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    • Ahmose The Egyptian
    • 19.03.07 | 03:38 (IST)

    I wouldn't be surprised to know that We (Egyptians) killed Israeli POWs in cold blood too. So basically, Israelis killed Egyptians POWs in cold blood in 67 and Egyptians Killed Israelis in cold blood in 73. I think we are going no where with the blame game here. What is the solution? shall we both ignore the crimes from both sides or shall we both investigate what happened in a joint investigation team? I'd prefer to form an investigation team that would include Egyptians, Israelis, and international specialists to look into the matter. Criminals must be punished regardless being Egyptians or Israelis. That way we deal with this matter once and for all.

    from the article: TV documentary: Egyptians killed captured IDF troops in 1973 war
    First published 00:00 18.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 18.03.07
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