Miss Mabrouk of Egypt

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Sunday, October 30, 2005

Egypt Speaks Up About Iran's Blunder

Egypt's foreign minister became the first Arab government official to break the silence on Iran's anti-Israeli remarks. Amed Abul Gheit said the disappearance of a United Nations member state was never seen in history.

Perhaps it is two strikes in one move: I suppose we could say he is distancing Egypt from the call by Iran's president for Israel to be wiped off the map as much as from our own late president Nasser's call for Israel to be pushed into the sea in the sixties. Egypt was the first country to make peace with Israel in 1979.

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