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Topic - Mustafa Sayid
"They have papers on us, they collect information on us, so it's only fair that we share information on them," he said.
Several Egyptian military policemen appeared and escorted the Israelis to safety but did not attempt to arrest any of the protesters, who then set about dumping files out the windows, he said.