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Aswan Dam Documentary

 
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"the construction of the dam also had a major political effect. Lake Nasser is huge, and almost all of Egypt's population lives in the Nile valley. This means that if the dam were to be destroyed (for example, by an Israeli nuclear attack), the resulting flood would effectively destroy Egypt completely. It has been rumoured that during the Yom Kippur War the dam – heavily defended by flak – was paint-bombed by Israeli Air Force aircraft, and it has been further suggested that this was a major factor in Anwar Sadat's decision to make peace with Israel at Camp David. "
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O DON'T EXPECT anything good to come out of Egypt's "Revolution." Mohamed ElBaradei may be able to keep things under control for a few weeks but sooner or later he will prove too moderate and one of two other candidates will emerge -- either a Napoleonic military figure, à la Gamal Abdel-Nasser, or a Lenin-style party infiltrating the power centers of society -- i.e., the Muslim Brotherhood. Once united in this fashion, the new Egyptian leaders, be they secular or sacred, will follow the Napoleonic tradition and turn their turmoil outward. "Let's stop fighting amongst ourselves and go conquer Europe," Napoleon told the French Revolution. In Egypt and whatever other countries fall to the protest now sweeping the region, the cry will be "Let's stop fighting among ourselves and go conquer Israel."

Within a year, Israel will probably be facing a Hezbollah-led government in Lebanon, a revolutionary Egypt ready to scrap the legacy of Anwar Sadat (it was the Brotherhood, after all, that assassinated him), and possibly newly radicalized regimes in Syria and Jordan. The repeat of the 1967 and 1973 invasions would be a foregone conclusion, except for one thing -- Israel now has nuclear weapons. Nobody knows exactly how many but estimates it may be as many as 200 in Israel's arsenal -- certainly enough not to have to worry about a few misfires. They wouldn't have to be aimed at cities. Blowing up the Aswan Dam would essentially wipe the Egyptian economy off the map.
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O DON'T EXPECT anything good to come out of Egypt's "Revolution." Mohamed ElBaradei may be able to keep things under control for a few weeks but sooner or later he will prove too moderate and one of two other candidates will emerge -- either a Napoleonic military figure, à la Gamal Abdel-Nasser, or a Lenin-style party infiltrating the power centers of society -- i.e., the Muslim Brotherhood. Once united in this fashion, the new Egyptian leaders, be they secular or sacred, will follow the Napoleonic tradition and turn their turmoil outward. "Let's stop fighting amongst ourselves and go conquer Europe," Napoleon told the French Revolution. In Egypt and whatever other countries fall to the protest now sweeping the region, the cry will be "Let's stop fighting among ourselves and go conquer Israel."

Within a year, Israel will probably be facing a Hezbollah-led government in Lebanon, a revolutionary Egypt ready to scrap the legacy of Anwar Sadat (it was the Brotherhood, after all, that assassinated him), and possibly newly radicalized regimes in Syria and Jordan. The repeat of the 1967 and 1973 invasions would be a foregone conclusion, except for one thing -- Israel now has nuclear weapons. Nobody knows exactly how many but estimates it may be as many as 200 in Israel's arsenal -- certainly enough not to have to worry about a few misfires. They wouldn't have to be aimed at cities. Blowing up the Aswan Dam would essentially wipe the Egyptian economy off the map.
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The situation is totally doomed now...I see it as a matter of time till explodes..
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"the construction of the dam also had a major political effect. Lake Nasser is huge, and almost all of Egypt's population lives in the Nile valley. This means that if the dam were to be destroyed (for example, by an Israeli nuclear attack), the resulting flood would effectively destroy Egypt completely. It has been rumoured that during the Yom Kippur War the dam – heavily defended by flak – was paint-bombed by Israeli Air Force aircraft, and it has been further suggested that this was a major factor in Anwar Sadat's decision to make peace with Israel at Camp David. "
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Interesting story...never heard about the paint bombs.
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"the construction of the dam also had a major political effect. Lake Nasser is huge, and almost all of Egypt's population lives in the Nile valley. This means that if the dam were to be destroyed (for example, by an Israeli nuclear attack), the resulting flood would effectively destroy Egypt completely. It has been rumoured that during the Yom Kippur War the dam – heavily defended by flak – was paint-bombed by Israeli Air Force aircraft, and it has been further suggested that this was a major factor in Anwar Sadat's decision to make peace with Israel at Camp David. "
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Interesting story...never heard about the paint bombs.
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This is why Egypt will never fight Israel again - they are checkmate before even starting.
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