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Israel has learned the lessons of past missions and become more dangerous.
Andrei Pshenichnikov was sentenced in 2013 for infiltrating illegally.
Le président égyptien voit grand pour son pays. Mais la menace terroriste compromet ses plans, tandis que l’Occident tarde à lui porter main-forte
Should Sisi’s reforms fail, the country could very well plunge into chaos.
By ZVI MAZEL
Some fear a repeat of the mass street protests that drove Sisi's two immediate predecessors from power.
By LIN NOUEIHED/REUTERS
Representatives of the million-strong Coptic community abroad, mainly to be found in the United States, protested and are still protesting, since Christians are still being deprived of basic rights.
One of the onlookers held up a bullet casing and accused the police of killing "poor" Egyptians. A crowd later smashed a police vehicle, photos on social media showed.
The Egyptian government stated that it decided to renounce sovereignty in the islands to the Kingdom following the work of a joint Egyptian-Saudi committee.
By MAAYAN GROISMAN
“They know they will have to respond. It is not pleasant, but that is the price it pays for its intervention in Syria.” former Israeli ambassador to Russia and Ukraine tells Post.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Security forces were combing the area in search of the suspects.
Egyptian expert to "Post": The Brotherhood will probably continue its long tradition of double-talk, speaking of democracy in English while emphasizing "jihad" in Arabic.
According to a senior security official Sisi told the meeting that he wanted more progress and that within six months he "didn't want to hear about any terrorism in Sinai."
Egypt's government faces an Islamist insurgency based in Sinai and growing discontent with what critics perceive as heavy handed security tactics.
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