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Re: Daniel Pipes response to "Your initial premise may not be true in many cases"

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Submitted by Ron (Israel), Aug 29, 2013 at 07:56

@Daniel Pipes

>That this was Sadat's motive is speculative.

Not to people who study the Yom Kipur war...

>And if it was in fact what he had in mind, perhaps that was the wrong approach.

The Yom Kipur war started a process ending with the signing of the Peace Accord that gave the Sinai to Egypt, which was the objective of Nasser and Sadat since 1967.06.12, so - based on this outcome - how was it the wrong approach?

Can you substantiate your claims?

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