Egypt Foreign Ministry summons Israeli ambassador

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March 4, 2007 22:22

 
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Egypt's Foreign Ministry has summoned Israel's ambassador to Egypt, Shalom Cohen, following a Channel One report aired last week, Ruah Shaked (The Spirit of Shaked), which claimed that an Israeli unit killed 250 unarmed Egyptian prisoners of war in 1967. The ministry was responding to demands earlier in the day made by two Egyptian parliament members to remove the Israeli ambassador from Egyptian soil.

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