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    • Peaceful_man
    • 28.10.10 | 17:32 (IST)

    Egypt became like a part of israel, and the Egyptian foreign minister became like a spokeman of the israel government, I think that if Egypt has a good intention and wants really to acheive the called "PEACE" in the region particulary between israel and palestine, they have simpely to see and learn from the past experiences with the governments of israel, that is to say, israel governments espacially those who support in a blind way the zionisme, never keep their promises so far, and this it's their nature without a doubt. To sum up, if the Egyptians want that the negociations became under way, it is like if they want to enter to a cirle and turn to infinty without acheiving any useful thing. Benjamin Netanyahu don't have the intentionto stop the constuction of that buildings which became like tumors, and Egypt knows that, indeed for Netanyahu this is the sirit of zionisme,

    from the article: 'Egypt trying to convince Abbas to resume peace talks with Israel'
    First published 12:17 28.10.10 | Last updated 12:17 28.10.10
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