 11:41 (IDT)

    Just the mere fact that terrorists entered from Egypt and killed Israeli civilians should have triggered an Israeli apology. Wouldn't Israel act like this in the reverse situation? Of course it would. The fact that not one Egyptian thinks that they have a responsibility concerning terrorists coming from there side, just shows you they hate Israel entirely. On top of that, it is not clear who killed those Egyptian soldiers maybe the terrorists. Also there's a chance Egyptian soldiers themselves killed our soldier. Putting all these together with the fact that terrorists came from Egyptian stronghold, and the spontaneous reaction of the Egyptians against Israeli embassy. All these together convinced me Egyptians want war. Sad for our children in the IDF, but better to look at the reality in the eyes. The reality will come whether we want it or not.

    from the article: Egypt deems Israel's apology for policemen deaths 'insufficient'
    First published 10:33 21.08.11 | Last updated 10:33 21.08.11
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