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    • Johann
    • 17.03.07 | 09:32 (IST)

    Dima (#5), I agree with you. This is the ultimate egyptian chutzpah. They would cancel their obligations under the Camp David treaty, but of course would want to keep Sinai. Now, check this one out! I recently met an egyptian here in San Francisco, who even denied that Israel gave back Sinai to egypt under the Camp David accord. According to him, egypt took back Sinai by force in 1973. I can't beleive how much nerves these guys have. There should be a complete halt to any so-called peace negotiations with any party unless the egyptians prove that they are worthy of a peace treaty. They have violated the Camp David accord on several accounts. As far as David Ehrlichmann's idea (#26) is concerned, there was no clause attached to the Camp David accord that would have made honoring that agreement contingent upon holding war crime trials. Further more, if you think Israel should hand over alleged war criminals to egypt for trials, may be you should also suggest (to be continued)

    from the article: Dozens protest in Egypt against alleged Israeli killing of POWs in 1967 war
    First published 00:00 16.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.03.07
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