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    • Jan
    • 17.03.07 | 10:55 (IST)

    In case the Egyptians also killed POW in the Six Day War, the difference at the moment between them and Israel is that the Israeli's were STUPID enough to make a documentary film about it while herewith more or less officially admitting to the alleged killings of Egyptian POW'S whereas the Egyptians from their side were smart enough to shut up about themselves. How on earth could the Israeli censorship allow for such a film to go public , are they completely stupid and ignorant to the political fall out on a subject like this. Like they don't have enough problems yet the way it is. Even if the killings are not true, the damage meanwhile is irreversably done. " When a fool drops a penny in the well, even ten wise people won't be able to get it out anymore ", specially when this fool happens to be an Israeli by chance. They are vulnerable enough to public criticism nowadays anyway.

    from the article: Dozens protest in Egypt against alleged Israeli killing of POWs in 1967 war
    First published 00:00 16.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.03.07
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