Saturday, April 21, 2012

Egyptian Re-assurances

Following a severe travel warning by Israel's anti-terror bureau issued to Israeli tourists, updated in light of information indicating terrorists stepped up efforts to attack Israeli tourists, 

 "South Sinai Governor Khaled Fouda said  Israel was "trying to spread panic with rumors and irresponsible statements" that have a negative effect on the area's robust tourist traffic".

Israeli tourists are safe and can travel in peace, he reassured the would-be tourists. 

No need for such anxiety. Because, as "South Sinai security chief Mahmoud Hefnawi added that Egyptian security forces were "escorting tourists from the moment they enter the district and until they leave. Security forces are present in all tourist attractions to ensure the visitors' safety."


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