Israeli-Arabs rejoice in solidarity with Egyptian people

February 12, 2011 20:32


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Over a thousand people marched in Nazareth on Saturday, in a demonstration to show support for the January 25th revolution in Egypt that brought the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak on Friday after 30 years in power.

During the march, participants waved Egyptian, Tunisian, and Palestinian flags, as well as a number of large photos of former Egyptian President Gamal Abdul-Nassar, who led the country during the 1956 Suez Crisis and the 1967 Six Day War against Israel, and was a major supporter of the concept of “Pan-Arabism”.

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