Sinai Liberation Day or the anniversary of the liberation of Sinai is the day of April 25 of each year, the day on which Egypt recovered the land of Sinai after the withdrawal of the last Israeli soldier, according to the Camp David Treaty. In which the entire land of Sinai was recovered except for the city of Taba, which was later recovered by international arbitration on 15 March 1989. This day is an official holiday for the official and Egyptian government departments. Sinai was liberated from the Israeli occupation in 1982 and completed the liberation when the former Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak raised the flag of Egypt on Taba last spot was liberated from the Egyptian land in 1989.