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31.10.2014
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Test of Israel-Egypt relations ultimately boils down to Sinai


Israeli officials keep mum about regime change in Egypt • For Israel, a leadership made up of military generals, who understand the importance of preserving good relations with the U.S., is more approachable than a leadership with religious leanings.

Shlomo Cesana and Israel Hayom Staff

Egyptian military jets fly over Cairo as the head of Egypt's constitution court Adly Mansour is sworn in as the interim president July 4
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A member of the Egyptian military is greeted in support by a pedestrian in the district of Giza the morning after the first democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi was ousted from power and put under house arrest on July 4, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt
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Soldiers in Cairo as a new interim president is sworn in
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An Egyptian soldier on an armored personnel carrier in Cairo
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