Heroes of the destruction of Eilat harbor hosted by Mansoura University

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Mansoura University organized a symposium on Sunday, 27 October 2019, which hosted "Heroes of the Destruction of the Eilat Port" at the Conference Hall under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Ashraf Mohamed Abdel Baset Mahmoud Mohamed El Meligy - Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development


Prof. Dr. Mahmoud El-Meligi expressed his happiness to honor the heroes of the Eilat operation to the university and noted his contemplation for each of the June 1967 setback, during which he noticed the sadness of all those around him and the victory of October 1973, where the Egyptians lived difficult moments, which they exceeded patience and rally around the homeland, and refuted the claims of the skeptics in the victory of October 1973 To the success of the Egyptian armed forces to achieve the desired goal before the war, crossing the east bank of the Suez Canal and destroying the Bar-Lev line and incursion in the area of Sinai despite the unlimited US support for Israel.
Maj. Gen. Omar Ezz El-Din expressed his happiness to be present at Mansoura University.


Major General Nabil Abdel Wahab confirmed that the Egyptian navy is currently the first in the Middle East and the seventh in the world thanks to the continuous armament, adding that the navy played an important role after the setback of June 1967 in preparing for the victory of October by storming the port of Eilat 5 times, 3 of them successful and destroying the excavator Keating in Abidjan He pointed out that during the war of attrition, the Egyptian human frogs succeeded in targeting several Israeli naval sites successfully, while the Israeli human frogs did not succeed in targeting any Egyptian maritime site.
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