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  • Friday ,25 December 2015
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Winning the respect of your enemy

Mina M. Azer

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Friday ,25 December 2015

Winning the respect of your enemy

Richard Nixon, President of the United States showed respect for the Egyptian soldiers who sacrificed their souls and fought well during the war of October 6th. This is still true until today as the Egyptian soldiers are well-appreciated.

This was clear when officer Mohamed Ayman decided to sacrifice his soul in order to save his colleagues in the battalion.  
 
He continues what Egyptian soldiers started 40 years ago. The grandparents fought and their grandchildren continue their hard work. They proved their bravery and steadfastness. Indeed, the Egyptian soldiers are willing to die in order to save their land and honor.
 
It’s amazing to gain the respect of your enemy, and be cursed by your own people who can’t appreciate your sacrifice that is well appreciated by your enemies. I’m talking here about the Muslim Brotherhood. 
 
I don’t know if they could find his dead body or his remnants just disappeared in the explosion. His death revealed the mighty love for his land. I wonder if the terrorist that killed him knew such love and the greatness of the Egyptian soldiers that welcome death for the sake of their homeland.
Winning the respect of your enemy 
 
Mina Malak
 
Richard Nixon, President of the United States showed respect for the Egyptian soldiers who sacrificed their souls and fought well during the war of October 6th. This is still true until today as the Egyptian soldiers are well-appreciated.
 
This was clear when officer Mohamed Ayman decided to sacrifice his soul in order to save his colleagues in the battalion.  
 
He continues what Egyptian soldiers started 40 years ago. The grandparents fought and their grandchildren continue their hard work. They proved their bravery and steadfastness. Indeed, the Egyptian soldiers are willing to die in order to save their land and honor.
 
It’s amazing to gain the respect of your enemy, and be cursed by your own people who can’t appreciate your sacrifice that is well appreciated by your enemies. I’m talking here about the Muslim Brotherhood. 
 
I don’t know if they could find his dead body or his remnants just disappeared in the explosion. His death revealed the mighty love for his land. I wonder if the terrorist that killed him knew such love and the greatness of the Egyptian soldiers that welcome death for the sake of their homeland.