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#Egyptian Israeli

It was a Wednesday morning — 8 April, like today. Mothers packed their children's lunch and waved them off, teachers sat in class preparing lessons for the day, and children journeyed to another school day.  None of the villagers of Bahr Al-Baqar — an Egyptian village south of Port Said — could have predicted such a seemingly mundane day would forever scar their community; soon enough, it would be known by its inhabitants as Al Yom Al Eswed (The Black…