Bron detailed that he saw around 150 Egyptian POWs being held at the El Arish airplane terminal where they were perched on the ground, thickly packed together with their hands hung on the back of their necks. Like clockwork, Bron composes, Israeli officers would escort an Egyptian POW from the gathering to a hearing led by two men in Israeli armed force outfits. At that point the man would be taken away, given a spade, and compelled to cause his own particular downfall.
I looked as (one) man burrowed a gap for around 15 minutes, Bron composed. Thereafter, the (Israeli military) policeman instructed him to discard the scoop, and after that one of them leveled a Uzi at him and shot two short blasts, each of three or four projectiles.
Bron says he saw in regards to ten such executions, until the grave was filled. At that point an Israeli Colonel debilitated him with a pistol, compelling him to leave the range.
Actually Israel energized and afterward exploited that war for some political, monetary, and regional reasons. To snatch these favorable circumstances, Israel assaulted on Syria and caught the Golan in the most recent days of the war.