British Airways suspends flights to Cairo as “security precaution”
A British Airways statement said that all flights to the Egyptian capital were halted for seven days as a security precaution and to “review security arrangements.” The British Foreign Office earlier advised against all but essential travel by air to and from the Egyptian Sinai resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, following a terrorist alert.
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Israel should have kept Sharm el-Sheikh and most of sinai in order to build most of the concrete blocks there and not on good agricultural land of the sharon area.
what has that got to do with the article?
the egyptians won’t be very happy. but i think it’s just another step to cementing the security cooperation between israel, egypt, and the saudis.
If sinai was part of medinat israel, there wont be terrorists, but jewish cities.like ber sheva and big water pipes and big solar powered desalination plants
And somewhere there in safe distance the garbage of the big textile company would be set to rest harming nobody after hundreds of years.