As Suez demonstrated, it was a lot easier to be tough on allies than on a potentially mortal adversary.
Chaos has also been reported in Alexandra, Port Said, Tanta, Mansoura, Sohag, and Suez.
But al Qaeda and Zawahiri know they have been bypassed in the streets of Cairo, Suez and Alexandria.
The last president to take a firm stand against Israel was Dwight Eisenhower over the Suez Crisis, says historian Kai Bird.
In early October 1973, campaign ads of the ruling Labor Party declared, "On the banks of the Suez, all is quiet."
His father had trusted him to bring the camel, and what would he say if he should arrive at Suez without it?
The isthmuses of Panama and Suez are in our way; we cut through them!
Suez stands in a desert place, where grows no herb of any kind.
How far off is the road to Suez, where you expect to meet Arden's men?
In the fall of 1869 General Halliday came back to Suez to live.
from Arabic as-suways, from Egyptian suan "beginning," in reference to the port at the head of the Red Sea. The modern Suez Canal opened in 1869.