You are right,so ios zionist fore ever reminding Aluf Benn's writing as though he has just arrived in Israel forgetting the passed and the fact now with Mubarak gone the future is not the same,for it will be chaotic before they settle their differences..that are also many imponderables.The army will try,but ultimately Egypt needs a decent leader (reminiscent of Sadat|) But where and how to find such a moral man under the the prevailing circumstances. You are quite correct Edifice the biggest uncertnity is with Egypt NOT with Israel.Having said this much can we really accuse BB of fright?Or was it the suddeness of the eruption.Truith to tell I do not think Israel should fear,Egypt.They are in one BIG shambles to overcome and it will take a very long time before they may,just MAY settle into an acommodation enabling to rebuilt what they lost. There has been a deafening silence from the rest of the Arab countries in the ME in particular Saudi Arabia,Gulf states, with the exception of the bully boy Assad,who thinks he is off the hook--I guess his dependance to Hezbollah may be the reason. Funny,should the moderates in Lebanon resort to protest against Hassan that beautiful country can return to its old glory. One thing at a time though..Odd that it began with Tunisia,and yet the insurrectionists are further than satisfied than hitherto.Anyone who thinks there will ever be democracy in the ME is nothing but delusions of grandeur..
47 killed in clashes between ISIS, Syrian rebels near Turkey border, monitor says (Reuters)
from the article: Mubarak's departure thwarted Israeli strike on Iran