Egyptians Attack Palestinians at Border

The Egyptian government needs to be changed. Seriously.

RAFAH, Egypt (Reuters) – An Egyptian border guard and a Palestinian youth were killed during border clashes between Hamas and Egyptian security forces on Sunday in turmoil triggered by Israel’s assault on Gaza.

An Egyptian security source said forces of the Palestinian Hamas group had also shot an Egyptian policeman in the leg.

The incidents took place near the main border crossing between Egypt and Gaza, where Egyptian riot police fired in the air to try to drive back Palestinians who had managed to penetrate the border wall.

The events are likely to aggravate tense relations between Hamas and the Egyptian government, which says that Hamas is largely to blame for the Israeli onslaught. Israeli air strikes have killed nearly 300 people in Gaza in two days.

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Why doesn’t American bring Democracy to Egypt? Oh wait, then they’ll elect a “terrorist” organization, which basically means any organization that is not in the best interest of the America. Egypt is worse than Israel.

10 Replies to “Egyptians Attack Palestinians at Border”

  1. Dude, change the title to Egypt or ‘Egypt Goverment’ as ‘Egyptians’ sounds like as if the people are doing it. When its the military at the orders of the despotic Government.

  2. I think it’s a little extreme to say Egypt is worse than Israel. Isrealis killed so many Muslims and the Egyptians were actually really helping the Palestinians many times such as when they would open their borders and thousands of Palestinians poured in. Do not forget that it was only Egypt among all the Arab countries that had fought Israel when it was first made and Israel had to retract much of the land it wanted.

  3. Salaam,

    Revenons-en au théâtre d’opération. L’aviation israélienne a préparé le terrain à une pénétration terrestre, laquelle ouvre la voie à des paramilitaires arabes. Selon nos informations, environ 10 000 hommes sont actuellement massés prés de Rafah. Entraînés en Égypte et en Jordanie, ils sont placés sous le commandement de l’ex-conseiller national de sécurité de Mahmoud Abbas, le général Mohammed Dahlan (l’homme qui organisa l’empoisonnement de Yasser Arafat pour le compte des Israéliens, selon des documents rendus publics il y a deux ans).

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