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Netanyahu was recalling the siege of the Cairo Embassy where six security officers were holed up behind a metal door in a safe room in the building, while a mob rampaged through the premises.
The Gaza based Islamist group did not specify the circumstances of the accident but vowed to continue building tunnels and carry out operations against Israel.
37 Islamists sentenced to death, while hundreds more handed life sentences, accused of preaching Jewish Talmud by court.
Demonstrators voice criticism of military, fear government is returning Egypt to Mubarak era repression.
Some Islamists have asked to open a dialogue with the military-backed Egyptian gov't, but army will likely continue with its crackdown on them.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
An Interior Ministry officer was shot outside his Cairo home three days after a curfew and state of emergency were lifted.
Islamists do not insist explicitly on Morsi reinstatement; call for release of detainees, freedom of protest.
By REUTERS AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Former president claims he was held at a naval base the day before he was formally ousted by military in July.
Project to attempt to boost Egyptian economy struggling with political turmoil since 2011.
Presidential elections to follow in early summer, FM Fahmy says, adding that Muslim Brotherhood's political arm can participate.
Residents of central Cairo are all too used to noisy, often violent demonstrations but Monday was a bit different: their former president was on trial.
By PETER SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
Egyptian TV shows first footage of ousted president; Morsi's interruptions prompt judge to adjourn trial.
Brotherhood vows to ignore security crackdown, continue protests.
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