Egyptian Court Rejects Creation of Egyptian-Israeli Friendship Organization

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A court in Egypt rejects the appeal of a movie producer hoping to create an Egyptian-Israeli friendship organization.

Despite the state of peace between the two nations, the court's ruling states:

"Egyptian society does not need a friendship association with Israel.

The Egyptian public and Arabs do not need such false friendships, as demonstrated by the attacks on the Palestinian people."

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