Israel holds emergency meetings on Egypt's mobile disruption
(MENAFN) Emergency meetings have been held between Israel's Minister of Communications, Ayoob Kara, and representatives of the country's mobile phone networks and the civic heads of southern communities to discuss the Egyptian army's allegedly deliberate disruption of the Israeli cell phone coverage, the Globe has reported.
The Israeli newspaper alleged that people living in southern Israel have not been able to make or receive phone calls or text messages for 20 days.
Although the Ministry of Communications in Israel has been trying its best to convince Tel Aviv to do something about the problem but neither the government nor the army shows any enthusiasm to do anything, so the attacks are continuing, according to the Globe.
"What Egypt is doing is deliberately harming Israeli sovereignty," said an Israeli source, "and Israel simply allows it without explaining to the Egyptians the serious nature of their actions."
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