Pentagon will sell millions of dollars in arms to Israel and Egypt

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August 25, 2007 01:36

 
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The Pentagon announced that it planned to sell weapons to Israel and Egypt, Israel Radio reported Friday night. Israel would buy 30 sea-to-sea missiles, 700 aerial missiles and airplane as well as ground transport fuel in a deal worth 650 million dollars. Egypt is expected to purchase 125 Abraham tanks valued at 850 million dollars.

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