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  • Ben-Gurion responded ambiguously, ignoring the occupation of Gaza and Aqaba, and stating that “we have never planned to annex the Sinai Desert.”

    Eisenhower 1956

  • But two senior military officials in the Sinai Desert, where the resort town is based, said they would refuse to move Mubarak, because they did not believe he was well enough to be transferred.

    Mubarak ordered to army hospital

  • Grazed by sniper fire during a mass prison break, Mr. Nofal, a senior military commander in the Gaza Strip's ruling Hamas movement, said he borrowed a cellphone to mobilize a network of Palestinian and Bedouin contacts who spirited him across the Sinai Desert and back home through a dirt tunnel under the border to a hero's welcome.

    After Mubarak, Israel Is Unsettled Over Hamas

  • Ben-Gurion responded ambiguously, ignoring the occupation of Gaza and Aqaba, and stating that “we have never planned to annex the Sinai Desert.”

    Eisenhower 1956

  • After a stalled day we travelled by bus across the Sinai Desert.

    Ian Murray: A Humanitarian Trip to Gaza

  • And then, a few hours later, he told the Israeli people in a radio broadcast, “None of us knows what the future of the Sinai Desert will be.”

    Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

  • And then, a few hours later, he told the Israeli people in a radio broadcast, “None of us knows what the future of the Sinai Desert will be.”

    Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

  • By alluding to the Jews 'wandering in the Sinai Desert after they escaped Pharaoh, Beck employs a rhetorical trope that is incredibly powerful for those who recognize the allusion.

    D. Michael Lindsay, Ph.D.: Glenn Beck, the Faithful, and the Second Coming

  • Egypt has given permission for a humanitarian Asian aid convoy to enter the Gaza Strip via a crossing in the Sinai Desert but prevented Iranian activists from passing.

    Egypt Bans Iranians From Gaza Aid Convoy

  • They drove convoys into the Western Desert, often under aerial bombardment, as well as from Egypt through the Sinai Desert to Haifa port.

    ATS and WAAF in World War II.

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