I take my info from Haaretz and don't go back now on every article I read in the last 10 days but I am reading right now an article in Haaretz from today by Raphael Israeli that may answer indirectly your claims .... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 03.02.11 | 10:52 (IST)

    It goes like this: ".... Added to all this are the peace agreements that Egypt and Jordan forged with Israel and the American umbrella that shelters all these illegitimate regimes. Both factors increase hatred of the regime among the masses, who, nourished by Islam, are readily disposed to accept the promises of blood, sweat and tears spouted by preachers who have waited in the wings for their moment of opportunity. These preachers have made a point of living modestly and showing concern for the plight of the masses, in contrast to the corrupt leaders who perpetuated their power partly due to support from the hated West. These are the enraged masses of Tunis, Cairo, Amman and other places ...." So, are you trying to tell us that ISRAEL AND THE USA ARE NOT A SUBJECT OF HATE OF THE EXTREMELY RELIGIOUS MUSLIMS OF EGYPT WHO INTEND TO DOMINATE THE NEW EGYPTIAN LEADERSHIP? Really?

    from the article: As an Israeli, I want the Egyptians to win
    First published 17:42 02.02.11 | Last updated 17:42 02.02.11
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