Mohammad Elassam, 22, of Tel Sheva was also charged with joining a Salafist organization.14:47 08.02.16 | 0 comments
Israel could, for example, demand the right to conduct aerial surveillance over an extent of the border region (and not simply watch from its side). It could call for joint Egyptian-Israeli patrols or at least an Israeli observer (so they could see if Egypt was taking its security responsibilities seriously). It could put an economic "price" on failure to deliver the contracted gas supplies, etc. In short, reopening the treaty shouldn't mean that Egypt gets all the leniencies.