Foreign News: Short Shrift in Egypt

Though the shooting war has ended, the nations that invaded Egypt were still mad at Nasser. Israeli Foreign Minister Golda Meir accused the Egyptian government of planning the wholesale expulsion of 30,000 Jews from Egypt. Two days later, Britain and France protested to the U.N. that large numbers of the nearly 20,000 French and British nationals in Egypt were being forced out of the country in a manner "reminiscent of the barbarous methods of mass deportation . . . which have been practiced in other countries."

In Cairo Nasser told TIME a different story. "At the beginning," said he, "British and French...

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