6th of October War
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli announced Thursday, October 7, as a public holiday on the occasion of the anniversary of the 6th of October War victory.
The idea was a turning point given it is only spoken with no alphabetics.
Sadat was born on August 29, 1933 to Egyptian surgeon Safwat Raouf and English music teacher Gladys Cotteril.
The branch was established 52 years ago.
The leaders included Defense Minister Mohamed Zaki, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Mohamed Farid, heads of the army’s main branches as well as other key commanders, officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers.
The exercises are carried out by units of the Central Military Zone in cooperation with main branches of the Egyptian Armed Forces.
The writer cited the information revealed by Egypt's chief of military intelligence and observation at the time in an interview that was published in his book.
The funeral was also attended by Minister of Defense and Military production Mohamed Zaki, Chief of Staff Mohamed Farid, as well as former and current commanders of the branches.
On October 14, 1973, Egypt downed 18 Israeli fighter jets in 53 minutes after targeting an Air Base near the city.
“Fragmentation and chaos achieve to others a victory without combat,” the president stipulated.
The president also saluted the souls of the martyrs.
Songs to make 6th of October victory alive forever
Shohoud said that Egypt had refused any peaceful solutions until it restored all of its territories via war.
The “creative chaos” led by the Muslim Brotherhood destroyed many Arab countries, the president said.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi attended on Thursday the 29th Educational Seminar of Armed forces, which is titled "October..Continuity of Generations.”
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Hakim, along with Mai Selim, will perform in a concert celebrating the 6th of October victory.
Al-Jasmi to perform in 6th of October anniversary concert
On the 44th anniversary of the 6th of October War, citizens shared their memories with Egypt Today, talking about glorious feelings after the victory.
Heliopolis Library will celebrate the 6th of October victory by exhibiting archived photographs under the name, “October War Memory,” on Saturday, October 7.