The Israeli army spokesman, Avichai Adraei, published a series of tweets on his Twitter account, on the occasion of the anniversary of the “October 1973 War,” which witnessed a confrontation between Egypt and Syria on the one hand, and Israel on the other.
Avichai Adraee said in his tweets: “On the holiest day of the year, the Day of Atonement, the IDF betrayed two simultaneous attacks on the Egyptian and Syrian fronts, in which the two attackers achieved some field achievements in the early stages, for the IDF to return and take matters into their own hands, turning things upside down on both sides. On both fronts, achieving a clear military victory on both fronts.
Adraei added: “The war of forgiveness, or the October war, began suddenly, and it was a surprise to leave more surprising repercussions.. This war opened the doors of peace, and turned the enemy into a friend and an essential partner in making peace in the region. be returned.”
He continued: “On this day, the sixth of October 1973, the Yom Kippur war took place, the fourth war between the Arab countries and Israel since the declaration of its independence in 1948, to be the last regular war, laying the first building block for peace.”
Adrei’s tweets sparked anger among the Egyptians, stressing that the Egyptian army had inflicted great defeats on the Israelis.