Sunday, October 6, 2013

From 40 Years ago

This post is dedicated to those men who against all odds astonished the whole world and changed the course of history once more.

I do not know how today will end but regardless of what happens, God bless this country and those heroes. May their sacrifices may not go in to vein.  

3 comments:

  1. Hate to say this but Egyptians lost the war in 1973.

    * Even in numbers there were way more Egyptian casualties than Israeli casualties.

    * Retrospectively also everything Israelis ever may have wanted from it became true: Todays Egyptian Armed Forces is more pro-Israel than ever. Egyptian economy is nowhere near gaining independence, and neither does it's civilian and military industry. Palestinians & Gaza is still under siege and Egyptian army only exacerbates the problem by working with Israelis to close off Gaza.

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  2. Why are you surprised about the demonstrations of members of el-ikhwan el-mugrimeen? Their leaders made it loud and clear that: Masr sakan mesh watan this is why they do not like the Egyptian army and therefore Oct 6
    Rabaa? No they care less about the death of their own followers because if they did then they should have ended that stupidity of el-I3tisam at Rabaa

    I just wanted to make clear they are called el-ikhwan el-mugrimeen

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  3. I would celebrate peace rather than war. War is death' suffering, destruction, for so many people.

    Anwar el-Sadat was braver doing peace, than doing war. The proof is simple, he was killed for doing peace.

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