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For the first time, Samir Sabry reveals his meeting with Assaf Yagouri

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The Egyptian artist, Samir Sabry, conducted an interview with the Israeli prisoner, Assaf Yaguri, and then replaced him with the artist Samir Ghanem The Egyptian artist, Samir Sabry, conducted an interview with the Israeli prisoner, Assaf Yaguri, and then replaced him with the artist Samir Ghanem Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Vision Egypt News: - The Egyptian artist, Samir Sabry, revealed that he had met the Israeli, Assaf Yaghuri, who was captured during the October 1973 War between Egypt and Israel.

Samir Sabri was talking about his memories of the October War, while he was hosting the "evening dmc" program on the "dmc" channel.

Samir Sabri said: "Assaf Yajwi was a tank commander in the Israeli army, and he was captured, and it was arranged by the concerned authorities to visit me to his whereabouts, and the questions addressed to him were also prepared."

He added, "I sat in front of him with expressions telling him what you claimed about the 1967 Six Day War. We broke it in 6 hours."

He continued, "We recorded the meeting in some place, in the presence of an interpreter, and two days after the end of the recording, a decision was issued not to broadcast the conversation for any reason, after the announcement of my conduct of a dialogue with an Israeli prisoner."

Samir Sabry continued, “But I sought help from the artist Samir Ghanem and brought him the clothes of an Israeli soldier, and he actually appeared during the meeting, but from his back, and presented him as an Israeli prisoner, but without mentioning his name for security reasons, and we exchanged the conversation in Hebrew through words prepared by our colleague Enas Johar, but at the end of the meeting We revealed the identity of Samir Ghanem ».

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