Foreign Ministry sends warning to Israelis in Cairo

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January 27, 2011 13:36

 
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The Israeli Foreign Ministry has called on Israelis in Cairo to keep their distance from the demonstrations, Army Radio reports.

In a public address issued from the Foreign Ministry on Thursday, officials said; "Following the recommendations of the Counter-Terrorism Bureau, we recommend Israelis closely follow the events unfolding in the country, and to obey the Egyptian authorities on these matters."

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