EGYPT: Arafat snacks launched by private food firm
Privately held Egyptian firm Al-Jawhara Food Stuff has launched a line of snacks in the country emblazoned with the image of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. The crisps have been designed to raise money for the Palestinian people fighting the Intifada (uprising) against Israeli occupation, company executive Ali Ghoneim told Agence France-Presse yesterday [Sunday]: "It's a message to the children so that they become familiar with the Palestinian cause and the right of Palestinians to live in peace on their land."
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