The Bahr el-Baqar massacre refers to a raid on 8 April 1970 by the Israeli air force on the Egyptian village of Bahr el-Baqar, south of Port Said, in the north-eastern governorate of Sharqiya.
The raid resulted in the destruction of a complete primary school of the school children and the death of 46 Egyptian children.
The attack was conducted by Israel air bombers F4 Phantom force Fighter II, at 9:20 am on Wednesday, April 8. 1970. Five bombs and two air-to-ground missiles hit the single-storey school, which consisted of three classrooms.