Comments:Egypt lets 2000 pilgrims through Rafah
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i feel soory for isreal. think they go throw this every day
'No Religion in Politics and no Politics in Religion'
This was a phrase Sadat said. If Mubarak did propose that Egypt co-ordinate with Israel to return the pilgrims that would be wrong. Further when 450 or 500 pilgrims were taken to a entry point under Israeli control only 120 of them were allowed to enter. One woman was shot (and killed) and others were injured, which is unacceptable just like the death of three pilgrims who were being held in Egypt. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 01:48, 6 January 2008 (UTC)