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Home International Two Israeli tourists, Egyptian guide, ‘shot dead in Alexandria’

Two Israeli tourists, Egyptian guide, ‘shot dead in Alexandria’

he Egyptian interior ministry has not provided any official comments on the incident.

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The Israeli foreign ministry reported that two Israelis and an Egyptian guide were shot dead in Alexandria, Egypt on Sunday.

The shooting incident occurred in the Sawari district of Alexandria, allegedly perpetrated by a policeman who now finds himself in custody, as disclosed by two Egyptian security sources who opted for anonymity.

Regrettably, one Egyptian individual suffered injuries during the shooting. This is the first attack on Israelis in Egypt in several decades. The Egyptian interior ministry has not provided any official comments on the incident.

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This event unfolded shortly after a prior attack on Israel by Hamas, triggering Israel’s pledge of “mighty vengeance” in response. Tragically, this ongoing violence has already claimed the lives of hundreds, casting a sombre shadow over the region.

One of the Egyptian sources offered insight into the policeman’s mindset, suggesting that he lost control and fired indiscriminately at the tourist group following some form of provocation. It’s worth noting that Egypt was the first Arab nation to normalise relations with Israel.

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