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Saturday, December 10, 2011


From Night Watch we have this overnight comment:
Egypt:  Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood (MB) said that the Egyptian parliament should review the country's peace treaty with Israel, according to a statement by MB Secretary-General Mahmoud Hussein.  Hussein denied reports that Egypt had reached an understanding with the United States and Israel over safeguarding the treaty.  Hussein said a long time has passed since the Camp David accords were signed, adding that the treaty is but one of many priorities for Egypt.  He also said Israel generally does not adhere to the treaty.

The MB also announced this week that an MB-led government would improve Egyptian ties with Iran.
So, if the treaty goes away, is that an indication that war is a possibility in the near future?

Perhaps equally interesting would be an answer to the question, does the MB understand the relative military power of Egypt and Israel and how an Arab-Israeli war would likely go?

Regards  —  Cliff

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nothing is forever....well...except marriage and taxation.