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Robin Yassin-Kassab

The Revolution Takes On Zionism

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A few days ago a well-planned resistance operation killed eight Israelis. Israel has no idea who carried out the operation, except that they were probably Arabs, so it has responded in its usual way – by randomly murdering Arabs. Fifteen have been killed so far in the Gaza ghetto, and six Egyptian soldiers were killed when Zionist forces violated Egypt’s sovereign border. Before the revolution there was no response to this kind of arrogant aggression. This time the Zionist government has been forced to apologise to Egypt. That’s not enough, of course, so the Egyptian people have taken matters into their own hands. In this film, the Zionist flag falls in Cairo. This was last night. The demonstration outside the Zionist embassy continues today. People are firing fireworks at the occupied building.

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Written by Robin Yassin-Kassab

August 21, 2011 at 7:54 pm

Posted in Egypt, Zionism

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  1. [...] attacked is basically used for ferrying soldiers to and fro. In any case, a “terror attack” is not how most in the region see it. When your army targets civilians and your country has no borders, only [...]

  2. [...] attacked is basically used for ferrying soldiers to and fro. In any case, a “terror attack” is not how most in the region see it. When your army targets civilians and your country has no borders, only [...]

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