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The disgraceful celebration in the square of the revolution on the banks of the Nile

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Israel held a big celebration in the Egyptian capital Cairo before the eyes and ears of the Egyptian government. The celebration was under the auspices of the security authorities, which sponsored the celebration and opened the invitation to the public. This was a celebration commemorating the 70th anniversary of the state of Israel! This is the same day of the Arab Nakba, when Israel raided the Palestinian territories, expelled its people, and established their so-called state. The celebration was held in the heart of Cairo, in a hotel located in Tahrir Square, the square that witnessed the greatest revolution in Egypt’s history, the January 25th Revolution. The hotel overlooks the Nile and is located next to the Arab League building, inaugurated in 1960 by the late President Gamal Abdel Nasser, who was opposed to Israel. The last Arab summit meetings during his rule in September 1970, which he had called for after the unfortunate Black September events between the PLO and Jordan, witnessed reconciliation between the two sides. This occurred in the last hours of Abdel Nasser’s life, as he died shortly after. In addition to this, the celebration was held just a few feet away from the statue of........

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